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The earthquake and tsunami hit Japan four months ago, but Mamoru Oikawa continues to look for his family. (via Los Angeles Times)
To the quake and tsunami-ravaged Japanese, it will be music to their ears.
The International Atomic Energy Agency has released a preliminary report of its review of Japan’s handling of its nuclear crisis, concluding that regulators and Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) underestimated the risk a …
Tokyo’s Disneyland park announced plans to reopen this Friday, only a month after a deadly tsunami destroyed the country.
Frail and unable to walk very far, Kunio Shiga survived off what he had in his home for nearly a month.
When the March 11 quake triggered a wall of water rushing toward the reactor, one worker wisely grabbed his camera.
Katsunobu Sakurai, the mayor of a devastated town in Japan’s Fukushima Prefecture that felt all but forgotten, sent out a digital appeal for aid last month with little hope he would be heard. Turns out the world was listening.
One Swedish couple experienced unbelievably terrible luck on their honeymoon.
For an island nation whose seafood industry has already been severely crippled, this is just another piece of bad news.
In a show of solidarity with the stricken island nation, landmarks across the world glowed the red and white of Japan’s national flag beginning Monday evening.
A helicopter engaged in the massive search and rescue sweeps going on around Japan spotted the wreckage of a house at sea. And, to their great delight, a scrappy dog emerged from beneath the decapitated roof.