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Japan Nuclear Emergency (2011)

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  • Developing world revives nuclear power prospects, but yet to commit

    LONDON (Reuters) - Developing nations are leading a revival of interest in nuclear power, say atomic plant builders, but orders remain elusive as more safety features post-Fukushima have inflated investment costs.
  • Japan PM's liberal newspaper critic is humbled by errors

    TOKYO (Reuters) - It was a rare role reversal for Japan's influential Asahi newspaper, which is known for exposing wrongdoing in high places, when its president stood before cameras to bow, apologise and pledge to restore his organisation's credibility....

    Japan observes atom bomb anniversary

    Tokyo (dpa) Japan marked the 69th anniversary of the US atomic bomb attack on the western city of Hiroshima on Wednesday, as tens of thousands people attended an annual ceremony. Participants including Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, survivors, their...

    Wild monkeys suffer low blood cell counts near Fukushima power plant

    Wild monkeys suffer low blood cell counts near Fukushima power plant
    Wild Japanese monkeys near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant have lower blood cell counts than similar monkeys who lived almost 200 miles away, according to biologists. In a paper published Thursday in Scientific Reports, researchers tested...

    Magnitude 6.8 quake, small tsunami hit east Japan

    A magnitude 6.8 earthquake hit off eastern Japan on Saturday morning, the Japan Meteorological Agency said, with minor tsunami of up to 20 cm but no reports of damage along the northeast coast that was ravaged by the catastrophic March 2011 tsunami. No...