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  1. 原発避難者訴訟 国の責任は否定されたが…最高裁判決文に異例の反対意見 三浦守裁判官が痛烈批判 via 東京新聞 June 27, 2022

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  2. <社説>核禁止条約会議閉幕 不参加は歴史的過ち via 琉球新報 June 27, 2022

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  3. 「若者が希望持てる判決を」 原発事故被災者愛媛訴訟の原告・渡部寛志さん via 東京新聞 June 27, 2022

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  4. 「ふるさと奪われ、なんでこんな仕打ちを…」 原発事故被災者千葉訴訟の原告・南原聖寿さん via 東京新聞 June 27, 2022

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  5. 「悔しいから、くじけなかった」 原発事故被災者群馬訴訟の原告・丹治杉江さん via 東京新聞 June 27, 2022

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  6. 「歩く風評被害」と言われても、私は逃げない 覚悟決めた原発事故被災者福島訴訟の中島孝原告団長via 東京新聞 June 26, 2022

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  7. プルトニウム、フランス側に譲渡 輸送・再処理350億円で契約 via Kyodo June 25, 2022

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  8. A Secret City With a Secret African American History via The New York Times June 22, 2022

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  9. 「内堀知事、みんなの海を守って!」県庁前スタンディング 2022年6月21日 June 22, 2022

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  10. 「知事は美しい海を守って」処理水を海洋放出しないよう求め福島県庁前で集会 via TBS News Dig June 21, 2022

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  11. Westinghouse lands in Ukraine to ink new nuclear deal via Beyond Nuclear International June 21, 2022

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  12. Extreme Torture via Beyond Nuclear International June 21, 2022

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  13. 原発事故で国の責任認めない判決 「実際の津波は試算された津波と規模異なる」避難者訴訟で最高裁が初判断 via 東京新聞 June 17, 2022

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  14. 「妻返してくれ」東電訴える福島の男性 原発事故が奪った最愛の時間 via 毎日新聞 June 1, 2022

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  15. Urging Support for the 311 Children’s Thyroid Cancer Trial via Citizen’s Nuclear Information Center May 31, 2022

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  16. 「これ以上待てない」 提訴10年半、「塩漬け裁判は全国に」 泊原発訴訟 via 朝日新聞 May 31, 2022

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  17. The next generation of small nuclear reactors will be big on producing radioactive waste via Chemistry World May 31, 2022

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  18. Nuclear dependence via Beyond Nuclear International May 30, 2022

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  19. 「子ども甲状腺がん裁判」 始まる~20代女性陳述「大学行きたかった」 via OurPlanet-TV May 30, 2022

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  20. Cancer patients forced to testify anonymously in Fukushima nuclear disaster case via The Telegraph May 29, 2022

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  21. 【傍聴記】311子ども甲状腺がん裁判 via ウネリウネら May 28, 2022

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  22. 311小児甲状腺がん損害賠償裁判はじまる/東京電力福島第一原発事故から11年 via 関西労働者安全センター/大阪 May 27, 2022

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  23. Cancer patients seek damages from Fukushima nuclear plant via AP May 27, 2022

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  24. Why not new nuclear power? via Mark Z. Jacobson May 26, 2022

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  25. 甲状腺がん手術4回「因果関係知りたい」 原発事故当時中2の男性 対東電訴訟、26日口頭弁論 via 東京新聞 May 26, 2022

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  26. Nuclear tragedy in the Marshall Islands via Bulletin of Atomic Scientists May 26, 2022

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  27. The U.S. Must Take Responsibility for Nuclear Fallout in the Marshall Islands via Scientific American May 26, 2022

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  28. 海に流しちゃっていいの?via FOE Japan May 25, 2022

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  29. ‘Atoms and Ashes,’ a Frightening Tour of Six Nuclear Accidents via The New York Times May 20, 2022

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  30. Offshore wind farm balancing German power grid seen as energy transition “milestone” via Clean Energy Wire May 20, 2022

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  31. Opposition Grows to Reviving Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant via Associated Press (Reader Supported News) May 19, 2022

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  32. 原発避難4訴訟が結審 最高裁、夏前にも統一判断へ 避難者「痛み、放置せず判断を」 via 東京新聞 May 18, 2022

