08/18/2016 / By fukushima

Japan is planning to use Pokemon Go to lure tourists back to its quake hit regions, including in the radiation

08/10/2016 / By fukushima

Hiroshima – Today, with some distance of time and perspective, we can think about Hiroshima with a more balanced compassion than a

08/02/2016 / By fukushima

Could what happened in Fukushima happen 35 miles (56 kilometers) north of New York City? That’s what many activists and

07/25/2016 / By fukushima

The amount of radioactive substances in seabed off Fukushima is hundreds of times higher than before the disaster, a report

07/21/2016 / By fukushima

Global Research’s Online Interactive I-Book Reader brings together, in the form of chapters, a collection of Global Research feature articles

07/14/2016 / By Vicki Batts

Shocking new research has revealed that most of the nuclear fallout from Fukushima concentrated and deposited itself into microscopic, non-soluble

07/29/2015 / By Fukushima Watch

Following a major earthquake, a 15-metre tsunami disabled the power supply and cooling of three Fukushima Daiichi reactors, causing a

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