156 people are confirmed to have died in 12 prefectures and around 60 remain unaccounted for in 7 prefectures in western Japan as rescuers continue to search for those missing after torrential rains

Map. History of Japan conflict

18 July 2018
6 day ago
KCNA: "The Japanese reactionaries' such ambition and practical moves are not limited to Asiabut aimed at the whole worldWill the U.S., a senior ally of Japan, want the unlimited expansion of the latter capable of provoking the Second Pacific War?"
6 day ago
KCNA: "Japan's moves for the revival of militarism have reached extremes since the emergence of the Abe government, focusing on military advance overseas with a revanchist ambition after its defeat in the Second World War."
156 people are confirmed to have died in 12 prefectures and around 60 remain unaccounted for in 7 prefectures in western Japan as rescuers continue to search for those missing after torrential rains
Japan floods: images of destruction in Kurashiki as death toll in days of heavy rain rises to 156
14 more found dead in Kurashiki, Okayama Pref., Death toll from torrential rains in western Japan climbs to 146
It's wild out there and it's calmed somewhat from just typhoon Maria
Still a few brave souls on the road, eye wall inbound any minute - typhoon Maria
Japan battles shortage of necessities for survivors of worst flood in decades
1 week ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 - 85km NE of Hasaki, Japan
1 week ago
Earthquake of magnitude 5.0 - 78km ENE of Mutsu, Japan
Conditions really deteriorating now, typhoon Maria is closing in Miyakojim Japan
Death toll from torrential rains in western Japan rises to 120
Pompeo blamed the media for the stark differences in how he assessed the talks compared with how North Korea's Foreign Ministry viewed them
Rescuers race to find survivors after Japan floods kill at least 114
Rescuers race to find survivors after Japan floods kill at least 112
U.S. metal import tariffs could have a big negative impact on auto and other final goods production in the Kansai western Japan region, a senior Bank of Japan official said
Nissan admits falsifying emissions data on cars made in Japan
Tusk: My heartfelt condolences and words of European solidarity with the people of Japan and PM @AbeShinzo. EU will help in any way we can. In view of the tragic circumstances, we are ready to move our EU-Japan Summit from Brussels to Tokyo next week.
Japan PM Shinzo Abe cancels overseas trip as rain toll hits 100
Pompeo: "Yep, the road ahead will be difficult and challenging, and we know critics will try to minimize the work that we've achieved. But President Trump and I believe that peace is worth the effort. And that's something that we all want."
Pompeo on CVID versus FFVD: "Folks can try and parse words should they choose to do so. What's most important is what the North Koreans understandthe demands that the world is making of North Korea it's unmistakable. I've been very clear with them."
Desperate relatives brace for bad news as rescuers dig through landslides in central and western Japan in the wake of severe floods that have so far killed 100
The death toll in the heavy rains and flooding that hot western Japan has risen to 81, 8 people remain in critical condition. At least 58 people are still missing.
Constructive meeting with Japan's FM @konotaromp today to discuss the US - Japan alliance, the cornerstone of regional stability, and maintaining maximum pressure on the DPRK [email protected]
A strong earthquake rocked the Tokyo area at 8.23 p.m. on Saturday. The epicenter was in the Pacific Ocean off the Boso Peninsula in Chiba Prefecture. It measured lower 5 on the Japanese scale.
1 week ago
Earthquake of magnitude 5.9 - 30km SE of Ohara, Japan
The intense rainfall triggered huge landslides and flash floods in Hiroshima, Okayama, Kyoto
Death toll rises to at least 20 in record Japan rains, officials say
Death toll tops 30 in western Japan torrential rain
At least 27 killed, 47 missing as torrential rain pounds Japan
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