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Skateboarding for Animals in Fukushima

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Four teenage boys in the Netherlands traveled 165km on their skateboards trying to motivate people to give financial support to Animals in Fukushima. Animal Rights for Japan donated the 65 Euro that were collected by their efforts to NGO HOSHI FAMILY … Continue reading

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Photo Exhibition on Abandoned Animals to be Held in The Netherlands!!

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After more than 1 & half years since the tsunami struck on March 11, 2012 and subsequently nuclear disaster taken place in Fukushima, a photo exhibition will be held in the Netherlands presenting photos of animals inside the Fukushima 20km … Continue reading

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Farm Animals Can Now Live

An article from one major news agency in Japan on April 5, 2012. http://www.jiji.com/jc/c?g=soc_30&k=2012040500781. The government now allows keeping livestock inside the 20km no-go zone alive, but reproducing and transporting them not allowed. On 5th, the governemt decided to change its … Continue reading

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UPDATE on Mr. Matsumura

Good news. In the early morning of April 2, 2012, Mr. Matsumura’s permit to continue staying within the no-go zone in Fukushima was officially granted. He is the only one person who has been refusing to evacuate from the area … Continue reading

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Stepping Forward by Studying to Be a Veterinary Assistant

One article from Yomiuri Newspaper on March 28, 2012, one of the major newpaper agencies in Japan. ===== One year after the 311 disaster on 11th of March, 2012, Manami Tanno(18 y/o) didn’t attend the memorial service in Iwanuma City. ‘The … Continue reading

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UPDATE on Mr. Matsumura’s Permit to Stay Inside the Exclusion Zone in Fukushima

In reference to the previous article in which the permit for Mr. Matsumura was taken away but may get it back, according to Mr. Hoshi who has been rescuing dogs and cats from inside the exclusion zone and who has … Continue reading

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Mr. Matsumura Likely to Get His Permit Back to Stay and Feed Animals inside the 20km Exclusion Zone

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We were all outraged when we learnt that Mr. Matsumura, a man in his 50’s who has been living and feeding livestocks and pets on his own within the exclusion zone inside Fukushima ever since the nuclear accident last year … Continue reading