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Who's killing Uganda's leading Muslim clerics?
10 Mar 2012 08:55 GMT | Environment, Humanitarian crises, Asia Pacific, Japan
Since last year's earthquake and tsunami, Japan's government has passed three emergency budgets totalling $170bn for recovery and reconstruction.
Some of that money is to be used to relocate devastated coastal communities to safer, higher ground, but as yet there are still no concrete plans to do this.
Al Jazeera’s Harry Fawcett reports from the resort town of Minami-sanriku, which was largely decimated by the massive force of the tsunami.
Source: A Jazeera
Growing number of those living around destroyed Japanese nuclear plant cite health issues.
Politics, Environment, Humanitarian crises, Asia Pacific, Japan
Last surviving geisha in Japanese town reunited with beloved musical instrument lost in 2011 disaster.
Asia Pacific, Japan
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