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Japanese man dies on flight after swallowing 246 packets of cocaine
A Japanese man with 246 packets of cocaine in his stomach and intestines died midflight on his way from Bogota to Tokyo, authorities said in northern Mexico where the plane made an emergency landing.
Japanese refiners want US waivers for Iran oil imports
Japanese refiners want to get a sanctions waivers extension from the U.S. government for oil imports from Iran, Takashi Tsukioka, president of the Petroleum Association of Japan (PAJ), said.
Japanese scientists take ‘significant step’ towards bringing prehistoric mammoths back to life
The last woolly mammoth populations died out just over 4,000 years ago, but the prehistoric giants could soon be back and plodding about just like they were during the ice age.
Japanese parts suppliers in China hurt by  US trade war friction, JETRO survey shows
Japanese companies that operate in China to supply parts and materials to exporters there are affected more by US-China trade friction than other Japanese firms working in the country, according to the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO).
Japanese government to conduct body scanning experiment at subway station in Tokyo
The Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism plans to conduct an experiment to scan passengers' bodies at a Tokyo subway station next month as part of efforts to strengthen security following a fatal attack on a bullet train last year.
Japanese demand action in territorial row with South Korea, clash with police
A group of protesters calling for the Japanese government to do more to regain control of an islet disputed with South Korea clashed with police on Friday (February 22), as others joined a memorial ceremony held to reassert their territorial claims.
Four Japanese films to be screened in Iran
The Japanese Embassy in Iran and the Farabi Cinema Foundation will screen four Japanese films and animations on February 28 and 29.
Japanese prefecture to allow children to bring smartphones to school
The Osaka — Japan — prefectural government has decided to allow public elementary and junior high school students to bring mobile phones with them to school, beginning this April.
Japanese couples increasingly begin to arrange prenuptial agreements
An age-old practice fairly common in many Western countries is now gaining a foothold in Japan, with more and more people insisting on drawing up prenuptial agreements to ensure they are protected should their marriage end badly.
Survey: Japanese cities worried about receiving more foreign workers
Nearly half of cities and towns across Japan are concerned about how to provide appropriate treatment to foreign workers as they prepare for an influx after this spring with the government's new policy on addressing a chronic labor shortage, a survey conducted by Kyodo News showed on Sunday.
Japanese SoftBank's Vision Fund in talks to invest $1.5b in Chinese used car platform
The SoftBank-led Vision Fund is in talks to invest up to $1.5 billion in Chinese used car trading platform, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
Trade friction hits output at Japanese factories
Factories in Japan took another hit in December with the second-straight month of shrinking output, underlining a warning by the central bank about growing risks to the economy from slowing global growth and a Sino-US trade war.
Blackmail letters with suspected cyanide sent to Japanese firms
Nine Japanese companies, including drug makers and a newspaper, have received blackmail letters containing white powder suspected to be cyanide, police and local media said Sunday.

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