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Virtual news blackout on Foua slaughter.

Pro-government captives being rescued from under terrorist siege aren’t as news-worthy.

This exchange of several thousand people under siege was always going to be difficult. The deal was brokered by Qatar and Iran, on behalf of each side. 364 more words

The Fukushima Evacuees Future

End of March 2017 the Japanese government pretends that the Fukushima disaster is over, ending the compensation and housing programs, forcing the evacuees to return to the… 429 more words

Fukushima 2017

The Fukushima Evacuees Future

End of March 2017 the Japanese government pretends that the Fukushima disaster is over, ending the compensation and housing programs, forcing the evacuees to return to the… 429 more words

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Reconstruction Minister Imamura not Sympathetic to Fukushima Evacuees

A map shows the latest status of restricted areas affected by radiation from the Fukushima nuclear plant as of March 6, 2017.

 

Japan’s Fukushima Cleanup Minister Says Refugees from Nuclear Radiation Are on their Own… 1,049 more words

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Reconstruction Minister Imamura not Sympathetic to Fukushima Evacuees

A map shows the latest status of restricted areas affected by radiation from the Fukushima nuclear plant as of March 6, 2017.

Japan’s Fukushima Cleanup Minister Says Refugees from Nuclear Radiation Are on their Own…

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Fukushima 2017

Opposition lawmakers slam reconstruction minister

Japan’s opposition parties are criticizing Reconstruction Minister Masahiro Imamura for remarks he made about evacuees from Fukushima Prefecture. He suggested they were responsible for their decision to abandon their homes following the nuclear accident in 2011 because they weren’t instructed to do so by the government. 257 more words

Fukushima 2017

Opposition lawmakers slam reconstruction minister

Japan’s opposition parties are criticizing Reconstruction Minister Masahiro Imamura for remarks he made about evacuees from Fukushima Prefecture. He suggested they were responsible for their decision to abandon their homes following the nuclear accident in 2011 because they weren’t instructed to do so by the government. 257 more words

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