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Prince William to start first Japan visit with green tea

The Duke of Cambridge is making his first visit to Japan, starting Thursday.

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Tokyo Marathon ups security after Islamic State killings

About 30,000 runners are expected to take part in the race through the streets of Tokyo.


More than 2,000 sue Japan’s Asahi newspaper over ‘comfort women’ reports

The move is the latest salvo in the battle over Japan’s history.


Abe and ministers pile pressure on Japan firms to raise wages

As the economy climbs out of recession PM and economic minsters pressure firms to raise wages to sustain growth.


Japan’s new aid policy seeks to gain more global clout

Japan’s Cabinet adopted new guidelines for international aid, stating provisions for foreign armed forces.


World’s first robot-staffed hotel to open in Japan

A theme park in typical Dutch style has unveiled plans to open the modern hotel with robot staff.


Japan aims to restart nuclear reactor in June

But the move would be controversial in a nation where most oppose nuclear power.


World’s oldest man turns 112 in Japan

Momoi remains active and participates inactivities such as throwing a ball and practicing calligraphy.

Jordanians hold candles during a candle vigil in support of Japan, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Amman, Jordan, Monday, Feb. 2, 2015.

Hostage killings highlight threat, meager options for Japan

In light of the ruthless Japanese hostage killings, Japan to review it’s respomse and stance towards the Islamic State group.


Islamic State releases new audio message read by Japanese hostage

It purportedly extended the deadline for Jordan’s release of an Iraqi would-be hotel bomber.


Japan turns to ‘I am Kenji’ Facebook page on hostage crisis

The page asks people to post self-portraits and other photos with a sign that says “I am Kenji.”


Japan working to gain IS hostage’s release, analyzing video

Attention was focused on trying to save Kenji Goto, a 47-year-old journalist who was shown in the video.


Japan condemns apparent IS execution of hostage Haruna Yukawa, demands release of remaining captive

Abe said the government would spare no effort to secure the release of the remaining captive.


Japan vows to ‘never give up’ search for Islamic State hostages

“We will never give up. We will bring them home,” said Deputy Foreign Minister Yasuhide Nakayama.


2 Japanese hostages: How their lives got intertwined

Their capture by the Islamic State group has created a sudden crisis for Japanese PM Shinzo Abe.