Trump’s re-listing of North Korea as a sponsor of terrorism comes a week after he returned from a 12-day trip to Asia in which containing North Korea’s nuclear ambitions was a centerpiece of his discussions.
Shinzo Abe accidently lost balance while coming out of a bunker in the golf course. To save himself from the embarrassment, he pulled a crazy acrobatic stunt. While Donald Trump didn’t notice it, the aerial cameras caught it and the video went viral.
Bomb threats are extremely uncommon in Japan. No explosives were found and no arrests were made in any of the cases, which took place far away from the capital.
US President Donald Trump and Japan PM Shinzo Abe have had six meetings since the former’s election and the two have spoken over phone as many as 16 times.
Shinzo Abe easily won the race Wednesday with 312 votes in the 465-seat lower house. He is expected to reappoint the same ministers to his Cabinet later in the day.
United States President Donald Trump heads to Asia on a 12-day trip on November 3 with Japan being his first stop. Thereafter, he would travel to South Korea, China, Vietnam and Philippines.
The concept of quadrilateral cooperation among India, Japan, Australia and US is inextricably linked to China’s emergence as a great power, whose unilateralism drives Asian nations to band together
Donald Trump will visit Japan from November 5 to November 7 for a five-nation Asia tour and the game with Matsuyama has been scheduled on the first day at the Kasumigaseki Country Club in Kawagoe near Tokyo
The president “spoke yesterday with” Abe to congratulate him on his recent electoral victory, the White House said. “The two leaders underscored the importance of a free and open Indo-Pacific region, and a strong United States-Japan alliance,” it said.
Abe and Trump spoke over telephone after the Japanese premier’s ruling coalition scored a big win in an election on Sunday.
Japan election 2017: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party along with coalition partner the Komeito, won at least 312 seats in the 465-member House.
Shinzo Abe got a resounding victory in the snap polls held yesterday, with his LDF-led coalition winning two-thirds majority in the lower house of Parliament.
Shinzo Abe’s coalition kept its two-thirds “super majority” in the lower house, reassuring investors that his “Abenomics” economic reforms would continue
Voters in the capital were already forced to brave torrential rain and driving winds on election day.
A hefty victory would raise the likelihood that Abe, who took office in December 2012 promising to bolster defence and reboot the economy, will win a third term as LDP leader next September and go on to become Japan’s longest-serving premier.