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  33. 近づく海底トンネル着工 規制委が処理水の海洋放出計画を事実上認可 東電福島第一原発 via 東京新聞 May 18, 2022

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  34. US atomic bombs back in Britain? via Beyond Nuclear International May 17, 2022

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  35. EDITORIAL: Payouts for nuclear disaster in urgent need of revamp via The Asahi Shimbun May 15, 2022

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  36. Poisoned legacy: why the future of power can’t be nuclear via The Guardian May 14, 2022

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  37. 原発事故の国連報告者が訪日へ 9~10月、初の避難者調査 via 東京新聞 May 13, 2022

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  38. Holtec Commits to Not Discharging Contaminated Water into Cape Cod Bay via CapeCod.com May 12, 2022

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  39. Cape Cod Bay in the Crosshairs — Holtec’s Reactor Waste Water Threat via Counterpunch May 12, 2022

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  40. [Book review] Documenting the tragic aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster via Fukushima 311 Watchdogs May 10, 2022

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  41. Georgia nuclear plant’s cost now forecast to top $30 billion via News4Jax May 10, 2022

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  42. The poisoned environmental legacy of the ‘Nuclear Park’ via Culturico May 7, 2022

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  43. ‘Dodged a bullet’: how whistleblowers averted a second US nuclear disaster via The Guardian.com May 7, 2022

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  44. Japan Says It Needs Nuclear Power. Can Host Towns Ever Trust It Again? via the New York Times May 6, 2022

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  45. Three myths about renewable energy and the grid, debunked via Beyond Nuclear International May 6, 2022

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  46. US nuclear power: Status, prospects, and climate implications via The Electricity Journal May 6, 2022

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  47. 「原発が狙われる」と独り訴えた福井県原子力委員が辞めた理由 via 毎日新聞 May 5, 2022

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  48. Why the Debate Over Russian Uranium Worries U.S. Tribal Nations via New York Times May 4, 2022

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  49. オンライン講演 「福島・甲状腺がんを発症した若者たちの訴え via チェルノブイリ子ども基金 May 4, 2022

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  50. 小さな字がびっしり、これで読める?意見と回答で全く同じ文章も 東電が「処理水」意見への回答公表 via 東京新聞 April 28, 2022

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  51. Nuclear Power Could Help Europe Cut Its Russia Ties, but Not for Years via New York Times April 28, 2022

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  52. 「国の責任」判断へ〜最高裁で3度目の弁論 via OurPlanet-TV April 28, 2022

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  53. Unpublished Data Show High Concentrations of Iodine-132 in Foods after the Nuclear Accident—Fukushima Prefecture via OurPlanet-TV April 28, 2022

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  54. Statement of Protest via Steering Committee, Organizing Committee of the World Conference against A and H April 28, 2022

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  55. Take uranium contamination off our land, Navajos urge federal nuclear officials via New Mexico In Depth April 27, 2022

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  56. Nuclear empire building: New bill would fund dangerous nuclear extravaganza via Beyond Nuclear International April 25, 2022

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  57. Playing with fire at Chornobyl via Beyond Nuclear International April 24, 2022

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  58. 遠隔ではなく「人が作業」と東電が訂正 落下リスクある汚染配管をロープで固定 福島第一原発 via 東京新聞 April 21, 2022

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  59. 東電に6540万円の賠償命令、国への請求は棄却 福島原発避難者訴訟、さいたま地裁判決 via 東京新聞 April 21, 2022

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  60. 切れかけの汚染配管をワイヤロープで固定 地震で切れ落ちて垂れ下がる恐れ 東電福島第一原発via 東京新聞 April 21, 2022

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  61. 採取されると不都合なのか。福一原発処理水を1km先の海に放出する謎 via MAG2NEWS April 20, 2022

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  62. 核のごみ、町を静かに分断 北海道・寿都 最終処分地巡りあつれき via 河北新報 April 18, 2022

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  63. Nuclear weapons monitors demand environmental review of new bomb production plans via Beyond Nuclear International April 18, 2022

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  64. A jilted Diablo Canyon contractor accuses PG&E of ‘reprehensible act.’ Is it sour grapes? via The Tribune April 16, 2022

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  65. Worker Lockout Is New Worry at Nuclear Plant via The Provincetown Independent April 15, 2022

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  66. 素手で放射性物質 ロシア兵、チェルノブイリで相当量の被ばくかvia 毎日新聞 April 13, 2022

