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Man from Fukushima looks after animals that were left behind

After the 2011 nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan, most residents evacuated the area and never returned. Sakae Kato has stayed behind and made it his life's mission to look after the abandoned animals that still roam the area. #Fukushima

Around 50 people were feared dead after deadly Japan floods

Around 50 people were feared dead after deadly Japan floods

Volunteers struggle to save wild animals from Australia fires

Volunteers struggle to save wild animals from Australia fires

Zimbabwe Drought: Wild animals in danger as water sources dry up

Zimbabwe Drought: Wild animals in danger as water sources dry up

Coronavirus: SOS call from closed zoos in Colombia

Coronavirus: SOS call from closed zoos in Colombia

The Turkish brothers who make handcrafted cowboy boots

The Turkish brothers who make handcrafted cowboy boots

TikToks to get you going in Ramadan

TikToks to get you going in Ramadan

Afghans react to the withdrawal of US troops

Afghans react to the withdrawal of US troops

Twitter to open its first Africa office in Ghana

Twitter to open its first Africa office in Ghana

'You are in the wrong neighbourhood’: US soldier arrested for shoving Black man

'You are in the wrong neighbourhood’: US soldier arrested for shoving Black man

Turkey's first domestic COVID jab on the way

Turkey's first domestic COVID jab on the way

Notre Dame coming back to life

Notre Dame coming back to life

The Congo’s colonial history

The Congo’s colonial history

FBI accesses computers across the US to delete Microsoft Exchange hacks

FBI accesses computers across the US to delete Microsoft Exchange hacks

A new UK film charity will challenge Muslim stereotypes on screen

A new UK film charity will challenge Muslim stereotypes on screen

Actor Hank Azaria apologises for voicing Indian character Apu on ‘The Simpsons’

Actor Hank Azaria apologises for voicing Indian character Apu on ‘The Simpsons’

Five Prince Philip 'gaffes' that caused a stir

Five Prince Philip 'gaffes' that caused a stir

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