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Japan teen ‘forced to dye hair black’ for school

An 18-year-old Japanese girl is suing her local government after her school made her repeatedly dye her naturally-brown hair black, media reports say. The girl...

Japan ‘black widow’ Chisako Kakehi retracts confession

A Japanese pensioner has said she does not remember admitting to a Kyoto court that she had poisoned her fourth husband. Chisako Kakehi stands accused...

Model Ulrikke Hoyer says she was dropped from a show in...

A 20-year-old Danish model claims she was dropped from a Louis Vuitton show because she was "too big" - despite only being size 4-6. Ulrikke...

Emperor Akihito: Japan’s government approves abdication bill

Japan's government has approved a one-off bill which, if passed, will allow Emperor Akihito to abdicate. The 83-year-old emperor said last year that his age...

The international companies using only english

A growing number of global firms are using as English their main language – even if they are based in Japan or France. Nearly every...

Trump tells Abe: US-Japan ties are ‘cornerstone of peace’

Donald Trump said the alliance between the US and Japan was the "cornerstone of peace" in the Pacific, after meeting Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo...

Japan tests innovative magnetic tether for slowing space junk

Japan has launched a cargo ship which will use a half mile- (700m)-long tether to remove some of the vast amount of debris from...

Japan earthquake sparks tsunami advisory near Fukushima

A 7.4 magnitude earthquake off north-eastern Japan near Fukushima prefecture has prompted a tsunami advisory. The quake struck on Tuesday morning at about 06:00 local...

South Korea to deploy marines near Japan-claimed islands, citing North’s aggression

South Korea has risked provoking Japan and angering the United States by announcing plans to station a battalion of marines near a resource-rich territory...

Knife attacker in Japan kills 19 in their sleep at disabled...

A knife-wielding man broke into a facility for the disabled in a small town near Tokyo early on Tuesday and killed 19 patients as...

Knife attacker in Japan kills 19 in their sleep at disabled...

A knife-wielding man broke into a facility for the disabled in a small town near Tokyo early on Tuesday and killed 19 patients as...

Japan rescuers search quake rubble for survivors

Japanese rescue teams today scoured the splintered remains of buildings destroyed by a series of deadly earthquakes in southern Japan as time ran out...

Fans greet River at Ezeiza before flight to Japan

The River Plate team has arrived at the Ezeiza airport, where they will take a flight to Japan at 4.45 pm to play the...

Japan’s Nishikori bows out in Shanghai

Kei Nishikori of Japan reacts before losing to Sam Querrey of the US during their second round match at the Shanghai Masters tennis tournament...

Japan government names radiation physicist as new atomic regulator head

Japan's government nominated Shunichi Tanaka, an expert in radiation physics, to head a new safety regulator, taking a step forward in its efforts to...

Argentina reports US, Japan over ‘trade barriers’

Through a statement released by the Foreign Ministry, Argentina has formally reported the United States and Japan before the World Trade Organization for the...

Japan mourns tsunami dead; grapples with aftermath

Anti nuclear protestors hold candles and make a human chain around the National Diet building to protest against Japanese government''s nuclear policy on the...

Zaccheroni warns Japan not to take Vietnam friendly lightly

KOBE — Japan coach Alberto Zaccheroni has warned his players not to expect a walkover on Friday when the Blue Samurai take on minnow...

Confidence up among Japan’s big manufacturers: BoJ

TOKYO — Sentiment among Japan's major manufacturers turned positive in September as firms recovered from the impact of the country's March disasters, the central...

Typhoon Rains Kill at Least 25 and Maroon Thousands in Japan

Typhoon Talas dumped record amounts of rain in western and central Japan on Sunday, killing at least 25 people and stranding thousands as it...

Japan’s New Prime Minister Vows Gradual Nuclear Phaseout

TOKYO — Japan’s new prime minister, Yoshihiko Noda, promised on Friday to keep Japan on its path of phasing out nuclear power, saying it...

Noda unveils Japan cabinet as he seeks to boost growth

Japan's new Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda has unveiled his cabinet, which will be charged with rebuilding the country and boosting growth. Japan has been trying...

Japan’s jobless rate edges up to 4.7% in July

TOKYO — Japan's unemployment rate rose for the second straight month in July and household spending fell, illustrating challenges for new premier Yoshihiko Noda...

Japan’s political revolving door threatens country’s future

As Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan spends his final days in office before his party holds an internal vote Monday to choose his successor,...

China Says Japan Defense Comments Irresponsible

China has expressed its "strong dissatisfaction" after Japan said it was concerned with China's increasing naval activity in waters surrounding its shores. A Foreign Ministry...

Japan supply paralysis spreads as firms cut output

TOKYO (Reuters) – Sony Corp (6758.T) cut output at five more plants and Toyota Motor (7203.T) delayed restarting assembly lines, as the global supply...

Oil slides after quake, tsunami slam Japan

LONDON (Reuters) – Oil slid by on Friday, with U.S. crude falling below $100, after an earthquake rocked Japan, created a 10-meter tsunami and...

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