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Hundreds of people living just outside Japan's Fukushima prefecture say they have been denied adequate compensation after the country's 2011 nuclear disaster despite suffering elevated radiation levels.
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WASHINGTON a?? Republican donor Foster Friess is pledging $1 million to help Oklahoma tornado victims and challenging others to match his gift.
23 hrs ago | Bangkok Post
Fumiya Saeki's favourite hobby is watching TV. One day in 2011, he saw news reports on the tsunami that hit northeastern Japan.
Yesterday | Cornish Guardian
TWO orphans of the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami were welcomed to Cornwall on Saturday as they launched their new flip-flop brand, Gandys, in the county.
Muscat: Recent research has revealed that the Makran Subduction Zone is more prone to earthquakes and tsunami hazards than previously thought.
"Armani the anteater's surprising pregnancy has sparked a debate over what animals are capable of when it comes to sex." NBC News Animals Archeaologists have uncovered evidence that people living in Xincun 5,000 years ago may have practiced agriculture before the arrival of domesticated rice in the region.
Thousands of Taiwanese marched through the capital Taipei on Sunday urging the government to halt construction of a nearly completed nuclear power plant, citing the Japanese atomic crisis.
The 73-year-old spent almost a year studying the remains of murderous duo Fred and Rose West's victims, he helped identify victims of the Boxing Day tsunami and even worked on the high profile case of two star footballers charged with assault.
A man watches as water is pumped out of his shop in Pathum Thani province, a suburb of Bangkok, Nov.
Photography: David Kaufman's Early Sunday Morning photography exhibit simultaneously celebrates the heritage of Toronto's architecture, while pleading for its preservation, in the face of gentrification and condo development.
Japan's economy expanded the most in a year last quarter as consumer spending and export gains outweighed the weakest business investment since the wake of the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
Economic losses from disasters since 2000 are in the range of $2.5 trillion, a figure at least 50 percent higher than previous international estimates, according to a U.N. report released Wednesday.