Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
Japanese suicides decline to lowest in over 40 years
Suicides in Japan in 2019 fell to their lowest number in more than 40 years, police said on Friday, marking the 10th straight year of declines.
New discovery shows Persian settlement in Japan in 765 CE
Japanese researchers say they have found evidence of at least one Persian man living in Japan’s ancient city of Nara in the eighth century.
Japan's Abe warns conflict with Iran impacts entire world
Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo warned that military confrontation with Iran will affect global peace and stability, as he visited the Middle East in the hope of easing tensions spiked by the recent US assassination of a top Iranian general.
Hikikomori: New definition helps identify, treat extreme social isolation
Experts in the Japanese phenomena of hikikomori say the condition of extreme social isolation is more widespread than previously acknowledged, and it deserves a clear and consistent definition to improve treatment across the globe.
Accused admits murders at Japan care home but denies guilt
A Japanese man admitted killing 19 disabled people at a care home near Tokyo in 2016 but pleaded not guilty because he claims he is mentally ill.
Ghosn vows to clear name at first appearance since fleeing Japan
Fugitive auto tycoon Carlos Ghosn vowed Wednesday to clear his name as he made his first public appearance at a news conference in Beirut since skipping bail in Japan.
Japan's December factory activity contracts at faster pace as output slumps: PMI
Japanese manufacturing activity shrank at a faster pace in December than in the previous month as output slumped, underscoring growing pressure on businesses from sagging demand abroad and at home.
Ghosn's network of influence made it 'easy to flee' Japan: Prosecutors
Carlos Ghosn should have been kept in jail because his network of connections made it “easy for him to flee” house arrest, prosecutors in Japan said.
How Japanese art influenced van Gogh
‘Van Gogh & Japan’, an illuminating film about Vincent van Gogh’s interest in Japanese art and how it influenced and affected his work, went on screen at the Spazju Kreattiv Cinema in Valletta, capital of Malta.
Bailed tycoon Ghosn 'escapes' to Lebanon from Japan
Ousted Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn was in his childhood home of Lebanon on Tuesday after fleeing Japan, raising questions about how one of the world’s most-recognized executives slipped away while on bail.
Seven bodies found on suspected North Korean fishing boat in Japan
Seven badly decomposed bodies were found in a suspected North Korean fishing boat that washed up on a Japanese island, a coast guard official said.
Japan factory output, retail sales fall
Japan’s industrial output slipped for the second straight month in November, raising the likelihood the economy will contract in the fourth quarter due to slowing demand abroad and at home.
Japan to send own vessels to ensure safe delivery of oil without joining US coalition: Govt.
Japan will send a military vessel and two patrol planes to help protect waterways in the Middle East, but will not join a US-led coalition in the region, the Japanese government said Friday.
Japan revises Fukushima cleanup plan, delays key steps
Japan on Friday revised a roadmap for the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant cleanup, further delaying the removal of thousands of spent fuel units that remain in cooling pools since the 2011 disaster.
China seeks closer regional ties out of trade uncertainty with US
China made overtures on trade to Japan and South Korea and offered support for an infrastructure initiative as it hosted the leaders of its two neighbors this week amid strained relations with the United States.

Page Generated in 0/6703 sec