September 25, 2018
Salem-News.com (Nov-07-2013 12:49)
Scientists Fear Results of Fishing Near FukushimaSalem-News.com
“What Greenpeace wants is that the government really gets in international advice, gets as much support as possible to try to find the right solution for this problem.” - Rianne Teule, nuclear expert with Greenpeace
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has insisted that seafood caught near the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is safe to eat.
Salem-News.com (Aug-07-2013 01:56)
A Palestinian in HiroshimaDr. Mazin Qumsiyeh Salem-News.com
Many Japanese yearn for a more caring society and support global solidarity, including with Palestine. This was shown vividly in our visit to Nagoya and Hiroshima.
I and Oliver Stone both spoke at Hiroshima on the anniversary of the first nuclear bombing in human history and we are slated to speak in two days at Nagasaki on the anniversary of the second nuclear attack.
Salem-News.com (Aug-07-2013 01:19)
Harry Truman and Memory of Mass MurderDavid Swanson for Salem-News.com
Weeks before the first bomb was dropped, Japan expressed its desire to surrender and end the war.
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Harry Truman spoke in the U.S. Senate on June 23, 1941: "If we see that Germany is winning," he said, "we ought to help Russia, and if Russia is winning we ought to help Germany, and that way let them kill as many as possible."
Salem-News.com (May-30-2013 14:44)
Doolittle Raiders: The Last Reunion (VIDEO)Richard E Nauman for Salem-News.com
Of the 80 Raiders, 62 survived the war. They were celebrated as national heroes, models of bravery.
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It's the cup of brandy no one wants to drink. On Tuesday, April 17, 2013 in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, the surviving Doolittle Raiders gathered publicly for the last time.
Salem-News.com (May-24-2013 18:16)
Stop India-Japan Nuclear AgreementLetter by William Gomes Salem-News.com
Japan recently experienced the Fukushima nuclear disaster that proved once again that nuclear power plants are deadly.
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India and Japan have a chance to learn from history, very recent history, and abandon plans for further nuclear development under the India-Japan Nuclear Agreement
Salem-News.com (May-23-2013 11:51)
Civil Society Strongly Condemns Mayor Hashimoto`s Recent Remark on the `Comfort Women`Salem-News.com
Salem-News.com Human Rights Ambassador joins 67 organizations worldwide demanding more for these abused women of WWII.
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Osaka Mayor Toru Hashimoto is in the world spotlight over remarks issued May 13 about “comfort women” for the Japanese Army during World War II.
Salem-News.com (May-20-2013 14:32)
In Japan, a Person Commits Suicide Every 15 MinutesClemente Ferrer Roselló Salem-News
"It is important to emphasize that suicide is a morbid, decadent and coward act" - German filmmaker Oliver Hirschbiegel.
Many Americans die from firearms which they rise against themselves.
Salem-News.com (Mar-25-2013 19:23)
Debris Found on Oregon Beach Could Have Cultural Significance in JapanSalem-News.com
Officials are waiting on word from the Consular Office of Japan.
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Oregon state park staff removed an unusual piece of debris from the ocean shore near Oceanside in Tillamook County.
Salem-News.com (Mar-22-2013 16:50)
TPP: Good for Japan, Bad for AmericaClyde Prestowitz Foreign Policy
TPP holds the promise of many good things for Japan; it will almost surely result in a further increase of the U.S. trade deficit and a net loss of U.S. jobs.
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By announcing that Japan will join the U.S. led negotiations for a Trans Pacific Free Trade Agreement, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has taken a bold decision that is likely to produce great benefits for the land of the rising sun.
Salem-News.com (Mar-19-2013 15:19)
Fish Caught off Fukushima Show Record Levels of Radioactive CesiumSalem-News.com
Record cesium level detected in fish caught near Fukushima nuclear plant.
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Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Friday it detected a record 740,000 becquerels per kilogram of radioactive cesium in a fish caught in waters near the crippled Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station.