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Sarawak polls: Analysis - conflicting signals from DAP campaign

PETALING JAYA: The crowd finally came out for DAP on Sunday night. The party's ceramah in the suburb of Kuching known as "4 1/2 mile" was overflowing with people. It was the party's biggest so far.

'Hearts are in pieces' five years after tsunami hits Japan

RIKUZENTAKATA, Japan (Reuters) - Japan on Friday mourned the thousands who lost their lives in a massive earthquake and tsunami five years ago that turned towns to matchwood and triggered the world's worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl in 1986.

Japan's Sendai reactor power ramp-up halted due to pump problem

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Kyushu Electric Power has halted the ramp-up of power output from its Sendai No. 1 nuclear reactor due to a problem with a pump in the plant's secondary cooling system, a spokesman said on Friday.

Japan restarts reactor in test of Abe's nuclear policy

TOKYO/SATSUMASENDAI (Reuters) - Japan has restarted a nuclear reactor for the first time under new safety standards put in place since the Fukushima disaster in 2011, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seeks to reassure a nervous public that the industry is now safe.

Frozen in their 2011 tragedy

MINAMISOMA (Japan): In a cold drizzle Takayuki Ueno combs a desolate winter beach for the bones of his three-year-old son, unable to move on in his grief until he finds the remains of a boy killed by Japan’s monstrous tsunami four years ago.

Volunteers pitch in at Subang air force base to send out aid to flood victims

WHEN news of the recent floods in the east coast of peninsular Malaysia reached the ears of senior citizen Alice Ong in Malacca, she knew she just had to help.

British tsunami brothers use funky footwear to help children - TRFN

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When British brothers Rob and Paul Forkan survived the Indian Ocean tsunami 10 years ago that killed both their parents, they knew they had to use their lives to help other children in need.

Rebuilding lives, restarting communities

Two organisations that stepped up to the plate explain how they helped put lives back on track.

Tsunami early warning systems

Technology has provided efficient tsunami early warning systems in the countries affected by the 2004 disaster. As memories fade, though, political will and financial commitments need to remain steadfast if the system is to continue working.

A special type of tourism

Meulaboh, one of the hardest hit areas in Aceh, wants to encourage tourism — but not just your typical beach tourism.