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Japan Prime Minister Abe to address joint session of U.S. Congress

Although addresses to both houses by foreign leaders are fairly rare, Abe’s will be the third this year.

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Japan confirms deaths of three nationals in Tunisia attack

The victims were killed by two militants who burst from a vehicle and began gunning down tourists.

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Japanese Prime Minister Abe to visit US next month

Obama has placed a premium on deepening US relations with Asia’s fast-growing and populous countries.


Japan PM slams ‘despicable’ Islamist execution threat

The IS warned that they will execute Kenji Goto and Maaz al-Kassasbeh if they don’t get their way.


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 PM Abe to visit this year

The visiting Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi Friday.


Shinzo Abe takes up Prime Minister’s office for the third term with a new defence minister

New defence minister General Nakatani is the only change in Abe’s previous cabinet.


Japan parliament re-elects Shinzo Abe as prime minister

Abe won 328 votes out of the 470 cast by lawmakers in a special session of the lower house today.


A stronger mandate

Abe faces domestic challenges, but his big electoral victory is good news for India.


Abe vows to stick to reflationary policies after election win

“I want to boldly implement the ‘Three Arrows’,” Abe said.


Low turnout but Abe secures big win

Snap election – I believe public approved of two years of our ‘Abenomics’ policies, says PM


Abe re-elected despite low-turnout in Japan polls

TV Asahi said the pairing had won 333 of the 475 seats, while TBS put the figure at 328.


Abe’s ruling party favored to win Japan election

Abe was echoing sentiments shared by many Japanese.

Wish list for $34-bn Japan loans in the works

India is now the largest recipient of ODA from Japan that has been extending bilateral loans since 1958.

Koala diplomacy

Was the G-20 a cuddle-fest disguised as a global summit?