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Now that the White House and Congressional lawmakers have agreed to raise the debt ceiling, there is considerable concern in other nations about the bipartisan "super committee" that will be charged with the next round of budget cuts. According to
Reports coming from Japan suggest that their Fukushima region has been struck by a strong earthquake. The richter scale measured it to be of 6.4-magnitude intensity. The good news are that this time no damage has been caused to
As U.S. lawmakers continue to rumble over raising the U.S. debt ceiling, they might spare a thought to the hundreds of millions if not billions of souls in other nations who are experiencing heartburn over their behavior. This editorial from Japan'
NEW YORK -- The U.S. Geological Examination is reportage that other strengthened quake has jolted northeastern Japan, the assonant location devastated by Mar's massive tremble and tsunami. There are no close reports of injuries or alteration, and
We had a relatively strong earthquake of M6.5 yesterday at 13:39 local time (04:34GMT), 125km offshore Miyagi and some 40km below seabed. The report said that there were no immediate casualties or damage and no tsunami warnings from our
A very strong Earth quake just Jolt Japan again.According to the Country's Meteorological Agency, the preliminary magnitude of that earthquake was about 6.5 which mainly affected the northeastern part of Japab same region
Japan's Meteorological Office says a tough temblor with a athletics ratio of 6.5 has jolted northeast Nippon, the similar region devastated by Walk's massive temblor and tsunami.There were no straightaway reports of injuries or
The massive tsunami that struck north-east Japan on March 11 rose to a maximum height of 132.5 feet (over 40 metres), the researchers have said...The study by 150 experts from 48 research organisations across the country determined that the wave that
This year, Tokyo's Yebisu Garden Place will host the 12th annual Starlight Cinema event, a series of free movie screenings that takes place in the central plaza of the Yebisu complex during weekends and on national holidays from July 16 to Aug. 7...
He decided that the show must go on. "It may not be a very conservative Japanese way of thinking, but festivals are festivals, they create good things for people," Hidaka, president of Smash Corporation and chief producer of Fuji Rock, tells The