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Japan's Hayabusa-2 probe to head for Earth
Japan's Hayabusa-2 probe will leave orbit around a distant asteroid and head for Earth today after an unprecedented mission, carrying samples that could shed light on the origins of the solar system.
Iranian feature film grabs 2 awards in Japan
Iran's cinematic work ‘6.5 Per Meter’ directed by Saeed Roustaee received 2 prizes at the Tokyo International Film Festival in Japan.
Police believe Japan's castle fire unlikely caused by arson: Kyodo
Police believe a fire that tore through World Heritage-listed Shuri Castle in Japan’s southern-most island of Okinawa this week was not likely to have been caused by arson, Kyodo news agency reported, citing sources.
Fresh rains slam storm-drenched Japan, killing at least 4
Torrential rains have battered parts of eastern Japan, killing at least four people, causing rivers to overflow and prompting evacuation orders for hundreds of thousands two weeks after the areas were hit by floods and high winds from Typhoon Hagibis.
Abe supports JCPOA, calls on all parties to fulfill their commitments
Iranian VP says survival of deal requires commitment of all parties
Japan’s Prime Minister Abe Shinzo, highlighting the significance of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) for protecting international peace and security, said Thursday that Tokyo still supports the 2015 deal and demands all parties to fulfill their commitments.
Japan's Abe renews call on South Korea to keep promises as a chance to mend ties
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon agreed on Thursday on the need to cooperate on North Korea despite frigid bilateral ties, but Abe repeated that Seoul needed to keep its promises for relations to improve.
Japan's emperor completes enthronement in ancient ceremony
Japan's Emperor Naruhito completed his ascension to the Chrysanthemum throne on Tuesday in a ceremony steeped in the traditions of a monarchy that claims 2,000 years of history.
Japan says will not join US anti-Iran 'coalition' in Mideast
Japan says it will not join any US coalition in the Middle East, but is considering sending its own forces in a bid to ensure oil shipments from the region.
Japanese storm shelter faces outrage after turning away two homeless
A Japanese evacuation center turned away two homeless people as a deadly typhoon approached on the weekend, prompting widespread criticism and a promise from the prime minister on Tuesday that it would not happen again.
Japan searches for survivors as Typhoon Hagibis death toll hits 56
Tens of thousands of rescuers worked into the night Monday to find survivors of a powerful typhoon in Japan that killed at least 56 people, as fresh rain threatened to hamper their efforts.
At least 26 dead as Typhoon Hagibis slams Japan
Tens of thousands of rescuers were working through Sunday night to reach people feared trapped in Japan by landslides and floods caused by a powerful typhoon that killed at least 26, officials and local media said.
North Korea accuses Japan of 'deliberately' sinking fishing boat, demands compensation
North Korea has demanded Tokyo pay compensation for a fishing boat that sank earlier this week in an incident which Pyongyang described as a deliberate and "gangster act" in the Sea of Japan.

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