Japanese minister to quit over Fukushima comments

A Japanese cabinet minister is set to resign after saying it was better that the northeast of the country was hit by the 2011 earthquake and Fukushima nuclear disaster, and not Tokyo. Masahiro Imamura leads the reconstruction of the affected Tohoku region.
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