In-Focus: Japan – TEPCO adds missing radiation data to online archive – Still no bans lifted on mushroom supplies found contaminated

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Vietnam and Japan discuss bilateral cooperation on the use of nuclear energy

The seminar was co-organized by the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, and the Japanese Agency for Atomic Energy.

Source: Talk Vietnam

Source: Vietnam Net


Nuclear Regulatory Authority to remain independent regardless of ruling party

Source: Kyodo News


The Children of Fukushima

Source: Huffington Post


Still no bans lifted on mushroom supplies found contaminated

As of Nov. 16, officials said 93 municipalities in 10 prefectures, including Fukushima, had a shipment ban in place.

Source: The Asahi Shimbun


Politicians agree to join forces for combined majority against nuclear power in Lower House election

People’s Life First Acting President Kenji Yamaoka said at the meeting that while 7 in 10 people in Japan oppose nuclear power, 7 in 10 Diet members support it.

Yamaoka said that what politicians are doing is worlds apart from people’s wishes.

Source: JiJi Press

Source: NHK


TEPCO adds missing radiation data to online archive

Source: Asahi Shimbun


Sea acidification worsening in Pacific

Source: NHK


Kansai Electric, Kyushu Electric to Jointly Procure U.S. Coal

Source: JiJi Press


Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department hosts photo exhibition of Fukushima police and troop activity

Source: JiJi Press


Wild mushrooms over 200 kilometers from Fukushima contaminated with cesium

Source: The Asahi Shimbun


Tsunami-Hit Shipbuilder Launches First Postdisaster Ship

Source: JiJi Press

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