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The operator of Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant said Wednesday it will abandon seven underground reservoirs storing radioactive water after three of them sprang leaks.
The company that runs a Japanese nuclear power plant destroyed by a tsunami two years ago said on Tuesday it was losing faith in temporary storage pits for radioactive water — but it doesn't have anywhere else to put it.
The operator of Japan's crippled nuclear plant said Saturday that it is moving tons of highly radioactive water from a temporary storage tank to another after detecting signs of leakage — a blow to the plant struggling with the tight storage space.
Japan and the U.S. said Friday that they have agreed on plans for returning to Japan land near Kadena Air Base on the southern island of Okinawa that is now used by U.S. troops, in an effort to balance local concerns with support for the countries' military alliance.
The cooling system for a storage pool for fuel at one of the reactors at the tsunami-damaged nuclear plant in Japan failed on Friday for the second in a month, although there was no immediate danger from the breakdown.
Japan is making a sweeping shift in its monetary policy, aiming to spur inflation and get the world's third-largest economy out of a long, debilitating slump.
Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and France's Areva are expected to win a US$22 billion contract to build a nuclear power plant in Turkey, a newspaper said Thursday.
Acclaimed Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa said Wednesday he wants to use the time he “has been given by God” after surviving cancer to teach the next generation of musicians.
A Japanese woman who lived with her brother's mummified body for years tried to dispose of his corpse with household rubbish when she finally realized he was dead, police and reports said Wednesday.
The stock market is roaring, the yen has plunged and Tokyo is jumping into a string of long-delayed trade talks, prompting some to ask a question not heard in years: is Japan back?