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North Korea accuses Japan of destroying peace amid trade spat with South
North Korea has denounced Japan's decision to impose US-like trade restrictions against South Korea over a wartime dispute, calling the move a threat to “the trend of peace" on the Korean peninsula.
Japan takes US-like economic measures against South Korea over historic row
Japan has summoned the South Korean ambassador over a wartime dispute, which is now escalating into a trade row as Tokyo started taking economic measures similar to that of the United States against China.
Japan arson suspect identified after blaze kills 33
Japanese police identified the man suspected to have started a fire at an animation studio that killed 33 people as Shinji Aoba, public broadcaster NHK said on Friday.
More efforts required to stop school bullying in Japan
Six years after a law on measures to stop bullying in schools was introduced, school officials and boards of education in Japan continue to come under criticism for inappropriate responses to bullying cases that have prompted the victims to take their own lives.
Over 10 feared dead in suspected Japan animation studio arson
More than 10 people are feared dead and dozens injured or missing in a suspected case of arson at an animation studio in the Japanese city of Kyoto on Thursday, domestic media reported.
South Koreans hit Japan’s PM with kimchi during rally in Seoul
South Korean protesters have staged rallies in the capital Seoul against Japan amid a trade dispute between the two countries.
Russia rejects starting talks with Japan on return of islands: Kyodo
Russia has rejected starting talks with Japan on the return of two disputed islands despite an agreement last year, in a move that could further delay the signing of a peace treaty, Kyodo news agency says.
Japan sees decline in value-added trade surplus with Korea
Tokyo’s export curbs to negatively impact global economy due to correlated trade structure.
Iran to sign first contract to barter oil for power plant restoration
Iran is to sign a contract with a Japanese company for the restoration of a power plant which will be financed through a barter mechanism involving Iran’s oil.
Japan, South Korea fail to end trade dispute
Japan and South Korea have failed to mend a dispute that could threaten global supplies of microchips and smartphone displays, after officials met in Tokyo on Friday for a more than five-hour briefing that drew media attention for its frosty start.
South Korea steps up effort to get US help in export row with Japan
South Korea’s foreign minister told US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that Japan’s export curbs against Seoul are “undesirable”, the Foreign Ministry said on Thursday, as a trade row between the East Asian neighbors grows.
Nine deer at famed park in Japan die after eating plastic bags
Nine deer at a famed park in western Japan have died recently after swallowing plastic bags.
Trade feud with Japan feared to hurt S. Korea's growth
Concern is growing over the effect Japan's recent imposition of targeted export curbs will have on the South Korean economy, with some analysts forecasting they will drag the GDP growth rate below two percent.
Hiroshima-Iran Love & Peace Film Festival held in Japan
The sixth edition of 'Hiroshima-Iran Love & Peace Film Festival' was held in the Japanese city Hiroshima, screening a number of Iranian and Japanese films for seven days.
Japan raises economic assessment for May on robust output data
The government raised its assessment of the economy for May on Friday, saying downside trends are coming to a halt, helped by upbeat industrial production, though an uncertain outlook for the global economy remains due to the US-China trade dispute.

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