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Japanese kids speak with officials to share nuclear crises fears

Tokyo - Children from Fukushima Prefecture have met with government officials to voice their concerns about the ongoing nuclear crises that's affecting their region and their worries about the unsafe levels of radiation in places where they live, swim and play.

Japanese return $78 million in cash found in earthquake rubble

Tokyo - The people of Japan may have lost their homes, family members, and their livehood to the earthquake and tsusnami but they haven't lost their integrity, according to reports that say over $78 million in cash and valuables has been turned in to authorities.

Nissan Leaf wins 2011 World Car of the Year

New York - The Nissan Leaf was honored as the 2011 World Car of the Year at the The New York auto show. The affordable, all-electric car beat the Audi A8 and the BMW 5-series, its closest two competitors, and was also named runner-up for the World Green Award.

Japan nuclear plant evacuees demand compensation

Tokyo - Japan citizens are becoming increasingly frustrated by the handling of the nuclear crises at Fukushima that has forced them out of their homes and into evacuation centers were they wait for compensation payments to begin from the government and TEPCO.

Japan raises nuclear crises to highest level, equals Chernobyl

Tokyo - Japan's Nuclear Safety Commission has raised the severity level of the crises at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi power plant to the highest rating on the international scale. The event is now rated as a Level 7, which equals the disaster at Chernobyl.

American teacher dies in Japan disaster, first US death confirmed

Chesterfield - A Virginia family has announced the body of their daughter, Taylor Anderson, 24, was found in disaster-stricken Japan, where she had been working as an English teacher since her graduation from college in 2008.

Spike in pressure at crippled nuclear reactor may require venting

Fukushima - Efforts by TEPCO to lower the temperature inside the crippled reactors at Fukushima Daiichi were met with an unexpected spike in pressure in reactor No. 3. Officials are weighing the option of venting the dangerous radioactive gases to combat the problem.

Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, Comcast offer free calling to Japan

AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and Comcast have announced they're offering free international phone service and texting to Japan to help customers connect with family and friends following the tragic earthquake and tsunami that devastated the country.

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