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Mom of student called 'germ' at school links bullying to Fukushima disaster

The mother of a fourth-year elementary school student in Niigata, who has been staying home from school since late November after being called “germ” by his peers and his teacher, spoke to the Mainichi Shimbun, saying that her son was bullied because he came from nuclear disaster-hit Fukushima Prefecture. 790 more words

Fukushima 2016

Mom of student called 'germ' at school links bullying to Fukushima disaster

The mother of a fourth-year elementary school student in Niigata, who has been staying home from school since late November after being called “germ” by his peers and his teacher, spoke to the Mainichi Shimbun, saying that her son was bullied because he came from nuclear disaster-hit Fukushima Prefecture. 791 more words

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School Bullyism Against Fukushima Evacuees Children

Fukushima evacuee hurt by teacher’s remark

Education authorities in Niigata City, north of Tokyo, have apologized after learning that a school teacher used a word that can mean “germ” to address a pupil. 904 more words

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School Bullyism Against Fukushima Evacuees Children

Fukushima evacuee hurt by teacher’s remark

Education authorities in Niigata City, north of Tokyo, have apologized after learning that a school teacher used a word that can mean “germ” to address a pupil. 904 more words

Fukushima 2016

12,000 evacuee households from Fukushima fret over benefit loss

Evacuees from the Fukushima nuclear disaster deliver a petition to politicians in Tokyo on Oct. 26 calling for the extension of free housing benefits.

Anxiety is spreading among many of the 12,000 or so households evacuated after the Fukushima nuclear disaster five years ago as their free housing benefits will end next March. 498 more words

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12,000 evacuee households from Fukushima fret over benefit loss

Evacuees from the Fukushima nuclear disaster deliver a petition to politicians in Tokyo on Oct. 26 calling for the extension of free housing benefits.

Anxiety is spreading among many of the 12,000 or so households evacuated after the Fukushima nuclear disaster five years ago as their free housing benefits will end next March. 498 more words

Fukushima 2016

How you can help the Tennessee wildfire evacuees

GATLINBURG, Tenn. (MEDIA GENERAL) – Monetary donations are the best way to help those affected by the wildfires in east Tennessee.

Thousands of people were evacuated from the Sevier County towns of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge overnight Monday. 173 more words

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