Japan S Quake Survivors Still In Temporary Homes Three Years On

014-03-104 hours ago Chikako Nishihara, 64, has been living in a 215-square-foot (20-square-meter) temporary apartment in Sendai prefecture with her eldest son since Japans deadliest earthquake in March 2011 left

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9 hours ago TOKYO -- Chikako Nishihara, 64, has been living in a 215-square-foot temporary apartment in Sendai prefecture with her eldest son since Japans deadliest earthquake in March 2011 left her home uninhabitable. “It’s cold in the winter and the walls are so thin that you can hear our neighbors’ footsteps; they must hear us too,” said Nishihara, whose heart condition …

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9 hours ago The Terui family were among the lucky winners of a lottery for the first temporary homes to be built after Japan's quake and tsunami. The speed with which the homes went up in Rikuzentakata is

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6 hours ago National police said the death toll two months after the earthquake stands just short of 15,000. Almost 10,000 others still are unaccounted for, down from more than 17,000 shortly after the quake.

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8 hours ago The residents of the Terauchi No. 2 housing project served up heaping portions of thick, tangy Japanese curry, with a side of steamed rice and grilled ham. Navy spouse Masako Sullivan, left, shares gifts donated by military families with residents of the Terauchi No. 2 temporary housing complex in Minamisoma, Japan, about 30 minutes west of the Fukushima shore.

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9 hours ago Reporting from Rikuzentakata, Japan — For Mika Terui, unit 5-2 of this devastated community's newest housing complex was home, finally home. The 39-year-old mother of three felt like one of the

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7 hours ago The Terauchi No. 2 temporary housing community in Minamisoma, where 40 households still live, more than three years after the disasters of March 11, 2011 left them homeless. (Erik Slavin/Stars and

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9 hours ago With more than 150,000 people still at shelters across northern Japan, officials are aiming to build temporary housing for 62,000 households. Families will be expected to return to permanent housing within two years. Officials faced numerous challenges in …

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7 hours ago RIKUZENTAKATA, Japan — For Mika Terui, unit 5-2 of this devastated community”s newest housing complex was home, finally home. The 39-year-old mother of three felt like one of the luckie…

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8 hours ago For some in this Japanese temporary housing unit, it's their first big laugh since March 11 when the earthquake and tsunami wiped out their small fishing village. When the laughter grows, the clowns from Georgia 'ham it up' even more. They know it is an important part of the healing process for those who endured so much physical and emotional pain.

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2 hours ago Chikako Nishihara, 64, has been living in a 215-square-foot (20-square-metre) temporary apartment in Sendai prefecture with her eldest son since Japans deadliest earthquake in March 2011 left her home uninhabitable. “It’s cold in the winter and the walls are so thin that you can hear our neighbours’ footsteps; they must hear us too,” said Nishihara, whose heart condition …

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6 hours ago Mar 11, 2014. The staggering loss of life and property still overwhelms people who were caught up in the historic magnitude-9.0 earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeast coast three years ago

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Just Now An 86-year-old Japanese woman waves back and blows a kiss. When the red-headed American feigns catching it and falls over from the sheer force of the imaginary kiss, the crowd erupts in laughter. The Georgians take the uncharacteristic outburst by the stoic Japanese in stride. After all, that’s what clowns do – bring laughter and joy.

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Just Now Two years after a devastating tsunami hit northeast Japan, many people are still crammed in temporary housing, with no hope of moving any time soon. Duration: 02:00

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9 hours ago Given that most of those who have begun rebuilding their homes have only laid the foundation, the actual number of families in temporary shelters is no doubt much higher than 40 percent.

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3 hours ago The government of Japan says it will take three years to clean up the debris left behind by the giant tsunami that washed over that country's northeast coast in March. An estimated 130,000 people

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