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Eight killed in avalanche in central Japan
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Investigators are poring over a Japanese mountain after a massive avalanche tore through a group of high school students and teachers, killing eight, amid questions about why avalanche warnings were ignored and whether they had proper equipment.
Japan avalanche: Seven high school students, teacher killed during mountain climbing trip
Japan avalanche kills seven students and a teacher near Nasu Onsen ski resort north of Tokyo
Avalanche hits school group in Nasu, Japan
Japan to 'bomb North Korea' in missile strike before crazed despot Kim Jong-un can 'destroy' the country in nuclear ...
JAPANESE lawmakers are calling for new laws to allow Tokyo to launch pre-emptive strikes against an increasingly aggressive Kim Jong-un. The maniacal tyrant has angered the entire peninsula with recent missile tests as he seeks to develop his nuclear ...
Nuclear war: Japan to 'bomb North Korea' before Kim Jong-un destroys peninsula
As North Korea fires missiles, some in Japan want the ability to launch strikes
North Korea sparks debate in China
'Salad cake' mania sweeps Japan, proves you do win friends with salad (cake)
She draws on traditional Japanese ingredients, such as Koji and tofu, and all-natural vegetable-derived colourings to pretty-up the hybrid health treats—and the results are actually quite breath-taking. "To make the salad cake we use a sponge base.
Japan loans Manila military planes for South China Sea
A pair of TC-90 training and maritime surveillance aircraft from Japan are given a water cannon salute from fire trucks following their arrival at a naval base in Sangley point, Cavite province on March 27, 2017 for a handover ceremony from the Japan ...
Japan court rules in favor of restart of Kansai Elec's Takahama reactors
Kansai Electric, Japan's most nuclear-reliant utility before the disaster, estimates it will save 7 billion yen ($63 million) per month in fuel once it restarts both reactors. The restart schedule for the reactors, however, is still uncertain because ...
Japan high court rules nuclear reactors can restart
Japan's Court Rules in Favor of Restarting 2 Takahama NPP Reactors
Decoupling Is Hard to Do for Japan Stocks Still Tied to the Yen
Japan's stock market is again showing itself handcuffed to U.S. growth prospects and its own currency. Ties tightened in the last week as separate selloffs exceeding 1 percent befell Topix investors for no other reason than the failure of Donald Trump ...
Japan's top-down corporate culture may be poised for change ...
In a nation known for long working hours and a firm top-down corporate culture, one company is rethinking how it does business. CBRE, one of the world's ...
Japan Nuclear Reactor Halt Overturned by Higher Court: NHK
A Japan court overturned a decision barring the operation of two nuclear reactors, NHK reported. The ruling is a win for the nation's atomic operators and the government following the 2011 Fukushima disaster. The Osaka High Court ruling removes a ...
Premium melons sold for £21500 in Japan
Some days, you treat yourself to organic raspberries and mangoes. Other days, when it's been a while since payday, perhaps you stick to apples and bananas. Prepare for your mind to boggle then, at the news that people in Japan are buying melons that ...
Why Should a Melon Cost As Much As a Car?
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Thailand sign MOU with Japan, want to learn from Samurai Blue success
ESPN FC (blog)
Thailand signs football MOU with Japan Thailand's Somyot Poompanmoung and his Japanese counterpart Kohzo Tashima signed the MOU in Tokyo on Tuesday. The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) is aiming to learn some of the secrets of Japan's ...