Martin Fackler The New York Times


'Martin Fackler The New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Departing From Country's Pacifism, Japanese Premier Vows Revenge for Killings

    Departing From Country's Pacifism, Japanese Premier Vows Revenge for Killings

    When Islamic State militants posted a video Sunday showing the grisly killing of a Japanese journalist, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reacted with outrage, promising "to make the terrorists pay the price."

  • More radioactive water leaks at Japanese plant

    More radioactive water leaks at Japanese plant

    At least 45 tons of highly radioactive water have leaked from a purification facility at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station, and some of it may have reached the Pacific Ocean, the plant's operator said Sunday.

  • In Japan's danger zone, the stranded await the merciful

    In Japan's danger zone, the stranded await the merciful

    Some are stuck in their homes, fearful of radiation, heeding government warnings to stay indoors, cut off without electricity or phone service. Others want to leave but have no gasoline. Still more, those whose homes were ruined, wait helplessly for evacuation at crowded shelters. All face dwindling supplies of heating fuel, food and water. A week ...

  • Survivors return to confront all that was lost

    Survivors return to confront all that was lost

    One couple rode out the tsunami on top of an irrigation tower, crammed in with three other people. A man had to abandon his car in a field and run for it. Another couple simply got lucky, riding out the torrents in their house, one of the few in a swath of destruction that inexplicably held together. They began streaming back to this stricken rice ...

  • Japan tsunami: Toll could rise to more than 1,300

    Japan tsunami: Toll could rise to more than 1,300

    Rescuers struggled to reach survivors on Saturday morning as Japan reeled after an earthquake and a tsunami struck in deadly tandem. The 8.9-magnitude earthquake set off a devastating tsunami that sent walls of water washing over coastal cities in the north. Concerns mounted over possible radiation leaks from two nuclear plants near the earthquake ...

  • US and South Korea begin joint Naval exercises

    US and South Korea begin joint Naval exercises

    The United States and South Korea began naval exercises on Sunday that were meant as a warning to North Korea for recent provocations, including last week's deadly artillery attack on a island populated by South Koreans in the Yellow Sea. At the same time, China stepped up its diplomatic efforts to cool tempers in the region, with a senior envoy ho...

'Martin Fackler The New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Departing From Country's Pacifism, Japanese Premier Vows Revenge for Killings

    Departing From Country's Pacifism, Japanese Premier Vows Revenge for Killings

    When Islamic State militants posted a video Sunday showing the grisly killing of a Japanese journalist, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reacted with outrage, promising "to make the terrorists pay the price."

  • More radioactive water leaks at Japanese plant

    More radioactive water leaks at Japanese plant

    At least 45 tons of highly radioactive water have leaked from a purification facility at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station, and some of it may have reached the Pacific Ocean, the plant's operator said Sunday.

  • In Japan's danger zone, the stranded await the merciful

    In Japan's danger zone, the stranded await the merciful

    Some are stuck in their homes, fearful of radiation, heeding government warnings to stay indoors, cut off without electricity or phone service. Others want to leave but have no gasoline. Still more, those whose homes were ruined, wait helplessly for evacuation at crowded shelters. All face dwindling supplies of heating fuel, food and water. A week ...

  • Survivors return to confront all that was lost

    Survivors return to confront all that was lost

    One couple rode out the tsunami on top of an irrigation tower, crammed in with three other people. A man had to abandon his car in a field and run for it. Another couple simply got lucky, riding out the torrents in their house, one of the few in a swath of destruction that inexplicably held together. They began streaming back to this stricken rice ...

  • Japan tsunami: Toll could rise to more than 1,300

    Japan tsunami: Toll could rise to more than 1,300

    Rescuers struggled to reach survivors on Saturday morning as Japan reeled after an earthquake and a tsunami struck in deadly tandem. The 8.9-magnitude earthquake set off a devastating tsunami that sent walls of water washing over coastal cities in the north. Concerns mounted over possible radiation leaks from two nuclear plants near the earthquake ...

  • US and South Korea begin joint Naval exercises

    US and South Korea begin joint Naval exercises

    The United States and South Korea began naval exercises on Sunday that were meant as a warning to North Korea for recent provocations, including last week's deadly artillery attack on a island populated by South Koreans in the Yellow Sea. At the same time, China stepped up its diplomatic efforts to cool tempers in the region, with a senior envoy ho...

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