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nuclear-news, March 21, 2014

Japanese government covers up TEPCO workers deaths and intimidates journalists who speak out!

Mako Oshidori

The death of many Fukushima workers who die from radiation exposure is covered-up by Fukushima Daiichi power plant operator TEPCO and the Japanese government, said a Japanese journalist who investigated the unreported deaths, adding that she found a TEPCO memo instructing officials to “cut her questions short appropriately”, and that police is following her around in an intimidating manner.

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documenting ian blog, March 10, 2014

Another 48 hours

On Friday, the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW)-organized congress, "The Effects of Nuclear Disasters on the Natural Environment and Human Beings"http://www.tschernobylkongress.de/, came to a close at the Protestant Church in Hesse and Nassau's Martin Niemoller Haus (Arnoldshain) Conference Center.

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documenting ian blog, March 7, 2014

The Science of Fellowship

Morning has broken at the Protestant Church in Hesse and Nassau's Martin Niemoller Haus (Arnoldshain) Conference Center where the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW)-organized congress "The Effects of Nuclear Disasters on the Natural Environment and Human Beings" http://www.tschernobylkongress.de/is taking place.

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documenting ian blog, March 6, 2014

Papers and People

In addition to the many papers being presented at the IPPNW congress in Arnoldshain this week, there is an exhibition about World Hibakusha (victims of radiation exposure) set up in the halls of the conference centre.

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documenting ian blog, March 5, 2014

Statistics are people, too

Last evening was the opening of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW)-organized congress "The Effects of Nuclear Disasters on the Natural Environment and Human Beings"http://www.tschernobylkongress.de/.

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documenting ian blog, March 3, 2014

Renewing...

Arriving in Frankfurt at 5:30am (!) this morning, I had breakfast with Dr. Siedentopf, a member of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) and organizer of the conference I am here to attend, "The Effects of Nuclear Disasters on the Natural Environment and Human Beings", which begins tomorrow.

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