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Japan is expected to have produced 941,000 babies in 2017, the lowest since surveys began in 1899.
POSTED |  22-12-2017
Japan and China have largely agreed on how to implement a maritime and aerial communication mechanism.
POSTED |  06-12-2017
The UNHCR has urged Japan to resettle more asylum seekers after giving refugee status to just 3 people in the first half of the year.
POSTED |  20-11-2017
Japan supports the US stance on pressuring North Korea over its nuclear weapons program.
POSTED |  08-10-2017
Japan marked 72 years since the world’s first nuclear attack on Hiroshima on August 6, 2017.
POSTED |  06-08-2017
Japan has protested South Korea's plan to create a memorial day for the Korean women forced into Japan’s military brothels.
POSTED |  21-07-2017
A men-only island in Japan has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.
POSTED |  10-07-2017
Japan and other members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership have agreed to pursue their trade...
POSTED |  21-05-2017
North Korea fired four ballistic missiles into the sea off Japan’s northwest, angering South Korea and Japan.
POSTED |  06-03-2017
Sleep deprivation is doing more harm in Japan than just making people grumpy and unhealthy.
POSTED |  16-02-2017
The US defense secretary is expected to underscore US security commitments...
POSTED |  01-02-2017
Japan and Russia agreed at a leaders’ summit to revive security talks and start discussing economic cooperation.
POSTED |  15-12-2016
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte sought to assure Japan that his high-profile...
POSTED |  26-10-2016
China’s Defence Ministry said Japan is “playing with fire” with plans to step up activity in the contested South China Sea.
POSTED |  29-09-2016
North Korea fired a submarine-launched missile that flew about 500 km towards Japan.
POSTED |  24-08-2016
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