OSAKA--The Osaka District Court ordered the Environment Ministry to reveal the names of local governments that agreed to accept or considered accepting debris from the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake. Presiding Judge Kenji Tanaka said citizens have the right to know if debris from the triple disaster of the earthquake, tsunami and Fukushima nuclear accident would be stored in their communities. Although the ministry released the answers from 54 local governments that responded to the survey, it did not provide their names.


Debris and rubble from the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami are transferred to a school playground in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture. MINAMI-SANRIKU, Miyagi Prefecture--A hospital worker who lost his nurse wife and colleague when the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami destroyed their workplace has hailed the planned opening of its replacement here.
KESENNUMA, Miyagi Prefecture--A family whose house was washed away in the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami has finally been reunited with its two surviving cats after more than four years apart.


11 struck down the government’s decision to keep the names of the municipalities under wraps out of concern that disclosure could hamper waste transfer projects.



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