Thai activists hold placards during a protest rally against Japanese decision to restart two reactors at Ohi nuclear power plant, in front of the Japanese Embassy in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, on June 15, 2012. Japan moved closer Thursday to restart nuclear reactors for the first time since last year’s earthquake and tsunami led to a nationwide shutdown after the governor of Fukui, the prefecture in which Ohi is located, gave his support to a plan to bring two of them back.

Thai activists hold placards during a protest rally against Japanese decision to restart two reactors at Ohi nuclear power plant, in front of the Japanese Embassy in Bangkok, capital of Thailand, on June 15, 2012. Japan moved closer Thursday to restart nuclear reactors for the first time since last year’s earthquake and tsunami led to a nationwide shutdown after the governor of Fukui, the prefecture in which Ohi is located, gave his support to a plan to bring two of them back.

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