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Russia, Japan agree to intensify peace treaty talks
Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have agreed to intensify talks aimed at reaching a peace treaty that would end a long-running territorial dispute.
Japan’s economy contracts as natural disasters hit
Japan’s economy shrank in the three months to September, official data showed on Wednesday, after a string of natural disasters hit consumer spending and exports, and China’s slowing economy cast a shadow.
Iran’s oil buyers to continue imports
Iran’s oil buyers will continue import after the United States exempted several countries from illegal sanctions reimposed on Tehran following its unilateral withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear agreement.
Japan approves extension for reactor damaged in 2011 quake, tsunami
Japan’s nuclear regulator has approved an operations extension for a 40-year-old reactor near Tokyo that was damaged in the same earthquake and tsunami that sparked the Fukushima disaster nearly eight years ago, a move likely to be controversial.
South Korea warns Japan in row over wartime forced labor
Japan should avoid aggravating historical tensions in a diplomatic row over South Koreans forced to work for Japanese firms during World War Two, South Korea’s foreign ministry has warned.
Mayweather to fight kickboxer Nasukawa in Japan
American boxer Floyd Mayweather opened the door to his first MMA bout by announcing his next fight will be against Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa.
US carrier leads warships in biggest ever Japan war game
The United States and Japan have continued with the biggest combat readiness exercise ever staged in and around Japan.
US carrier leads warships in biggest ever Japan defense wargame
US fighter jets darted over the Western Pacific on Saturday as the nuclear powered USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier joined Japanese destroyers and a Canadian warship for the biggest combat readiness wargame ever staged in and around Japan.
Japan cabinet approves bill to accept foreign workers
Japan's cabinet on Friday approved a draft bill to bring more blue-collar foreign workers into the country, in a controversial move to address chronic labor shortages.
Japan hosts Iran archeological seminar
The 18th Archeological Seminar on Iran was held with the participation of 80 Japanese researchers in Tokyo.
Japan's Okinawa to hold referendum on moving US base
Local politicians in Japan's Okinawa Island have decided to hold a referendum on a government plan to relocate a US military base away from its present urban location.
China, Japan show united front on ‘free and fair’ trade
China and Japan displayed a united front on “free and fair” trade as leaders of Asia’s two biggest economies met Friday in Beijing.
China, Japan seek warmer ties against backdrop of US trade friction
Japan’s prime minister travels to Beijing on Thursday for his first formal bilateral summit with Chinese leaders in seven years as the Asian rivals seek to build on a thaw in ties against a backdrop of trade friction with Washington.
Japan grants cryptocurrency industry self-regulatory status
Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) on Wednesday gave the cryptocurrency industry self-regulatory status, permitting the Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Association to police and sanction exchanges for any violations.
Japan downgrades view of export picture as costs of trade war rise
Japan’s government downgraded its assessment of exports for the first time in two months amid signs of a slowing in shipments due to the trade war between the United States and China.

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