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  67. When speaking for peace will get you jailed via Beyond Nuclear International April 13, 2022

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  68. Inside Chernobyl: We stole Russian fuel to prevent catastrophe via BBC April 13, 2022

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  69. Can We Contain Nuclear Crises? Interview with Environmental Historian Kate Brown via Science for the People April 7, 2022

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  70. 「核兵器のむごさが伝わっていない」政治家の相次ぐ発言で揺らぐ非核三原則に、焦る被爆者 via 47NEWS April 6, 2022

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  71. Why is the UK government backing nuclear power when onshore wind is so much better? via The Guardian April 6, 2022

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  72. Half of Ukraine’s renewable energy facilities threatened with destruction via Beyond Nuclear International April 4, 2022

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  73. Nuking their own via Beyond Nuclear International April 4, 2022

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  74. This Is What It’s Like to Witness a Nuclear Explosion via New York Times April 2, 2022

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  75. 福島の小児甲状腺がんで高い再手術割合〜民間団体公表 via OurPlanet-TV March 30, 2022

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  76. 2045年にどこへ?原発事故で発生した汚染土 福島・中間貯蔵施設の現在地 via 東京新聞 March 28, 2022

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  77. One thing nuclear power plants weren’t built to survive: War via Washington Post March 27, 2022

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  78. Testimonies of Japanese fishermen affected by nuclear testing in the Pacific via Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World March 26, 2022

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  79. A Message from Ms. Setsuko Shimomoto下本節子さん証言via Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World March 26, 2022

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  80. The Russian takeover of the defunct Chernobyl site challenges the ‘peaceful, safe and sustainable’ branding of nuclear energy via The Conversation March 24, 2022

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  81. 福島第一原発事故当時中学生だった避難者のスピーチが実現・Speech by an evacuee who was a junior high school student at the time of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant disaster. March 23, 2022

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  82. Editorial: Ruling pressures Japan to set proper damages for Fukushima nuclear disaster via The Mainichi March 23, 2022

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  83. 国の責任、夏までに統一判断へ 東電賠償初確定、計14億円―原発避難者3訴訟・最高裁 via JIJI.com March 23, 2022

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  84. 東電、11億円賠償確定 双葉町など避難者3訴訟―最高裁via JIJI.com March 23, 2022

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  85. <社説>3・11から11年 避難者の人権は画餅か via 東京新聞 March 23, 2022

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  86. Forest fires erupt around Chernobyl nuclear plant in Ukraine via The Guardian March 23, 2022

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  87. A “no-fly zone” does not becalm the skies via Beyond Nuclear International March 22, 2022

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  88. 放射性廃棄物入ったコンテナ崩れる 福島第1原発、保管方法の課題浮かぶ via 河北新報 March 20, 2022

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  89. Quakes halt coolant pumps at 2 nuclear plants in Fukushima via Asahi Shimbun March 18, 2022

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  90. 維新、テロ対策完了前の原発再稼働を要求 関電の3原発を例示 via 朝日デジタル March 16, 2022

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  91. Years without forestry education as Fukushima decontamination falls short via Japan Times March 16, 2022

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  92. Ukrainians took to the streets to avert a nuclear disaster. Will Americans do the same? via Waging Nonviolence March 15, 2022

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  93. March 14, 2022

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  94. A fight for homeland: ‘From Hiroshima to Fukushima’ illustrates the history of nuclear desecration via Beyond Nuclear International March 14, 2022

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  95. What nuclear energy has to do with nuclear war via Newsroom March 14, 2022

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  96. 汚染水処理で出る放射性廃棄物、後始末は先送り 福島第一原発の保管現場で見たものは via東京新聞 March 13, 2022

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  97. Mr Itakura Masao who returned to live in Tomioka Town, Fukushima Prefecture. via FoEJapan March 13, 2022

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  98. 福島ミエルカプロジェクト:福島県富岡町に帰還した板倉正雄さん via FoE Japan March 13, 2022

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  99. I Was a Nuclear Missile Operator. There Have Been More Near-Misses Than the World Knows via The Guardian UK (Reader Supported News) March 13, 2022

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  100. A message to all people in the world concerned about the fate of the people of Fukushima via Fukushima 311 Watchdogs March 13, 2022

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