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The Hermit Kingdom seems to boast its nuclear capabilities
“If we were to eat the meat every day, then it would probably be dangerous. But if it is consumed only in small portions, I don’t think it would have any long-lasting effects on the human body.”
— GOSHI HOSONO, state …
Los Alamos, N.M. is feeling the heat this week as it battles the Las Conchas wildfire that has been raging since Sunday.
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.
For an island nation whose seafood industry has already been severely crippled, this is just another piece of bad news.
Yep, another Monday, NewsFeeders. Let’s hope that March, as proverbially promised, goes out like a lamb. Here’s what you missed this weekend while you were dreaming of warmer weather.
“We have contaminated milk and vegetables, and now tap water in Tokyo, and I’m wondering what’s next.”
— ETSUKO NOMURA, a mother of two young children ages 2 and 5 discussing the negative spiral from the nuclear disaster in …
In the misinformed belief that the iodine in table salt might help them escape the effects of radiation from Japan’s crippled nuclear plant, anxious shoppers across China are rushing to snap up the seasoning.
Watch dramatic footage of Japanese military helicopters dumping seawater the stricken Fukushima Daichi nuclear power plant.
Worried about nuclear radiation swooping into West Coast states from Japan? The Washington State Department of Health says you shouldn’t be.
We don’t know the number of victims, but I pray that every single person can be saved.
—Japan’s Emperor Akihito, addressing his nation in a rare television appearance; He expressed concern for survivors and said he was “deeply …