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I don't think you should just mention the U.S. together with Germany etc, they have been rather level-headed and I didn't see any urgent messages like that on their homepage.

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Leave Japan?? Ok, let the whole country just get up and leave?? Any brighter ideas??

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Finally, a reason for the existance of all those extra airports!

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Germany’s Lufthansa airline became the first major European carrier Tuesday to announce that its daily flights to Tokyo will be diverted from Japan’s disaster zone

Talk about chicken sh!t.

This weekend, Lufthansa started to check planes returning from Tokyo for excessive levels of radiation, but none was detected.

But diverted. Who can get to Tokyo, or north, from Osaka? It's despicable!

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