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Posted in: Japan says it has offered Mauritius 'unprecedented' support, including financial See in context

You will find more details about the "unprecedented" support in this recent article from Forbes Magazin....what Japan is offering after this ecological catastrophe is a shame!

https://www.forbes.com/sites/nishandegnarain/2020/09/06/japans-science-missteps-risk-major-diplomatic-incident-in-mauritius-over-wakashio-oil-spill/#51825a7610ba

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Posted in: Japanese bulk carrier that caused Mauritius fuel spill passed annual checks See in context

6 people from Japan to Mauritius as help??? That's it??? Japanese vessel but Panamanian flag and low cost labor from the Philippines and India: Always the same...such kind of companies are always looking for profit optimization, low costs and don't care about environmental issues. They will never learn out of past mistakes and other accidents. Now Mauritius will have to suffer for years. In some weeks no newspaper will speak about it and the Japanese company will continue to make money. It's really sad.

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Posted in: Japan reports over 600 cases on Thursday; 286 in Tokyo See in context

TokyoiteToday  02:42 pm JST

moreskeToday  01:23 pm JST

I think that the number of infections has always been high. They had no interest to publish the real numbers before the decision about the Olympics. Later Koike had no interest to communicate the real numbers before her re-election. But now they have to admit step by step the truth. Why should the situation in Tokyo be different than in the other big cities in the world?

If this is true, can you explain the incredibly low death rate?

2020/07/09 = 0

2020/07/10 = 0

2020/07/11 - 1

2020/07/12 = 0

2020/07/13 = 1

2020/07/14 = 0

2020/07/15 = 1

2020/07/16 = 

If living people with symptoms cannot be tested, do you really think that the authorities test people postmortem? I don't trust the official statistics. There are too many political and economical interests.

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Posted in: Japan reports over 600 cases on Thursday; 286 in Tokyo See in context

I think that the number of infections has always been high. They had no interest to publish the real numbers before the decision about the Olympics. Later Koike had no interest to communicate the real numbers before her re-election. But now they have to admit step by step the truth. Why should the situation in Tokyo be different than in the other big cities in the world?

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