Hero for the animals of Fukushima A year after a devastating tsunami ravaged parts of Japan, the town of Tomioka is still under mandatory evacuation. It’s just 10 miles from the Fukushima nuclear plant, well inside the “exclusion zone.” But one man, Naoto Matsumura, refuses to leave. And for one reason: to care for the abandoned animals who have no way out. The heroism — the absolute selflessness — is almost beyond comprehension.
Voici le seul être humain qui vit encore à Fukushima. Quand j'ai vu pourquoi il a fait cela, j'ai eu les larmes aux yeux...
"Rwanda has the highest percentage of women appointed to government in the world. Women account for 64 percent of its parliament. (In comparison, America ranks 83rd with 18 percent.) This is the same country that 20 years ago was in the throes of a genocide that consumed its population at a speed unparalleled in modern history. In 1994, Rwanda experienced 100 days of bloodshed that left some 800,000 people dead. " These women are an inspiration, to say the very least.
Just One Man Remains in Fukushima Radiation Zone - He's Feeding All the Animals Left Behind