Japan's new railway cameras can detect drunk passengers to help save lives

Japan's new railway cameras can detect drunk passengers to help save lives
You absolutely do not want to drink and drive. But maybe you don't want to take public transportation home either — at least not until you can walk a fairly straight line. When it comes to railway accidents, recent statistics from Japan are sobering …
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Japan restarts first nuclear reactor since Fukushima disaster
"The Nuclear Regulation Authority and Kyushu have not applied a robust enough risk assessment — they have disregarded the seismic and volcanic risks involved, while the reactors at Sendai are also aging," Ai Kashiwagi, of Greenpeace Japan, told CNN.
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China allows currency to strengthen, a revealing new crime and Japan's longest day
Historical grievances Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe is expected to make a speech to mark the 70th anniversary of the country's defeat in the second world war — and South Korea and China will be listening closely for an apology. (The Economist).
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