Picture taken on March 28, 2017 shows a general view of Takahama nuclear power plant in Takahama town, Fukui prefecture.
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Abe has repeatedly said that resource-poor Japan, the world's third-largest economy, needs nuclear power and has pushed to get reactors back into operation despite public anxiety.In Tuesday's decision the Osaka High Court in western Japan struck down an injunction by a lower court that had forced the two reactors to shut down over safety concerns.At issue were the No. 3 and No. 4 reactors at the Takahama nuclear plant in Fukui prefecture, some 350 kilometers (215 miles) west of Tokyo.
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