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The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency ordered Tepco in March 2011 to delay announcing that the pressure level in one of the Fukushima No. 1 plant’s wrecked reactors was spiking to critical levels, teleconference footage released by the utility shows.
Images of Tokyo Electric Power Co. teleconferences during the initial stages of the nuclear crisis, as well as other materials and information, confirm that Tepco was forced to defer an announcement after pressure inside the reactor 3 containment vessel suddenly spiked to alarming levels around 6 a.m. March 14.
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Free agent outfielder Hideki Matsui is in the final stages of negotiations with the Tampa Bay Rays on a minor league contract, club officials said Monday.
Once he signs, Matsui will join extended spring training in Florida before reporting to Triple-A Durham, according to the St. Petersburg Times’ online edition.
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A Japanese woman whose ice cream was praised by a Michelin-starred chef during a popular British cooking competition is now bringing a range of Japanese-themed flavors to Londoners.
Aki Matsushima found fame after reaching the latter stages of the BBC’s MasterChef competition — an amateur cooking contest watched by millions every week.
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Airbus (EADSY.PK +1.6%) says it’s entered into a $2.5B deal with Garuda Indonesia to sell 11 new aircraft. The purchase is part of Garuda’s plans to double its fleet size over the next three years. The planes will be delivered in stages, with the first due in Q4 of 2014. Post your comment!
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Three of the biggest names in opera come together for a once in a lifetime concert performance. Opera superstar Anna Netrebko returns to Berlin’s stunning Waldbuhne, one of the world’s most impressive open stages. Against this amazing backdrop, she…
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Public support for Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda’s Cabinet has risen 2.6 percentage points from February to 31.6 percent, according to a Kyodo News poll released Tuesday.
But the telephone poll conducted Monday and Tuesday also showed 56.0 percent of the respondents are against the Noda administration’s plan to raise the consumption tax to 10 percent in stages, while 42.1 percent support the move. The number of respondents was not provided.
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Global brewers including Anheuser-Busch Inbev (BUD +0.1%) are lining up to make a run for Starbev – owner of the Czech lager Staropramen – according to the WSJ. Sources say talks are only in the early stages on a deal that could fetch as much as $3B for the company. Post your comment!
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