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14:40 | 0 | Tanjug
Japanese Emperor Akihito addressed the nation, pointing out he was deeply worried by nuclear crisis in Fukushima, urging people to help each in difficult times. Workers, which were forced to temporarily abandon Fukushima NP, returned to work.
07:11 07:14 | 0 | Japan Times
The containment vessel of the quake-hit No. 3 reactor of the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant may have been damaged, Japan's top government spokesman said Wednesday, indicating that radioactive steam may be spreading outside.
07:15 | 0 | JapanTimes.com
Tokyo stocks surged Wednesday morning, with the key Nikkei index temporarily rising more than 6 percent and erasing about half of the previous day's losses triggered by deepening troubles at a quake-hit nuclear power plant.
07:21 | 0 | Emg.rs
On 15 March Commissioner Štefan Fϋle hosted a press conference to announce the 2011 Spring tour of the European Union Youth Orchestra.
07:23 | 0 | Emg.rs
To the best of our knowledge, the natural disaster in Japan have no effect on Europe’s population whatsoever, said Minister for Rural Development, Sándor Fazekas, before the Environmental Protection Council’s session in Brussels, on 14 March 2011. Previously, the Hungarian
07:24 | 0 | Itar-Tass
The G-8 countries are ready to assist the people of Japan suffering from the aftermath of a disastrous earthquake and tsunami, the emergency situation at several nuclear plant units, large casualties and damage to transport and industrial infrastructure.
07:25 | 0 | Itar-Tass
There will be no radioactivity hazard to health in the Russian Far East even if the Japanese nuclear accident takes a turn for the worst, deputy head of the Far Eastern regional center of the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry Igor Demchishin told reporters on Tuesday.
07:27 | 0 | Itar-Tass
President Dmitry Medvedev and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who came to Moscow on Tuesday, met to discuss bilateral relations, the Kremlin said.