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US, Russian, Japanese crew head for space station (Video)
A trio of US and Japanese astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut blasted off from Kazakhstan on Sunday for a two-day trip to the International Space Station, a NASA TV broadcast showed.
Japan's debt-mired economy debilitated further by deflation
Japan's economy, the third-largest in the world, has huffed and puffed its way through 2017, mired in the same negative cycles since its asset price bubble's collapse in the early 1990s.
Japan FM: Tokyo supports JCPOA, confirms no violations by Tehran
Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono said on Friday that Japan supports the Iran nuclear agreement, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and confirms Tehran has not violated the accord.
Japan mulls record defense budget to counter North Korea: Report
Japan plans to increase its defense budget to a record high level for the next fiscal year, allocating money to purchase more American weapon systems to counter North Korea.
Japan survey shows corporate sentiment at 11-year high
A quarterly business outlook survey by Japan's central bank shows corporate sentiment has improved to its highest level in 11 years in the latest upbeat signal for the economy.
Nissan recalls 320,000 vehicles in Japan, eight fires reported
Nissan Motor Co (7201.T) said on Thursday it was recalling nearly 320,000 vehicles in Japan to fix defective coating in an electronic power unit that could cause a short circuit and fire in the worst-case scenario.
Japan's ultra-low rates could hurt banks' business
Economists fear that the Bank of Japan's ultra-low interest rates could hurt banks' ability to do business if they are kept too long, a Reuters poll found on Wednesday.
China marks 80th anniversary of Nanjing massacre
China has held a ceremony to mark 80 years since the massacre of some 300,000 of its people by Japanese troops in the then capital city, Nanjing.
Japan November wholesale prices rise
Japan's wholesale prices rose an annual 3.5 percent in November, the fastest rate in nine years, the Bank of Japan said, in a sign that rising global commodity costs were driving up corporate expenses.
Japan to deport six of 10 North Korean fishermen
Six of 10 North Korean ‘fishermen’ rescued from a tiny wooden boat drifting off northern Japan will be deported back to their country, an immigration official told AFP Tuesday.
US, South Korea, Japan start missile tracking drill amid heightened tensions
The United States, South Korea and Japan have started joint war games amid high tensions on the Korean Peninsula over the North’s military program.
Japan big manufacturers' mood improves in Oct.-Dec.
Large Japanese manufacturers turned more optimistic about economic conditions in the October-December quarter, a government survey showed on Monday, in another upbeat sign for an economy on a record run of growth.
Japan to host joint missile drills with US, South Korea
Japan’s Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera has announced that a joint drill with the United States and South Korea will be held this week amid an escalated stand-off in the region over North Korea’s missile and nuclear tests.
US, Japan, South Korea to hold missile tracking drill
The United States, Japan and South Korea will hold two days of missile tracking drills starting on Monday, Japan’s Maritime Self-Defense Force said, as tensions rise on the Korean Peninsula.
Japan’s third-quarter GDP growth  beats forecast, grows twice as fast
Japan’s economy grew twice as fast as originally estimated in the third quarter thanks to big gains in capital expenditure, revised data showed on Friday, with expansion seen to continue thanks to buoyant exports.

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