A lower court in Seoul ordered Japan to compensate 12 Korean women, who were forced to serve as “comfort women” for its military during the Second World War. The verdict is expected to pave the way for more such judgments
The company which operates the plant, Tokyo Electric Power, has collected over 1.23 million tons of contaminated water since the collapse of the nuclear plant in 2011
Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the state of the nuclear threat 75 years after the first atom bomb was dropped in Hiroshima.
After three quarters of a century of the nuclear bombings, the Japanese people continue to resist creeping militarism and right-ward tilt. The government of Shinzo Abe has been pushing for expanding military power
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the dropping of the atom bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. To this day, we are under the threat of nuclear war.
The Jordanian Teachers Syndicate, the largest union in the country with over 100,000 members, is being persecuted days after it staged a rally demanding that the government implement an agreement signed in October over hiking educators’ wages
In this episode we look into ongoing regime change attempts in Venezuela, anti US military protests in Japan and increasing illegal Israeli settler violence in Palestine.
The base, hosting about 3,000 US marines, was established after the US defeated the Japanese army in the Battle of Okinawa in 1945
The law will prevent people and organizations from using public spaces to indulge in hate speech. It also mandates awareness programs
The doomsday clock, set up by the scientists involved in the Manhattan, is now 2 minutes away from midnight that symbolizes annihilation
The two countries are key components of US strategy in the region that seeks to counter rising Chinese influence