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Economic Development for Rwanda Has Japan Support: Boston Sale

Economic Development for Rwanda Has Japan Support: Boston Sale

A Japanese woman is leading economic development through self-supportive skills in Rwanda, as well as across the world. Many of those participating in the project from this Central/Eastern Africa country survived a massive genocide 20 years ago. Masayo Kodama, the founder of the nonprofit organization (NPO), Reborn Kyoto, is coming to Boston November 13-16. This […]

Japan Struck With Typhoon

Japan Struck With Typhoon

  Typhoon Vongfong struck Japan with winds of up to 180 kilometers per hour and massive downpours of rain. The typhoon has already injured at least 35 people after hitting Okinawa and moving on to Kyushu in the southern part of the country. A slow-moving storm, evacuation warnings were able to be issued prior to […]

Japan Facing Multiple Natural Disasters

Japan Facing Multiple Natural Disasters

Japan is facing multiple natural disasters as the country recently experienced the eruption of a volcano and the effects of a massive typhoon. Typhoon Phanfone reportedly hit Okinawa and caused two U.S. airmen and a surfer to go missing near the coast, according to CNN News. This event occurred just after a week when Mount […]

Vongfong, the Perfect Storm, May Be Heading Straight for Japan

Vongfong, the Perfect Storm, May Be Heading Straight for Japan

Super Typhoon Vongfong, which might be considered the perfect storm – at least, in terms of its satellite profile – may be heading straight for Japan. Whilst the Atlantic ocean has been relatively peaceful, this hurricane season, the Pacific has played host to a number of Typhoons; four of them dubbed “super typhoons.” Monitored by […]

Nine Missing After Chinese Ship Sinks

Nine Missing After Chinese Ship Sinks

Members of the Japanese coast guard are currently searching for nine people after a Chinese cargo ship, named Lurongyu 2859, sank Tuesday off the western coast of Japan. Chinese authorities reached out to Japan for help in carrying out a search and recovery mission for the nine missing crewmembers. According to Naoto Ishmaru of the […]

Japan and Volcanic Eruption Predictors

Japan and Volcanic Eruption Predictors

Last Saturday’s volcanic eruption in central Japan gives cause to explore predictors of the natural disaster. While it is impossible to prevent magmatic eruption, scientists have discovered warning signs of volcanic activity. Whether people nearest the recent eruptions were aware of or could detect these signs is unknown. The most recent eruption in Japan does shed […]

Japan Is Beginning to Die

Japan Is Beginning to Die

The country of Japan is leading the way into the possibility of a bleak future as it struggles to deal with an increasing number of elderly who are rapidly beginning to die. With a dropping number of births every year and a growing number of deaths, the country’s population is on-route to begin declining by […]

Japan: 31 Found Dead on Erupted Volcano

Japan: 31 Found Dead on Erupted Volcano

The bodies of 31 dead have been found near the peak of the Mt. Ontake volcano in Japan, which unexpectedly erupted on Saturday morning. Rescue teams discovered the bodies on Sunday but cannot officially confirm the deaths until they can be brought down from the mountainside for examination. Though officials in Japan are reluctant to confirm […]

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 20, 2014

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 20, 2014

The world news daily digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for August 20, 2014 covers stories around the globe. A United States journalist was beheaded by Iraq’s pro-Islamic State organization. In India, a human rights activist is released after 14 years of imprisonment. In the Japanese city of Hiroshima, landslides have killed dozens of people. United […]

Japanese F-15 Jets and Chinese Aircraft in Dispute

Japanese F-15 Jets and Chinese Aircraft in Dispute

Japanese Air Self Defense Force F-15 fighter jets took to the skies, flying over Chinese aircraft on a routine air patrol above disputed waters in the East China Sea, according to the Chinese Ministry of Defense. The area in question is over varied territorial claims of a islets chain between the two countries. The islets, […]

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