OSAKA — South Korean and Japanese antinuclear activists demonstrated in front of Kansai Electric Power Co. in central Osaka late Wednesday afternoon to protest the company’s involvement in shipping mixed plutonium-uranium fuel (MOX).

Hee Joung Son and Oh Sun Mi, representatives from the Korean Federation for Environmental Movements, which claims 50,000 members, were joined by about 20 Japanese activists from Kansai and Hiroshima.

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