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Japan / Kobe / Earthquake Aftermath #407817

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 10, 1996
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(Studio: Gene Randall) Report introduced.

(Istanbul: May Lee) The background to mock ceremonies awarding Kobe, Japan, for having the worst record for the environment and housing in any world city featured; scenes shown from Kobe, which was flattened by an earthquake 17 months ago. Charges that the city is not helping the people noted. [Japan National Land Agency Toshiyasu NODA - defends the government reaction to the Kobe earthquake.] The recent eviction of 200 homeless people from Tokyo's rail station so a multi-million dollar walkway could be built also mentioned. [Activist Toshiyukoi DOI - talks about Japan's society.]

Lee, May;
Randall, Gene

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