Japan remembers the Tohoku disaster

Japan remembers the Tohoku disaster

People pause to mourn the victims of the disaster that ravaged Northeastern Japan on March 11, 2011.

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Fukushima disaster, 8 years on

Fukushima disaster, 8 years on

Nippon TV visits Fukushima Daiichi to view work on decommissioning the stricken nuclear plant almost eight years since t...

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US base reclamation to start

US base reclamation to start

The government plans to start landfill work for a new US base against fervent opposition by Okinawa Prefecture.

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Super stud to the rescue

Super stud to the rescue

Fukushima beef is making a comeback and hopes are high that a once-in-a-generation stud bull will help restore the prefe...

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No memory of tsunami report: ex-Tepco chairman

No memory of tsunami report: ex-Tepco chairman

The former chairman of Tokyo Electric says he doesn't recall a report on the risk of a tsunami presented three years bef...

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Tritium not the only radioactive material in Fukushima cooling water

Tritium not the only radioactive material in Fukushima cooling water

Japan's government is grappling with how to dispose of tainted water left over from cooling the meltdown-hit reactors at...

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Fukushima fuel removal hit by delay

Fukushima fuel removal hit by delay

Work to remove spent fuel from Japan's meltdown-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant will be greatly delayed.

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First hearing on Fukushima waste water plan

First hearing on Fukushima waste water plan

Public hearings open on how to dispose of tritium-laced water building up at the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant.

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New radiation camera to be used at Fukushima

New radiation camera to be used at Fukushima

Japan's atomic energy agency has a new camera that can capture areas of radioactive contamination inside the stricken Fu...

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Traditional Shinto fire festival resumed in Fukushima

Traditional Shinto fire festival resumed in Fukushima

A traditional fire festival in Fukushima resumes for the first time since the 2011 disaster.

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