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Much remains unsettled three years later: emotions, the death count and the future of nuclear energy in Japan
But first draft energy policy since Fukushima disaster calls for reduced dependency on it and new safety standards
New leak of 100 metric tons of radioactive water discovered at Fukushima nuclear plant, says Japan's TEPCO
Ambassador Caroline Kennedy pledges help in relocation of US troops to less populated area on the Japanese island
Documents obtained by the AP show disorganized approach to charges, random and inconsistent judgements
Efforts by the losing candidates to make it a referendum on nuclear power lost to candidate with largely economic focus
High-profile candidates challenge front-runner’s support for restarting nuclear plants and for PM Abe’s national agenda
The 14-member panel says the government should alter its current interpretation of war-renouncing constitution
Saddled by historical trauma, Japan and South Korea inch toward confrontation
The annual dolphin hunt in Taiji, Japan have many debating whether it's a local custom or an inhumane practice.
From funny cat pics to the news business, Internet entrepreneur Ben Huh is driven by the same philosophy