Japan: Please Stop Sensational Reporting

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Japan's foreign ministry has called for responsible reporting. (Credit: Business and Leadership, screenshot)

Japan’s foreign ministry has called on the international media to report objectively and not sensationally about the “continuing nuclear crisis at the Fukushima power plant.”

According to BusinessandLeadership.com, the ministry accused sensational reporting of being responsible for Japanese importing blocks.  For example, foreign secretary Chiaki Takahash highlighted an inaccurate report claiming that Tokyo Electric Power Co. employed “homeless people to tackle the ongoing crisis.”

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