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Tokyo Stock Exchange suspended

Trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange has been suspended because of a problem with the system for relaying market information. The stock exchange said all...

Tiny Rubik’s Cube goes on sale in Japan to mark 40th anniversary

A tiny but playable Rubik’s Cube – so little it fits on your fingertip – has gone on sale in Japan to mark the...

Typhoon lashes South Korea after battering Japanese islands

A powerful typhoon has damaged buildings, flooded roads and knocked out power to thousands of homes in South Korea after battering islands in southern...

Typhoon Haishen batters southern Japan

The second powerful typhoon to batter Japan in a week unleashed fierce winds and rain on southern islands on Sunday. Typhoon Haishen blew off rooftops...

Second crew member found after livestock ship sinks off Japan

Japanese rescuers have found a second crew member and multiple dead cows in the water where a livestock ship is believed to have capsized...

Search under way as ship feared sunk with 42 crew and 5,800 cows

Rescue crews are searching for a livestock ship with 42 crew that is reported to have sunk off the coast of Japan. A survivor from...

Japan PM Shinzo Abe expected to resign amid health concerns

Persistent health concerns have prompted Shinzo Abe to seek to step down as Japan’s prime minister, Japanese broadcaster NHK has reported. Mr Abe, who turns...

South Korean leader offers olive branch to Japan on liberation day

South Korean President Moon Jae-in has offered talks with Japan to resolve a bitter feud over wartime grievances as the nation celebrated the 75th...

Made In Matcha

Matcha is not only a nice beverage to have it also has great benefits for the skin, with minerals, nutrients and anti-oxidants for health...

Statues cause stir between South Korea and Japan

Statues in South Korea of a man kneeling in front of a girl symbolising victims of sexual slavery by Japan’s wartime military have become...

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Protests flare in Philadelphia after police kill black man

More than a dozen people have been arrested and more than 30 officers were injured in protests stemming from the fatal police shooting of...

Macron announces new national lockdown in France

French president Emmanuel Macron has announced a second lockdown in France from Friday, to try to combat a strong resurgence of the coronavirus. With over...

Turkish leaders condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoon of President Erdogan

Turkish officials have railed against French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo over a cover page cartoon mocking Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, accusing it of...

Spanish doctors stage walkout over ‘weakened’ health system

Spanish doctors are staging their first national walkout in 25 years in protest over what they say are poor working conditions and the weakened...

Hurricane warning for Louisiana as powerful storm swirls over Mexico

The US state of Louisiana is once again under a hurricane warning as a powerful storm swirled across Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula on a path...
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