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Death toll from Japan floods rises to 50

The death toll from days of heavy rain and flooding in southern Japan rose to 50 on Tuesday with another dozen people still missing,...

Search for survivors continues after flooding and mudslides in Japan

Deep floodwaters and the risk of more mudslides that have left at least 34 people confirmed or presumed dead have hampered search and rescue...

Japan’s economy takes delicate steps to reopening while balancing health risks

Japan’s economy is reopening cautiously with social-distancing restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic. The delicate “new normal” balancing act playing out around the world is precarious...

Japan’s economy takes delicate steps to reopening while balancing health risks

Japan’s economy is reopening cautiously with social-distancing restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic. The delicate “new normal” balancing act playing out around the world is precarious...

Father and son fight extradition to Japan in Carlos Ghosn case

A father and son accused of smuggling ex-Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn out of Japan in a box are fighting their extradition to the country,...

Man arrested over fatal arson attack at Kyoto anime studio

Police have arrested a man suspected of starting a fire that killed 36 people in an animation studio in Japan. Officers in Kyoto said Shinji...

Japan set to end Tokyo’s state of emergency

Japan is set to remove a coronavirus state of emergency from Tokyo and four other prefectures on Monday, allowing businesses to gradually resume. Economy Minister...

Japan launches new unit to step up defence in outer space

Japan has launched its new space defence unit to monitor and counter threats to the country’s satellites. The Space Operations Squadron, part of Japan’s Air...

Japan enters recession as world leaders mull options on ending lockdown

Japan’s economy plunged into recession in the first quarter as the coronavirus pandemic suppressed business activity, while leaders in the US and Europe are...

Jack Ma parts company with Japan’s SoftBank Group

Chinese billionaire Jack Ma is stepping down from the board of SoftBank Group Corp, as the Japanese technology company struggles over its risky investments...

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Lewis Hamilton strives for equality following dominant Styrian Grand Prix win

Lewis Hamilton has singled out Ferrari by claiming they are not doing enough to combat racism. Following his poor performance at Spielberg’s Red Bull Ring...

Body found at lake where Glee actress Naya Rivera went missing

A body has been found at the California lake where former Glee actress Naya Rivera went missing, police have said. The 33-year-old disappeared while on...

Epstein victim to speak at Ghislaine Maxwell bail hearing

One or more victims of Jeffrey Epstein plan to tell a judge that his ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell should be denied bail on charges that...

Kosovo president visits prosecutors who have charged him with war crimes

Kosovo’s president visited prosecutors at The Hague who have charged him with criminal responsibility for crimes including nearly 100 murders during and after his...

Almost 400 million more customs declarations expected as Britain ‘secures’ border post-Brexit

An extra 400 million customs declarations could have to be issued a year under new post-Brexit border controls, it is understood. The figure, from sources,...
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