Drone delivers food to Japan town hit by nuclear disaster

Drones are delivering food to residents of a Japanese town devastated by the Fukushima nuclear disaster where access to shops is limited. Residents were allowed to return to the Minamisoma area last year but obtaining supplies can be difficult. Operators …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Major Crypto Exchange Bitfinex Obtains Banking Par...
views 69
Already, most exchanges in major markets like Japa...
Japan lawmakers want first strike options as North...
views 307
Japan Self-Defense Forces soldiers inject fuels in...
Japan's Dai-ichi Life eyes Cambodia, U.S. in ...
views 276
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Dai-ichi Life Holdings I...
US Open champion Osaka reaches Pan Pacific Open fi...
views 89
TOKYO (AP) -- Naomi Osaka eased into the final of ...
Nikkei ekes out 5th day of gains in wake of Japan-...
views 128
TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Tokyo stocks closed higher Thursd...
The Bank of Japan Is on Cruise Control
views 226
Citing a need for sustainability, the Bank of Japa...
Japan election weighs controversy of US bases on O...
views 73
TOKYO – Okinawans headed to the polls Sunday to ch...
Scandal-hit Moritomo Gakuen could face criminal ch...
views 309
told the Mainichi Shimbun and other parties on Mar...
EU, Japan to sign massive trade deal as US puts up...
views 94
The European Union's top officials arrive in Japan...
Japan Finmin Aso likely to meet U.S. Treasury Secy...
views 280
TOKYO Japan and the United States are arranging a ...