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Japan hit by 6.0 magnitude quake, no tsunami warning

6.0-magnitude earthquake hits Japan; no tsunami warning

Japan was hit by a strong earthquake for the second straight day today, though there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries, officials said. A shallow magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck off the coast of northern Japan today, 167 kilometres from Miyako ... Business Line, 1 week ago
Japan hit by 6.0 magnitude quake, no tsunami warning Business Standard, 1 week ago
6 magnitude quake hits Japan, no tsunami warning Business Standard, 1 week ago

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1st LD Writethru: M-5.5 quake hits Japan's Fukushima prefecture, no tsunami warning issued

Contributed by NAMPA / Xinhua. TOKYO, Aug. 15 (Xinhua) -- An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.5 struck Japan's Fukushima prefecture on Monday, Japan's weather agency said. The quake, registering 4 on the Japanese seismic scale which ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Magnitude 5.6 quake hits off northern Japan  Free Malaysia Today1 week ago Earthquake of 5.6 magnitude strikes Japan, no damage reported  Firstpost.com1 week ago Undersea Earthquake Struck Japan  Radio Wave1 week ago
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Tours in Tohoku let travelers learn about scars left by 2011 disaster

With five and a half years having passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake and ensuing tsunami, which devastated the Tohoku region, travel agencies and local organizations are continuing to host tours to the disaster stricken areas in a bid to ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 week ago
Nikkei Asian Review

The Wishes of the Heisei Emperor

Japan's Emperor Akihito (2nd R) and Empress Michiko (R) talk with evacuees from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, at Tokyo Budoh-kan, currently an evacuation shelter, in Tokyo, March 30, 2011 (Issei Kato/Reuters). On Monday,in a 10-minute video, ...
 NewsFlow242 weeks ago Uncertainty in Japan as emperor hints at abdication  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago Will Japanese let Emperor retire?  MyPaper.sg2 weeks ago Japanese emperor hints at wanting to abdicate in speech  Wire Update2 weeks ago
Deutsche Welle

Japan says ageing nuclear reactors can stay on line

Japan shut down dozens of reactors after tsunami on March 11, 2011 triggered meltdowns at the Fukushima AFP/PTI | Tokyo June 20, 2016 Last Updated at 15:13 IST Japanese regulators said, on Monday, that two ageing nuclear reactors can stay on line for up to 20 ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Japan reactor restarts in post-Fukushima nuclear push  Nuclear Power Daily1 week ago Japan is restarting a reactor at the site of one of the worst nuclear disasters in history  Business Insider2 weeks ago Japan reactor restarts, despite protests, boosting Tokyo's nuclear push  ABC Online2 weeks ago
DNA India

Earthquake shakes buildings in Tokyo, no danger of tsunami

TOKYO (Reuters) - An earthquake shook buildings in the Japanese capital on Monday, but there was no danger of a tsunami and no immediate reports of injuries or damage. The centre of the 5.5 magnitude earthquake was located under the sea on Japan's ...
 Sharenet1 week ago Japan wants Hong Kong to lift food export ban  Fresh Plaza2 weeks ago Japan urges Hong Kong to lift ban on food from areas near Fukushima plant  Japan Times2 weeks ago Japanese minister urges Hong Kong to lift ban on food from areas near Fukushima plant  Japan Today1 week ago
Japan Times

Disaster-hit regions count on Pokemon Go to draw tourists

TOKYO — Four prefectures in the northeast and southwest of Japan that were devastated by the earthquake and tsunami in 2011 or badly damaged by a major tremor in April are counting on the frenzy sparked by Pokemon Go to draw tourists to their ...
 Japan Today2 weeks ago Fukushima to use rare Pokemon to lure tourists back  World News Australia1 week ago Pokémon Go to Help Recovery of Areas in Japan Hit by 2011 Tsunami  Latin American Herald Tribune2 weeks ago Japan's disaster-hit regions look to 'Pokemon Go' to draw tourists  Japan Times2 weeks ago

5.2 magnitude earthquake jolts Japan

So far, no major damage or injuries were reported and no tsunami warning was issued
 Business Standard1 month ago Earthquake of magnitude five jolts Japan  Business Standard1 month ago

A 6.2 magnitude earthquake shakes Iwo Jima

No reports of tsunami A 6.2 magnitude earthquake shakes the Japan island of
 Nasdaq3 weeks ago 5.0-magnitute earthquake shakes Japan, no damage reported  Sify1 month ago Quake of magnitude 5.0 hits Tokyo and eastern Japan, no major damage  The Hindu1 month ago Tokyo jolted by third quake in four days  Rediff.com1 month ago

False smartphone alert of major quake leaves millions in Japan sweating

When a magnitude-9 quake hit Japan in 2011, the resulting tsunami devastated numerous towns along the country's north-eastern coast, killing more than 15,000 people in the process. It also caused multiple meltdowns at the Fukushima nuclear plant ...
 Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago Magnitude 5.0 quake jolts Japan's Ibaraki, no tsunami warning  Reuters1 month ago A Major Earthquake in the Pacific Northwest Just Got More Likely  CityLab2 weeks ago
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