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Paris 6th Anniversary of Fukushima

I am away from home, staying in Paris as of now to participate to the various events organized for the Fukushima 6th Anniversary. I also have a computer problem, my computer is kaput.

So I am unable for the time being to post the news updates on the blogs and on FB. Sorry.

I will share with you a news articles list, for you to use to read what has been published in the last 3 days.

Some articles’ links from 10th, 11th & 12th March.2017 :




Fukushima disaster evacuees told to return to abandoned homes

The Semi-Secret Plan To Tunnel Under Fukushima Daiichi

Japanese school children who survived Fukushima meltdown are being subjected to ‘nuclear bullying’

Nuclear energy industry lacks new talent as Fukushima fallout turns off graduates

Frozen Clocks and Radiation Mark Fukushima’s Abandoned Towns

Le retour contraint et forcé des réfugiés de Fukushima


Manifestation antinucléaire de soutien au peuple japonais #stand4fukushima #paris

Six ans après la catastrophe nucléaire de Fukushima, le suivi sanitaire interpelle les spécialistes

Akira Mizubayashi : «Le pouvoir veut que nous vivions l’après-Fukushima dans le déni»

SIX YEARS AFTER: 34,000 people in Tohoku region still in makeshift housing units

Kenta Sato Breakwater factory, Iitate

Des évacués de Fukushima victimes de harcèlement

Fukushima : où l’on tente encore de nous faire croire que le nucléaire pourrait être moteur de la redynamisation rurale – Une catastrophe sans fin, par Cécile Asanuma-Brice *

EDITORIAL: Divisions still haunt residents of Fukushima on 6th anniversary

Decontamination work in Fukushima Pref. far from finished business

Six years after outbreak of crisis, Fukushima nuclear workers continue to face slander, discrimination: survey

Singapore keeping in place Fukushima food import curbs, six years after disaster

The illusion of normality at Fukushima

Only 6% of Fukushima nuclear disaster compensation paid by TEPCO

Struggling With Japan’s Nuclear Waste, Six Years After Disaster

Six Years Of Fukushima: Six Lessons


24,000 evacuees not counted by Fukushima govt.

Fukushima Radiation, What Prospects for Humanity

A Fukushima Survivor’s Story – Setsuko Kida


Kyoko Kugawa-Albu, of Asuka Association with Herve Courtois (D’un Renard)






March 13, 2017 - Posted by | Fukushima 2017 | ,

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