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Tag Archive | "Japan"

Male in 50s with Underlying Health Conditions Is First Coronavirus Death in the United States

341 CARDINAL NEWS Headlines, News Highlights and Current Events for Saturday, February 29 2020 The CDC says the man was likely infected from community spread. Two other new cases were identified at a nursing facility in the state, also from suspected community spread, where officials now believe there could be an outbreak First coronavirus death […]

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Inside Japan’s Chicano Subculture | NYT

30 When Walter Thompson-Hernández heard Chicano culture had spread to Japan, he wanted to see it for himself. Walter: “Who knew the culture I grew up with had a home so far from California?” Walter Thompson-Hernández grew up in southeast Los Angeles and heard a rumor about lowrider culture had progressed from Southern California to […]

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Brave Wilderness: Documentation of Coyote Peterson Stung by a Japanese Giant Hornet in the Tottori Prefecture, Japan

411 In a series of videos documenting the sting of the most powerful stinging insects, Cody Peterson released a video on Friday, November 23, 2018 of his stinging experience of the Japanese Giant Hornet (Vespa mandarinia Japonica). Coyote Peterson (Nathaniel Peterson) is a wildlife educator and YouTube personality with a background in film. Recently he […]

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Video Minutes After Volcano Eruption of Mount Ontake, Japan

44 Video minutes after eruption of Mount Ontake volcano showing spewing ash and ground water steam with the sounds of falling rocks; and rescue video and aftermath. Rescue teams in Japan have resumed their search for survivors of a volcanic eruption on Saturday. At least 31 people are believed to have died when Mount Ontake […]

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Dengue Fever Outbreak in Japan from Mosquitoes in Yoyogi Park in Tokyo

41 CNN’s Will Ripley reports in the past week, at least 55 people in Japan have become ill with dengue fever. Japan is experiencing the largest outbreak of Dengue Fever since World War II. All victims are believed to have been bitten by mosquitos while visiting Yoyogi Park in Tokyo. View Larger Map Symptoms of […]

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Saving Animals Inside the Fukushima Nuclear Zone

42 Man braves nuclear zone to save his animals in a sanctuary. The energy accident at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, initiated primarily by the tsunami of the Tōhoku earthquake on March 11, 2011. Radioactive isotopes were released from reactor containment vessels as a result of venting to reduce gaseous pressure, and the discharge […]

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Pearl Harbor Remembrance: Pearl Harbor Attack “Date in Infamy” December 7, 1941

57 Pearl Harbor Remembrance with taps at Arlington Heights Historical Museum on December 7, 2008 with excerpts from Franklin D. Roosevelt “date in infamy” speech from December 8, 1941. The attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese Imperial General Headquarters (Operation Z in planning) was a surprise military strike conducted by the Imperial Japanese Navy […]

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Japan Fishing Industry Concern: Exact Route to Contaminated Sea Water Near Fukushima Daiichi Plant Unknown

44 A spike in radioactive iodine—to 1,250 times the legal limit—has been observed in sea water near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plants on Saturday. No immediate threat to human health or the area environment is expected, since the radioactive material is reportedly expected to quickly dissipate in tides and would become diluted before reaching […]

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Japanese Search for Survivors, Fear Radiation and Search for Food, Heat

77 “Very, very difficult conditions.” Steve Davies, British Search and Rescue, explains how rescuers are attempting to search under debris, sometimes led by citizen who give leads to where survivors might be positioned. In areas hit hard by an earthquake then tsunami, the search goes on for any survivors. But the new fear in places […]

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Nikkei 225 Index Down 10.6% Tuesday; Toyota, Nissan, Honda Production Down

30 Japan’s Nikkei stock index nose-dived nearly 11 percent on Tuesday as the earthquake-shattered country faced an unfolding nuclear crisis after a radiation leak was detected at a crippled power plant. Other Asian markets tumbled. The Nikkei 225 fell 10.6 percent Tuesday — the greatest percentage loss since 2008’s global financial crisis. Goldman Sachs reports […]

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Japan’s Prime Minister: Anyone Within 19 Miles of Fukushima Should Stay Indoors

41 RADIATION LEVELS HARMFUL TO HEALTH Japan’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that radiation has spread from four reactors of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant in Fukushima province to levels that can affect health.

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A Third Explosion Tuesday Morning North of Tokyo at Fukushima Nuclear Plant

33 A third explosion has been reported at Fukushima Daiich plant Nuclear Reactor Site #2. An explosion was heard after 6:10 JST on 15 March in unit 2, and the pressure-suppression system might have been damaged. Many more employees have been evacuated. There is no definitive report of exactly what happened. One-half of a fuel […]

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