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A Japanese seismometer that was recovered on B.C. coast this summer could help answer some important questions about what happened during the 2011 Japanese tsunami that claimed thousands of lives.
Devastatingly beautiful photos of Japanese tsunami survivors revisiting their destroyed homes and towns were captured by photographer Alejandro Chaskielberg in the aftermath of the 2011 natural disaster for a moving series called 'Otsuchi Future Memories.'
"The Other Hundred" is a unique photo book project aimed as a counterpoint to the Forbes 100 and other media rich lists by telling the stories of people around the world who are not rich but whose lives, struggles and achievements deserve to be celebrated.
DANGER ZONE: The colours over Middlemore Hospital indicate areas that might have to be evacuated in the event of a tsunami.
To ISIS: compel Israel to defend itself militarily that's when you can literally surf a tidal wave of global support.
Photographer Dominic Nahr has been documenting Fukushima, Japan, since the 2011 tsunami.
A wall of bright blue computer screens at the Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre provides a vivid demonstration of the shaky ground we stand on and the way in which the earth can move in highly unpredictable ways.
In a July speech to the Stanford Anscombe Society, anti-gay activist and "ex-gay" Robert Oscar Lopez said that he cannot support same-sex marriage because it has become a "tidal wave" that has "swept up children," reports Right Wing Watch .
Handout picture from Japan Coast Guard on July 23, 2014 shows the newly created islet and Nishinoshima island , which are conjoined with erupting lava at the Ogasawara island chain, 620 miles south of Tokyo.
A $1 billion lawsuit accuses the Japanese nuclear energy company Tepco of failing to prevent the accident and lying about radiation levels.
Remarks made by Clinton, Peres, Netanyahu and others indicate that Israel's need to retain control of Judea and Samaria has become, at last, a mainstream position.
According to Japan's Trade Ministry, the market for "smart homes" will be worth nearly US$34 billion in six years' time.
Singapore will be the first country, since 2011, to receive some 300 kilogrammes of rice harvested at Sukagawa City.
Senate President Peter Courtney says he will call for $200 million in bonds to help make Oregon schools more resistant to earthquakes.
The number of civilians registered as reservists with the Self-Defense Forces - those who would take on roles as SDF personnel in emergency situations - is dwindling, mainly due to the difficulty of balancing training with civilian careers, a senior military official has said.
An Indonesian couple reunited with their daughter 10 years after a tsunami snatched her from their arms claimed on Tuesday to have found their son, who was also swept away in the disaster.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 03:47 am
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