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2 min ago | The Village Voice
Though mentioned only once, Hiroshima and Nagasaki loom large over Nuclear Nation , an assured and sobering documentary that charts the situation in Futaba, Japan, shortly after the 2011 meltdown at the nearby Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
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4 hrs ago | U.S. Department of Defense
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8 hrs ago | Autoblog
At least now we know the answer to that age-old joke, "How many Nissan Leafs does it take to power an office building?" The answer is a tidy half-dozen.
9 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
JAKARTA , Dec. 9 -- _ A Japanese consortium and the Indonesian government on Monday formally terminated a contract under which they cooperated to run an aluminum production company, which was effectively nationalized by Jakarta around two months ago.
The daughter of U.S. President John F. Kennedy toured Nagasaki's Atomic Bomb Museum on Tuesday and met with some atomic bomb survivors.
Seismologists have to sort of compartmentalize their emotions about big earthquakes.
Washoku, the traditional cuisine of Japan, is being considered for designation as part of the world's priceless cultural heritage by the UN.
Crown Prince Naruhito and former Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda left for South Africa on Monday to attend the funeral of former South African President Nelson Mandela.
Marysville Mayor John Gore, right, gives a tour of the city to a delegation from Japan, including Makoto Shimada, left, mayor of Yorii.
Last month on the afternoon before the first press day, the bosses of each member of the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association stood shoulder to shoulder on the same stage, as the sound of a revving engine from each of their lineups roared in turn.
The maglev train being tested in central Japan could cut travel time between Tokyo and Osaka, or New York to D.C. to one hour.
A strong earthquake, measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale, struck the Kuril Islands in Japan at 1.24 am today, according to the Malaysian Meteorological Department.
Presenting records more important than demanding Japan`s apology over massacre .
Japan's controversial new state secrets law was condemned Saturday as "the largest ever threat to democracy in postwar Japan" by a group of academics, including two Nobel prize winners, reports said.
Cultural ties between the CNMI and Japan continue to flourish despite a decline in Japanese tourist arrivals that was precipitated by the departure of Japan Airlines in 2005.
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