Masahiro Imamura: Japanese minister quits over Fukushima comments

Japan’s reconstruction minister has resigned after making a remark that was seen as offensive to those affected by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Masahiro Imamura said “it was rather good” that the north-east of the country was hit, as an earthquake near …
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