Gaddafi’s Death Reveals More Than US$ 200 Billion Portfolio He Stashes Away From Libya’s Coffer

Gaddafi’s death ended the local armed uprising that started in February.

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Abuse Victims Sue The Pope Before The ICC For Crimes Against Humanity

Sexual Abusive priests who have been a perennial problem since time immemorial preying on male and female young victims alike have tarnished the image of the Catholic church to be the bastion of moral ascendancy.

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Japanese Public Officials’ Insensitivity About Radiation Pushes Its Citizens To Act

Razuyoshi Sato, a councilman has long opposed the nuclear industry, an unpopular stance in a city where many people were employed at the Daiichi plant, suspected that the farmer Mrs. Kiyoko Okoshi’s fears were founded.

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Japan Sets A 20-Kilometer Radius ‘No Entry Zone’ On Crippled Fukushima Nuke Plant

Japan imposed a no-entry zone midnight Thursday prohibiting residents from remaining within a 20-kilometer radius of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant to enhance control of evacuees amid continued fears of radiation leaks, Kyodo reported.

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Japan’s Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Upgraded To Crisis Severity 7, Same As Chernobyl

The government’s Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency upgraded its provisional evaluation based on an estimate that radioactive materials far exceeding the criteria for level 7 have so far been released into the external environment, but added that the release from the Fukushima nuclear plant is about 10 percent of that from the former Soviet nuclear plant, Kyodo reported.

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Nitrogen Injected Into Fukushima Reactor To Reduce Explosion Risk

Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) on Thursday started injecting nitrogen into one of the reactors at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex, Kyodo News reported.

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Japan: ‘It May Take Months To Stop Radiation Leaks’

Japan has warned that it could take months to stop radiation leaking from a nuclear plant that crippled by a huge earthquake and tsunami three weeks ago.

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Is The World’s Poor In Jeopardy?

The growing world’s population is forecasted to reach 9.1 billion people by 2050.

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Japan Confronting The Worst Crisis Since World War II

The atomic bomb crisis of Nagasaki and Hiroshima in 1945, was a horrible scenario that Japan has ever faced which abruptly and formally ended World War II.

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