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Hours before the talks between the leaders, Russia announced the start of military exercises on two of the disputed islands involving more than 1,500 personnel.
The prime minister may be hoping Meiji Kakizaki will offer a direct liaison between the Prime Minister’s Office and political reporters.
The devices have found popularity with older people and those with disabilities.
People in their 20s made up the largest proportion of the group, at 52, while those in their 30s and 40s totaled 72.
Mobile phone calls received in Japan from nonexistent international phone numbers surged in September in a suspected billing fraud and victimized at least one woman, ...
The U.S., Japan, Australia and India have been bolstering cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region amid growing Chinese assertiveness.
The National Police Agency will introduce an online video lecture for so-called excellent drivers.
The cost will be split evenly between the government and the LDP, but the spending plan has been drawing criticism, especially on the internet, for ...
The craft is set to travel to an asteroid some 10 billion kilometers away, arriving in July 2031.
Eating is currently only allowed if audiences are limited to 50 percent of seating capacity.
Following the proclamation ceremonies, the government is likely to start full-fledged discussions on how to ensure stable imperial succession.
Downgrading of advisories to start with those where the pace of new coronavirus infections is slow, including Australia, New Zealand and Vietnam.
The aim of the project is to supply the cells to 1,000 patients per year at ¥1 million per person.
Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga aims to increase My Number card holders to nearly the whole of the country's population by the end of fiscal 2022.
The 97-year-old princess, the widow of Prince Mikasa, is in a stable condition and is able to converse and eat.
People in their 20s made up the largest proportion of the group, at 26, while those in their 30s and 40s totaled 28, the metropolitan ...
According to a survey in July, 68.5 percent of foreign students set to graduate next spring were without job offers compared to 22.3 percent of ...
The plaintiff claims it was unreasonable for the government to withhold the information as it prevents discussion of whether the mask policy was appropriate.
The incident occurred within Japan's territorial waters as the patrol boat was warning the fishing vessel to leave while sailing alongside it.
Mount Fuji saw its first snowfall of autumn on Monday, occurring two days earlier than usual and 24 days earlier than last year, the Kofu ...