Map. History of Japan conflict

26 September 2018
World's oldest person, a Japanese woman, dies at 117
Japan will strengthen its oversight of suicidal posts on socialmedia after 9 dismembered bodies were found in October 2017 in Zama, near Tokyo
Two people died and dozens were injured by a fire that broke out at a construction site in suburban Tokyo on Thursday afternoon
Japan executes six more cult members of deadly sarin attack
3 Indonesians missing after South Korean fishing boats collide off Japan's Hokkaido
Japan has executed all 13 members of the doomsday cult Aum Shinrikyo, which carried out the 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway - NHK
Japan's Kishida boosts Abe's chances of staying on as PM
'Unprecedented' Japan heatwave kills 65 in a week
Japan's Kishida unlikely to run in ruling party leadership race: Kyodo
2 month ago
KCNA: "The silly behavior of the Japanese diplomatic boss is a wicked and mean one of narrow-minded guys of an island nation to stem at any cost the trend of the regional situation developing on good terms and get rid of the position of 'passing Japan'."
Russia authorities confiscated satellite-based mobile phones from Japanese officials when they were entering a Russian-controlled disputed island, though the visit had been mutually arranged between the countries
At least 6 people, all senior citizens, died Monday from heatstroke in Japan as the temperature hit 41.1 C (106 F) in Kumagaya, a city north of Tokyo, the highest ever recorded in the country
Temperature hits 41.1°C (106°F) near Tokyo, the country's highest temperature ever recorded - Kyodo
62% disapprove of Abe's response to western Japan rain disaster
Japan official urges caution over Trump's complaint on strong dollar
More than 30 people have died from heatwave that has scorched Japan since July 9. The public have been warned the extremely high temperatures will linger for days to come
2 month ago
KCNA: "Clear is the job to be done by Japan. It must properly settle its crime-woven past, to begin with. Herein lies the reason why the international community denounces Japan as a war criminal and a political dwarf, though it is zealously showing off money bag."
Japan exports to U.S. fall, business mood sours amid fears of trade war
2 month ago
Two Koreas's civic groups vow cooperation in bringing home remains of forced labor victims from Japan
2 month ago
KCNA: "Japan still remains unchanged in its base way of thinking that money can resolve everything. Showing off its purse, Japan is talking about 'international contribution'Japan says it redeemed its sinful past with a meager amount of money, denying its crime-woven history."
2 month ago
KCNA: "Japan is a shameless country which has not yet repented of its past crimes, to say nothing of apology and reparation, 73 years after its defeatWhat the politicians of an island country uttered are socrude. They should be called charlatans rather than politicians."
8 people died and thousands were taken to hospitals on Wednesday alone, as heatwave continue to scorch Japan, sending the mercury over 40 C in some parts. disaster
2 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 51km ENE of Hasaki, Japan
ANA will cancel 378 domestic flights in August due to RollsRoyce engine inspections
Japan and EU signed a free trade deal to create one of the world's largest economic areas accounting for about 600 million people in 29 countries
The trade deal that will eliminate 99 percent of tariffs, which cost businesses in the EU and Japan nearly €1 billion annually.
EU-Japan trade deal is 'clear message against protectionism': Tusk
Tusk: With the largest bilateral trade deal EVER, today we cement Japanese-European friendship. Geographically, we are far apart. But politically and economically we could hardly be any closer. With shared values of liberal democracy, human rights and the rule of law.
Japan, EU sign massive trade deal
Heatwave blankets Japan, kills 14 people over long weekend
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