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Five years after the earthquake and tsunami, Japan is still picking up the pieces.
The bots remain the only hope of decommissioning the devastated nuclear reactors, a necessary step to regaining public trust.
The indictments are the first against officials at TEPCO.
The district court in Fukushima ordered Tepco to pay 49 million yen ($472,000) in compensation to Watanabe, who had sought
Kitaro Saito, who is in his early 60s, will stay outside Miyakoji, despite wanting to return to his large hillside house
* Worst radioactive water leak at Fukushima since last August Tokyo Electric Power Co told reporters the latest leak was
Last year, radiation leaks, power outages and other mishaps sparked international concern and prompted Japan's government
TOKYO, Jan 15 (Reuters) - Japan's trade ministry said it would approve on Wednesday a revival plan for the utility responsible
For investors, it's always a good idea to get out of the old and into the new. You wouldn't want to be invested in the horse and buggy when cars were invented, and you don't want to be left holding a bag of uranium when everyone else is solar gazing.
The government effectively nationalised Tepco last year with a taxpayer-funded rescue. But there has been heated debate over
This huge volume of water has to be stored in large tanks until it is cleaned of the radioactive substances it picks up in
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, making a successful pitch last month to stage the 2020 Olympic Games, declared the plant stable
Tepco has lost $27 billion since the 2011 disaster at its Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. Land decontamination needs to
He said concerns raised by South Korea and China over the continued leaks of radiated water at Fukushima "political posturing
In the event of a catastrophe (for instance, a large hurricane, tornado, earthquake, or attack), will Dominion similarly find itself scrambling for solutions? Though Virginia's Fukushima has not yet materialized, the political climate surrounding it is not unlike Japan's before 2011.
Does elevated, uncontrolled radiation gush--as from an artery--out of Japan's maimed Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant and into the Pacific Ocean?