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Tag Archives: Namie

  1. Evacuation orders lifted for three more Fukushima areas but residents slow to return via The Japan Times April 1, 2017

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  2. Few takers for free disaster relief housing in Fukushima via The Japan Times March 7, 2017

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  3. SIX YEARS AFTER: 4 more districts in Fukushima set to be declared safe to return to via Asahi Shimbun February 28, 2017

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  4. Namie’s high recovery hopes haunted by dwindling coffers, fears of losing vital state dole via The Japan Times December 18, 2016

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  5. Abe mum on Fukushima at U.N. disaster risk confab via the Japan Times March 15, 2015

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  6. NPO in charity drive to help defiant cattle ranch in Fukushima area via Asahi Shimbun May 28, 2014

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  7. Fukushima’s radiation victims via Deutsche Welle (DW) April 8, 2014

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  8. Secrecy Bill Could Distance Japan From Its Postwar Pacifism via The New York Times December 5, 2013

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  9. Life After a Nuclear Meltdown via The Wall Street Journal October 5, 2013

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  10. Japan’s Nuclear Refugees, Still Stuck in Limbo via The New York Times October 2, 2013

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  11. Fukushima town revealed in Google Street View two years after tsunami via the Guardian March 29, 2013

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  12. High radiation exposure level in Fukushima resident puzzles experts via The Asahi Shimbun November 20, 2012

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  13. Radioactive Cesium found in newly constructed housing in Namie Japan via Enformable January 15, 2012

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  14. 82 millisieverts outside zone seen via The Japan Times Online June 23, 2011

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