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How Japan has recovered from its fraught nuclear history

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Japan is the only country in the world to experience both the devastating effects of nuclear weapons and a nuclear plant meltdown. But TODAY’s Keir Simmons found a few bright spots in the dark history, such as Green Legacy Hiroshima, which keeps the community hopeful.