Suspect in ’95 Tokyo Attack Is Said to Be Caught
New York Times
England's James Haskell says time overseas has made him better
Japanese mayor approves plan to restart nuclear power plant
Mainali, with family, heads back to Nepal for first time in 18 years
Social Media, Information and Political Activism in Japan’s 3.11 Crisis
United States Women's Soccer to Play Sweden and Japan This Weekend: Fan's Take
Last Week's Japan News
Most victims of sexual crimes in Japan never seek help.
According to a government report, many women attempt to deal with the trauma of an attack or rape by themselves.
67.9% of respondents to a poll said they had told no one about the incident.
When asked why, 46.2% replied they were "too embarrassed" to talk about the horrible experience. Twenty-two percent said they wanted to forget the whole thing. Twenty-nine percent, the third largest reply, was "nothing will change if I speak up."
Source: Jiji Press
Book a hotel in Japan with Bookings
Japan News Japan Statistics politics
Sunday, June 17, 2012