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Naoto Kan

is the current Prime Minister of Japan. In June 2010, as Finance Minister, Kan was elected as the leader of the Democratic Party of Japan and was designated Prime Minister by the Diet to succeed Yukio Hatoyama. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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Lower House stamps nuclear pacts with Turkey, UAE
2014-04-04
Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan, calling for a society without nuclear power, was absent from the Lower House session, while Shoichi Kondo and Yukio Ubukata left just before the votes were held. The DPJ decided to approve the pacts because it promoted ...
(The Japan Times)
  1. Turkey, UAE N-plant pacts pass lower house

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Toxic water treatment system at Japan nuclear plant halted again
2014-03-25
Over three years after the Great East Japan Earthquake and the ensuing tsunami triggered multiple reactor meltdowns at the Fukushima nuclear power facility, former Japanese Prime Minister, Naoto Kan, claims that the Fukushima nuclear disaster still ...
(The Voice of Russia)
  1. Amy Goodman: Allegations of Fukushima radiation sickness
  2. Fukushima cleanup efforts halted: TEPCO is served a class-action lawsuit

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Były premier Japonii odwiedził Wejherowo oraz ruiny elektrowni w Żarnowcu ...
2014-03-22
Naoto Kan, był premierem Japonii za czasów awarii elektrowni jądrowej w Fukushimie (2011 rok). Obecnie jest zwolennikiem odnawialnych źródeł energii. W sobotę 22 marca wraz z ekspertami ds. OZE gościł na Pomorzu. Odwiedził Wejherowo, gdzie ...
(Dziennik Bałtycki)
  1. Były premier Japonii ostrzegał w Żarnowcu przed atomem
  2. B. premier Japonii: po Fukushimie zmieniłem zdanie o energii atomowej

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Amy Goodman: US sailors and Marines allege Fukushima radiation sickness
2014-03-21
I interviewed Naoto Kan in his offices in Tokyo last January. He was the prime minister of Japan at the time of the disaster. Kan immediately set up control center to manage the nuclear crisis. Present at the center was a TEPCO executive. Kan told me ...
(Capital Times)
  1. US sailors and marines sick from Fukushima sue TEPCO
  2. COMMENTARY: AMY GOODMAN Fukushima damage still gets tallied

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US Sailors and Marines Allege Fukushima Radiation Sickness
2014-03-20
I interviewed Naoto Kan in his offices in Tokyo last January. He was the prime minister of Japan at the time of the disaster. Kan immediately set up control center to manage the nuclear crisis. Present at the center was a TEPCO executive. Kan told me ...
(Truthdig)
  1. Fukushima Fallout: Ailing U.S. Sailors Sue TEPCO After Exposure to Radiation ...

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Fukushima nuclear disaster still remains unresolved - former Japanese PM
2014-03-19
Over three years after the Great East Japan Earthquake and the ensuing tsunami triggered multiple reactor meltdowns at the Fukushima nuclear power facility, former Japanese Prime Minister, Naoto Kan, claims that the Fukushima nuclear disaster still ...
(The Voice of Russia)
  1. Former Japan PM Kan tells Germans that Fukushima crisis unresolved

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Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan tells Germans that Fukushima crisis unresolved
2014-03-19
BERLIN – Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan told German lawmakers on Tuesday that the Fukushima nuclear crisis remains unresolved, while also criticizing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government for its push to restart reactors. “It remains a fact that the ...
(The Japan Times)
  1. Japanese Ex-PM Naoto Kan says Fukushima disaster unresolved, criticizes Abe ...

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Japan considers energy future after Fukushima
2014-03-14
NAOTO KAN, Former Prime Minister, Japan (through interpreter): Within 10 to 20 years, all the electricity that was being produced by the nuclear plants will be supplied by renewables. MILES O'BRIEN: For that to happen, Japan will need a lot of people ...
(PBS NewsHour)
  1. Japan Nuclear Reactor Restart Seen Tied to Weapons-Capacity Desire
  2. Poll: 80 percent of Japanese against restart of nuclear plants
  3. Poll: 80% of Japanese against restart of nuclear plants

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Japan's ex-PM Naoto Kan up in arms against nuclear power
2014-03-12
In his interview with Democracy Now, Japan's prime minister at the time, Naoto Kan, has explained how he came to oppose nuclear power. Mr. Kan said that the nuclear disaster at Fukushima was "definitely the largest, most severe of all nuclear disasters ...
(The Voice of Russia)
  1. THREE YEARS AFTER: Majority of Japan's nuclear reactors face bleak future

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