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Greenpeace reports jump in radioactive contamination in Fukushima waterways
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Fukushima banks hope to lure nuclear evacuees back by reopenin...

FUKUSHIMA Regional banks in Fukushima Prefecture are reopening outlets in radiation-contaminated areas to help lure residents back more than five years after the triple core meltdown at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant laid waste to the region in ... Japan Times, 5 hours ago
Greenpeace Reports Radiation in Fukushima Waters Latin American Herald Tribune, 2 days ago

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Prefecture's subsidies for residents near Fukushima No. 1 plant to run out next year

FUKUSHIMA Fukushima Prefecture's fund to provide subsidies to residents living near Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc.'s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant is expected to run out during fiscal 2017, sources said Tuesday. The prefectural ...
 Japan Times3 weeks ago Pacific Ocean radiation nears pre-Fukushima level  RTE Online2 weeks ago Retailer hopes to lift returning firms in Namie by tapping pipeline to Qvevri-made Georgian wine  Japan Times1 week ago A New Wave Against the Rock: New social movements in Japan since the Fukushima nuclear meltdown  Japan Focus3 weeks ago

Knife-wielding man injures 4 in Fukushima library

FUKUSHIMA — Police in Nihonmatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture, said Tuesday they have arrested a 34-year-old man on suspicion of attempted murder after he injured four people in a library with a knife. According to police, the incident occurred ...
 Japan Today5 days ago Fukushima 3/11 Breeds Cynicism  CounterPunch1 month ago
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Japan: Returning home after Fukushima nuclear disaster

Fukushima, Japan - This week, authorities lifted an evacuation order for nearly all parts of Minamisoma city, Fukushima prefecture, allowing more than 10,000 people to return to their homes for the first time since 2011's nuclear disaster. Tens of ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland6 days ago Returning home after Fukushima nuclear disaster  Energy Central5 days ago
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Music festivals in Tohoku to celebrate recovery

By Jin Kiyokawa / Yomiuri Shimbun Staff Writer Young people in Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures, which were devastated by the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011, have organized their own modest rock festivals. Most of the events will take ...
 The Japan News1 week ago

Democratic Party incumbent beats justice minister in Fukushima Pref. (2016/7/10)

Teruhiko Mashiko Democratic Party incumbent Teruhiko Mashiko secured a seat in the Fukushima Prefecture electorate in the House of Councillors election on July 10, defeating Justice Minister Mitsuhide Iwaki of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 week ago Cabinet duo loses; LDP out of Okinawa  The Japan News1 week ago Showdown in apathetic Fukushima finds justice minister scrambling for survival  Japan Times2 weeks ago Visit to Fukushima Prefecture[The Prime Minister in action]  Foreign Affairs.co.nz1 month ago
Mainichi Daily News

Evacuation order lifted for 10,000 residents of Minamisoma

FUKUSHIMA The government on Tuesday lifted the evacuation order for all but a tiny slice of Minamisoma, Fukushima Prefecture, allowing more than 10,000 people to return to homes that have been off-limits since the 2011 nuclear crisis. The city ...
 Japan Times1 week ago Nuclear disaster evacuation order covering 10,000 Minamisoma residents lifted (2016/7/12)  Mainichi Daily News1 week ago
Japan Times

Evacuation advisory to be lifted for most of Iitate, Fukushima, next March 31

FUKUSHIMA The central government has informed the municipal assembly of Iitate, Fukushima Prefecture, that it plans to lift the evacuation advisory for most of the village next March 31. Preparation work for the displaced residents to return to ...
 Japan Times1 month ago Evacuation order lifted for Kawauchi  The Japan News1 month ago Joban Line section in Fukushima Pref. reopens after 5 years  The Japan News1 week ago Evacuation advisory for Iitate to be lifted  The Japan News1 month ago
Reuters India

May miss as Japan's machinery orders 'stall'

main assembly line of V6 engines at Iwaki Plant of Japan's Nissan Motor in Iwaki, Fukushima prefecture, in April 2016. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly fell for a second straight month in May as the strong yen and weak demand weighed ...
 CNBC1 week ago Japan's June flash manufacturing PMI contracts for fourth straight month  Reuters India1 month ago Japans June flash manufacturing PMI contracts for fourth straight month  Reuters UK1 month ago Japan manufacturers mood hits three-year low as yen rise bites - Reuters Tankan  Reuters UK1 month ago
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Japan lifts evacuation orders in Fukushima affecting 10,000 people

The government on Tuesday further scaled down areas in Fukushima Prefecture subject to evacuation orders since the March 2011 nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi complex, enabling the return of more than 10,000 residents to the city of ...
 Japan Today1 week ago
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