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Japan says Houthis, not Iran, conducted Saudi attacks
Japan says it has not seen any evidence to prove a claim by the United States that Iran was involved in recent attacks on Saudi oil facilities.
Japan exports sink on weaker trade with China, US
Japan's exports fell 12 percent in August from a year earlier as it logged a second straight month of deficits as the toll from trade tensions between its two largest markets deepened.
South Korea removes Japan from ‘white list’
South Korea says it has approved plans to drop Japan from its "white list" of countries, which benefit from fast-track trade status, a tit-for-tat move that intensifies a diplomatic and trade spat between the two countries.
Report: Japan may offer medical aid to Tehran during Abe-Rouhani meeting
Japan is considering offering medical aid to Iran when Prime Minister Abe Shinzo meets with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly later this month, diplomatic sources said Sunday.
South Korea takes Japan to WTO
Syria and Iraq are calling on Europe to decide the fate of around 10,000 women and children they are struggling to maintain in overcrowded camps like al-Hawl in Northern Syria.
South Korea to file WTO complaint over Japan’s exports curbs
South Korea said Wednesday it will file a complaint with the World Trade Organization (WTO) over Japan's "politically-motivated" export restrictions, upping the ante in an intensifying dispute with the neighbor.
At least 30 injured after collision of train and truck in Japan's Yokohama
An express train and a truck collided in Japan’s second-largest city of Yokohama on Thursday, train operator Keikyu Corp said, with fire officials confirming that about 30 people were injured.
Japan won't join US-led maritime coalition in Persian Gulf: Paper
Japan will not join a US-led security mission in the Persian Gulf, but will consider deploying its naval force independently if Tehran agrees, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Tuesday.
South Korea to remove Japan's trusted trade partner status in Sept.
South Korea is expected to put into effect its decision to drop Japan from a list of trusted trading partners later this month, Seoul's Trade Ministry said Sunday, amid a growing trade row between the two Asian neighbors.
Japan's military seek eighth straight annual hike in defense spending
Japan’s military has asked for an eighth straight annual increase in defense spending to help pay for US-made interceptor missiles, stealth fighters, and other equipment it wants to counter threats from its neighbors.
Japan PM says will do everything to ease Mideast tensions
Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said on Friday he plans to do everything he can to ease tensions in the Middle East and wants to talk with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session that starts in September.
Japan's Olympus to buy back 5% stake from Sony
Japanese endoscope maker Olympus Corp (7733.T) said on Thursday it will buy back 68.9 million shares, or a 5.03% stake, from Sony Corp (6758.T).
Kano meets Zarif, vows Japan will help ease Mideast tension
Japan will try to help ease tension in the Middle East, Foreign Minister Taro Kono said on Tuesday as met with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Japan holding rare exhibition on Sami culture
A museum in Japan’s Hokkaido is holding a rare exhibition on the culture of the Sami, an indigenous people of northern Europe and Russia, displaying some 140 items including their craftworks through October 14.

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