The Chinese internet is brimming with anger at Japan over Fukushima. Hear why

Japan's decision to release treated nuclear wastewater from the Fukushima power plant into the Pacific ocean has caused a huge backlash in China. The Chinese government has banned all Japanese seafood imports. Fears over radioactive contamination...

Fukushima nuclear plant starts releasing treated radioactive water to sea

CNN's Kim Brunhuber and Marc Stewart look into how Fukushima's nuclear plant in Japan started releasing treated radioactive water into the sea.

Hear why these South Koreans are worried about Japan's Fukushima wastewater release plan

The IAEA has given Japan the green light to release treated wastewater from the Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports that has fishermen in South Korea worried.

IAEA approves plan for Fukushima's wastewater

The international nuclear watchdog says Japan's plan to release treated radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant will have a "negligible impact on the environment." A nuclear expert shares his analysis with CNN's Anna Coren.

'A new era': Germany quits nuclear power, closing its final three plants

Germany's final three nuclear power plants close their doors on Saturday, marking the end of the country's nuclear era that has spanned more than six decades.

This community went 25 years without a newborn, underscoring the severity of Japan's population crisis

When Kentaro Yokobori was born almost seven years ago, he was the first newborn in the Sogio district of Kawakami village in 25 years. His birth was like a miracle for many villagers.

Tokyo High Court acquits three former Tepco executives over 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident: NHK

The Tokyo High Court on Wednesday acquitted three former Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) executives, finding them not guilty of manslaughter over the 2011 triple reactor meltdown at its Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, Japan's public...

Wildlife is flourishing around Fukushima

Nearly a decade after Japan's Fukushima nuclear disaster, researchers have discovered that wildlife is thriving in the areas evacuated by humans, despite radiological contamination.