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Tsunami disaster area radio station in Miyagi Pref. to go off air (2016/3/28)
Mainichi Daily News

Tsunami disaster area radio station in Miyagi Pref. to go off ...

ONAGAWA, Miyagi -- A temporary disaster-response radio station that has been providing local information for listeners since the month after the March 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake is to go off air at the end of this month. "Onagawa Saigai FM" ... Mainichi Daily News, 1 week ago

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Counter Currents

Extremely Cautionary Catastrophes: Fukushima And Chernobyl With phenomenal ingenuity and extreme folly, technically-advanced humanity has managed to conceive and implement a technology that has done much harm to life, and will do much greater harm to life, and that even threatens our ...
 Counter Currents3 days ago
Mainichi Daily News

Nuclear Watch: Electric power industry cold toward fast-breeder reactors (Pt. 57) (2016/1/4)

Makoto Yagi, chairman of the Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan (FEPC), has suggested the industry is reluctant to take over Monju, a trouble-plagued prototype fast-breeder nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture. "It's extremely difficult ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 week ago TOHOKU ELECTRIC POWER : Electricity Supply & Demand Report for FY2015  4 Traders1 month ago

Most municipalities hit by 2011 disasters see no need for emergency clause in Constitution (2016/4/30)

An overwhelming majority of municipal governments in Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures that were hard hit by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami and subsequent nuclear crisis do not see any need for an emergency response article ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 week ago

April's quakes cost Japan more than $6 billion

TOKYO - The economic impact of the earthquakes in southwestern Japan this April is estimated at 500 billion yen (S$6.86 billion), judging by sources including the government of hardest-hit Kumamoto Prefecture. Saturday marks a month since the ...
 Asiaone2 weeks ago

Preserving Okawa Elementary School is the right thing to do

FUKUOKA Last week, Ishinomaki City in Miyagi Prefecture decided to preserve Okawa Elementary School, where 74 students, 10 staff, a school bus driver and an unconfirmed number of local residents were killed by the massive tsunami that struck on ...
 Japan Times1 month ago

'Hearts are in pieces' five years after tsunami hits Japan

Japan on Friday mourned the thousands who lost their lives in a massive earthquake and tsunami five years ago that turned towns to matchwood and triggered the worlds worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl in 1986. The nine-magnitude quake struck offshore on a ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago ‘Hearts are in pieces’ five years after tsunami hits Japan  Asian Age2 months ago

Before & After: Revisiting the moment that knocked the world off its axis

On March 11, 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck at 2:46 PM Japanese Standard Time off the coast of Japan, unleashing enough seismic force to knock the entire world off its axis by more than six inches. The quake lasted six terrifying minutes, but the catastrophe was just beginning. Less than an hour later, the first tsunami waves hit the country's northeastern coastline. A deadly tidal surge 128 feet high rolled over the city of Miyako, traveling inland as far as six miles in Sendai, the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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