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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Unconfirmed reports say Remind Davis released and departure to Afghanistan

Unconfirmed report,
An American air force jet aircraft departure from Lahore airport with twelve persons on board including Remind Devis. Earlier local court has released Remind Davis under the Islamic death competition law(in disputed sitchuation).

Monday, March 14, 2011

Japan:Reactor fuel rods fully exposed for 2nd time

[11:52 a.m. ET Monday, 12:52 a.m. Tuesday in Tokyo] Fuel rods at Fukushima Daiichi's No. 2 nuclear reactor became fully exposed again Monday night, Tokyo Electric Power Company said. When exposed, the fuel rods emit a great deal of heat, creating the possibility of the core melting. The company said the problem occurred when a valve to release the steam was closed. The heat caused water surrounding the fuel rods to evaporate. The company said it was able to open the valve to fix the problem....

Police: Gunman who shot 4 deputies, 2 fatally, is dead

( -- The gunman who opened fire with a high-powered rifle on four Virginia deputies, killing two of them, was also fatally shot, state police said Monday
The shooting occurred in the Devil's Branch community in southwest Virginia Sunday afternoon, said Sharon Thornsbury, spokeswoman for the Buchanan Co...

Japan:Freezing temperatures expected in disaster zone

[10:16 a.m. ET Monday, 11:16 p.m. in Tokyo] Cold weather has increased the hardship for disaster victims and rescuers. Rescuers report some victims have been exposed to cold weather and water, in some cases for days. Conditions are expected to worsen with temperatures forecast to drop below freezing by Wednesday across portions of the earthquake zone...

Cooling system fails in another reactor at Japanese nuclear plant

Tokyo ( -- Another reactor at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant lost its cooling capabilities Monday, a government official said.
The problem was detected in the plant's No. 2 reactor Monday afternoon after an explosion rocked the building containing the plant's No. 3 reactor, Chief Cabinet Sec...

Tests detect radioactivity on 17 U.S. Navy crew members in Japan

( -- Tests detected low levels of radioactivity on 17 U.S. Navy helicopter crew members when they returned to the USS Ronald Reagan after conducting disaster relief missions in Japan, the military said Monday.
No further contamination was detected after the crew members washed with soap and water, the Nav...

Celebrities take to the web, text and tweet for Japan

( -- Celebrities from Lady Gaga to Linkin Park rallied their fans to ante up for earthquake and tsunami relief in Japan.
Lady Gaga is offering a red-and-white wristband, with the words "We pray for Japan" and an image of the singer's monster paw gesture.
"Little Monsters, show your support for Japan with this 'We Pray For Japan' wristband!" her website said, encourag...

Japan quake may be world's costliest disaster

( -- The devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan will rank among the costliest natural disasters on record, experts predict.
Japan's central bank announced plans Monday to inject a record 15 trillion yen ($183 billion) into the economy to reassure global investors in the stability of Japanese financial markets and banks. The Bank of Japan also earmarked an addi...

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Japanese earthquake could be most expensive ever

NEW YORK ( -- While the full extent of the disaster's aftermath is not yet clear, the earthquake and tsunami that devastated parts of Japan could be the most expensive quake in history.

Its toll on Japan -- its people and its institutions -- is already staggering
By official counts, more than 1,500 people have perished and about as many have been reported missing. There are fears that the death count could go much higher as re....

Bank of Japan to pump cash into banks

NEW YORK ( -- Japanese officials said Sunday they will backstop the country's financial system when markets reopen after Friday's devastating earthquake and tsunami.

The Bank of Japan, in a statement, said it would monitor financial markets and the operation of banks and "stand ready to respond and act as necessary."The head of the Japanese Central Bank, Masaaki Shirakawa, told reporte....

Delta Airlines resumes flights to Japan

[3:13 p.m. ET, 4:13 a.m. Tokyo] Japanese media report 42 people were rescued Sunday in Minami Sanriku, a northeastern Japanese town where an estimated 9,500 people - more than half the town's 18,000 population - are unaccounted for.

[2:16 p.m. ET, 3:16 a.m. Tokyo] Delta Airlines resumed its full flight schedule to Japan on Sunday.

[1:54 p.m. ET, 2:54 a.m. Tokyo] Numerous U.S. rescue and assistance teams arrived Sunday in Japan and are helping lead a broad international effort to bring relief to areas ravaged by Friday's earthqu...

Crowley resigns as State Department spokesman

WASHINGTON ( - P.J. Crowley abruptly resigned Sunday as State Department spokesman over controversial comments he made about the Bradley Manning case.
Sources close to the matter the resignation, first reported by CNN, came under pressure from the White House, where officials were furious about his suggestion that the Obama administration is mistreating Manning, the Army private who is being held in solitary confinement in Quantico, Virginia, under suspicion that he leaked...

Death toll climbs to 1,353, authorities say

[11:00 a.m. ET, 12:00 a.m. Tokyo] The death toll from the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on Friday rose to 1,353, with hundreds more missing, authorities said Sunday.

As of 9:30 p.m. (8:30 a.m. ET), at least 1,085 people were missing and 1,743 injured, according to the National Police Agency Emergency Disaster Headquarters. The number of dead is expected to go...