Published: Apr 06, 2022
"I told (Prime Minister Fumio) Kishida our position to oppose the discharge remains exactly the same," said Hiroshi Kishi, head of Japan's national fisheries cooperatives. "We just hope people in the fisheries industry will be able to continue fishing with peace of mind."
Published: Oct 29, 2021
Years of conflict have taken a grave toll on Yemens economy and infrastructure. Besides the hunger crisis, the war-torn country also has over 15 million people lacking access to clean drinking water, and the situation is only getting worse.
Published: Aug 15, 2021
If youve eaten sushi anywhere in the U.S., chances are the rice came from Californias Sacramento Valley. Fritz Durst, a sixth-generation farmer, has grown the grain and other crops there for more than four decades. But this year, amid a historic drought, Durst is planting only half as many acres of rice as usual.
Published: May 06, 2021
A cabinet meeting has approved measures to help alleviate the financial burden of people amid this fresh wave of Covid-19 by reducing electricity and water bills in May and June, a news source said on Wednesday.