As Tokyo residents take to the streets of Japan’s capital to mark three months since the natural and nuclear disasters hit the country leaving over 15,000 people dead and displacing another 100,000,TEPCO starts filtering air in Fukushima’s reactor 2.
Deauville, a historic World War II site and paradise for the French elite, is seeing an invasion of the G8 machine. Russia, the USA, the UK, Japan, Italy, France, Germany and Canada – are discussing their top priorities.
The Japanese company that runs the Fukushima nuclear plant admitted three of six reactors damaged by the tsunami actually suffered meltdown within days, a shocking revelation that's left many wondering why the information was not made public sooner.
The resignation of the head of the owner of disabled Fukushima power plant is likely to be symbolic and will not result in the much-needed reform of Japan’s power industry, says the former spokesperson for the Citizen's Nuclear Information Center.