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2011 Manitoba flood evacuee still struggling to find a home

WINNIPEG – Three years after one of the worst floods in Manitoba’s history, nearly 2,000 people are still out of their homes.

“It does feel like a long time,” said Brian Anderson, who was forced from his Little Saskatchewan First Nation home during the 2011 flood. 147 more words

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Many Fukushima evacuees reluctant to return home in former no-entry zone

TAMURA, Fukushima Prefecture–One week after the central government lifted the evacuation order for an eastern strip of Tamura’s Miyakoji district, few houses in the area were lit up at night as many residents are still uncertain if it is safe for them to return home. 644 more words

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AID TO TALAINGOD LUMAD EVACUEES HAMPERED BY PDAF SCAM

BY ROGER M. BALANZA 

The Davao City Hall is restrained from extending financial aid to indigenous people (lumads) of the Ata-Manobo tribe of Talaingod who… 444 more words

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... AND THE SHOW MUST GO ON, as Evacuees return to Fukushima "hot zone" begins

THE SHOW MUST GO ON

To validate the ongoing “human experiment” on the children of Fukushima, taking place right before our own eyes, by the Japanese Government and the Nuclear mafia, residents are allowed to go back to Miyakoji area of Tamura (within the former no go zone) , a city 220 km northeast of Tokyo and inland from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear station (within the former no go zone, ) as of Monday.   614 more words

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Japan allows some evacuees back to nuke no-go zone -- TIME

” (TOKYO) — For the first time since Japan’s nuclear disaster three years ago, authorities are allowing residents to return to live in their homes within a tiny part of a 20-kilometer (12-mile) no-go zone around the Fukushima plant. 279 more words

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Creating the Future, Saving Our World?

Tennessee drivers: did you know you can do something as simple as putting a colorful, creative, and unique license plate on your car to support the arts across the entire state? 525 more words

Mt. Sinabung, Mt. Kelud Evacuees Face Hardships After Return

Apriadi Gunawan and Wahyoe Boediwardhana, The Jakarta Post, Karo, North Sumatra/Malang, East Java | Headlines | Tue, February 25 2014, 9:53 AM

Thousands of residents who have returned to their villages after being evacuated due to the eruptions of Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra and Mt. 613 more words

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