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The Emperor Needs A New Groove

Cameron Hines April 3, 2013

In the aftermath of the nuclear bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima, the movie Emperor follows the allied forces, who are in the process of trying of rebuilding the country of Japan and prosecuting...

Radiation from Japan Detected in U.S. Rainwater

Liz De La Torre April 6, 2011

Is it safe to drink rainwater? Despite recent reports of radioidine-131, a form of radiation, having been discovered in Massachusetts precipitation, the answer remains yes. Radioactive iodine has also...

Crisis Response

Matt DiGiovanni March 23, 2011

Every time a large scale disaster occurs, for the most part, the rest of the world responds by offering aid in some way or another. Whether through funding, manpower to help with recovery, or the contribution...

Japan leading charge against bluefin ban

Maideline Sanchez March 18, 2010

From the Associated Press by Michael Casey DOHA, Qatar – Opposition grew Wednesday against a proposal to ban the export of Atlantic bluefin tuna, with several Arab countries joining Japan in arguing...

Japan Defends Dolphin Hunt in Oscar-Winning Cove

The Associated Press March 10, 2010

TAIJI, Japan – The Japanese fishing village featured in The Cove, which won an Oscar for best documentary, defended its practice of hunting dolphins Monday as a part of its tradition. The covertly...

Whaling protester to be charged in Japan

Maideline Sanchez February 17, 2010

From the Associated Press by Tanalee Smith ADELAIDE, Australia – An anti-whaling activist from New Zealand is in custody on a Japanese vessel and will be taken to Japan to face charges after secretly...

Japan catches 59 whales off northern island

Maideline Sanchez October 20, 2009

From the Associated Press TOKYO – Japan said Monday it has caught 59 whales — one short of the maximum allowed by international guidelines — under a research program that critics say is a cover...

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