Reuters 2014.04.28 13:38
By Michael Gold
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Police in Taiwan fired water cannons on Monday to
disperse hundreds of anti-nuclear protesters refusing to give up their
campaign despite a government pledge to halt work on the island's fourth
nuclear power plant.
The protesters had been occupying a main Taipei boulevard since Sunday,
demanding the government scrap plans to begin operation of Taiwan's nearly
completed fourth reactor.
DEMONSTRATOR, PROTESTER, FUKUSHIMA, TAIWAN, REACTOR, TAIPEI, TW, Japan