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Japan, one year after the tsunami: ‘We can’t just stay sad’

Japan has marked one year since an earthquake and tsunami killed thousands and set off a radiation crisis that shattered public trust in atomic power.

Japan holds peaceful march against nuclear power

Thousands of Japanese joined a march against nuclear power as worries grow about the restarting of reactors idle since the March 11 meltdown disaster.

2013 Club World Cup to be held in Morocco

Morocco will become the first African country to host the annual Club World Cup of continental winners, Fifa President Sepp Blatter announced.

Naoto Kan resigns as Japan’s prime minister

Japan's prime minister has announced his resignation after plunging approval ratings over his handling of the tsunami disaster and nuclear crisis.

Japan exports fall for fifth straight month

Japan's exports fell for the fifth month in July as the country contends with a strong yen and the ongoing impact of the March earthquake and tsunami.

Bottles become radiation detectors in Japan

To meet growing demand for radiation detectors, a Japanese researcher has come up with devices made from recycled plastic bottles.

Japan slides back into recession after quake

Japan's economy plunged back into recession in January to March, contracting sharply on the impact of the nation's biggest recorded earthquake.

Toyota boosts US production sooner than expected

Toyota will be able to boost its United States production sooner than expected following a devastating Japanese quake and tsunami.

Japan new vehicle sales fall by record 51% in April

Japan's domestic sales of new cars, trucks and buses logged their biggest-ever drop in April, an industry group said on Monday.

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