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07:55 Euro gains against dollar, yen
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Monday, 04 April 2011
07:55 Euro gains against dollar, yen
The euro hit fresh 11-month highs against a broadly weaker yen today and touched a five-month peak against the dollar with markets all but certain the European Central Bank will raise interest rates later this week. In contrast, the Bank of Japan is likely to downgrade its economic assessment at its....Read Full Article ...
 
After Japan disaster, disposing of waste creates dilemmas
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Monday, 04 April 2011
After Japan disaster, disposing of waste creates dilemmas
After the quake and tsunami, Japan faces legal, financial, logistical, environmental and ethical questions on dealing with debris — from ships and smashed cars...
 
Japan mulls huge sheet for nuclear plant
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Monday, 04 April 2011
Japan mulls huge sheet for nuclear plant
Operator of crippled Fukushima nuclear plant studies possibility of wrapping leaking reactors in sheeting.Read Full Article ...
 
GE's Immelt Defends Nuclear Industry
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Monday, 04 April 2011
GE's Immelt Defends Nuclear Industry
The head of General Electric, which manufactured some of the nuclear reactors at Japan's stricken Fukushima Daiichi plant, said the nuclear industry has had a ...
 
Asia leads tourism growth as ATE goes East
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Monday, 04 April 2011
Asia leads tourism growth as ATE goes East
Double digit growth in 2010 international visitor arrivals from North and South East Asia, India and Japan, has seen the Asian continent lead Australia's inbou...
 
Japan fights to contain sea radiation
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Monday, 04 April 2011
Japan fights to contain sea radiation
Workers at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant are onto "Plan C" in their bid to stop highly radioactive water from gushing directly into the Pa...
 
Open door: Explaining the Fukushima crisis
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Monday, 04 April 2011
Open door: Explaining the Fukushima crisis
The readers' editor on... the confusing world of radiation exposure The still-unfolding tragedy of Japan may be told simply through the statistics of death and...
 
In Japan, Mass Burials Are Another Cause for Grief
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Monday, 04 April 2011
In Japan, Mass Burials Are Another Cause for Grief
As the Japanese towns pitched into near nonexistence by the earthquake and tsunami collect what dead can be found, they are also holding the first mass burials...
 
Japan: Donation from Myanmar
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Monday, 04 April 2011
Japan: Donation from Myanmar
1.In response to the Tohoku-Pacific Ocean Earthquake, the Government of Myanmar made donation of 100,000 US dollars, moreover, many Myanmarese people gave dona...
 
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  • Dura aterragem na Venezuela
    A Venezuela está à beira do precipício. A ação concertada ainda pode evitar a sua queda. Mas quanto mais se atrase, mais venezuelanos morrerão por falta de medicamentos, pela má nutrição ou pela violência.
  • South China Sea Ruling Sweeps Away Diplomatic Ambiguities
    Tuesday?s ruling by the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea has bought a little clarity to the problems in the South China Sea, but it has not made solving the underlying problems significantly...
  • China Hardens Position on South China Sea
    China has taken a leap towards clarifying its claims in the South China Sea, but in a direction that could intensify frictions.
  • Erdo?an?s Pyrrhic victory
    Paradoxes have always abounded in the relationship between the Turkish military and the country?s politicians. Turkey?s armed forces ? or factions within them ? have justified their repeated interventions in politics with claims that they...
  • Venezuela?s hard landing
    Venezuela is on the edge of the precipice. Concerted action may yet pull it back. But the longer it is delayed, the more Venezuelans will die from lack of medicines, malnutrition or violence.