Newspaper Association Award NHK’s War Dead Remains Against a Series of Scoops, etc. October 7 at 5:41 PM
Nhk’s scoop, which revealed the reality of having been neglected for many years, was selected for this year’s Newspaper Association Award, which was awarded to excellent media reports, without the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare announcing that it was suspected of having erraved the remains of war dead.
In a series of news reports from July to September last year, NHK revealed the fact that the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare had not made it public and had been neglected for many years, even though experts who dna-tested the remains collected as those of Siberian detainees pointed out again and again that they were “not Japanese.”
The special program also covered the efforts of men who continue to search for the remains of their sisters who died in group self-decision, as well as american specialized organizations with the latest appraisal technology, and told them about the challenges of collecting remains in Japan.
As for the reason for the award, the Japan Newspaper Association said, “The government, which had initially denied it, acknowledged the fact and began a drastic review of its collection business. A series of scoops that question the responsibilities that a nation should fulfill is an excellent investigated report.”
In addition, the Newspaper Association Award
The Kobe Shimbun’s report on the violence that occurred among elementary school teachers
Video of Fuji TV, which captured the forefront of the treatment of the new coronavirus
Photo report of Okinawa Times Inc., which filmed the fire at Shuri Castle,
The mainichi newspaper’s campaign report questioning the right of foreign children to learn,
At the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing, a series of reports by the Chugoku Shimbun, which reported on the unreleveled damage, were selected.
The award ceremony will be held on the 26th of next month at a newspaper competition in Kobe City.