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US, Japan, S Korea to confirm commitments to security in Taiwan Strait

Washington: Leaders of the United States, South Korea and Japan, during their trilateral meeting in Camp David on Friday, will confirm their commitments to the security in the Taiwan Strait, a senior US administration official told reporters.

Guterres warns against nuclear catastrophe risk in message to Nagasaki memorial

UN Secretary-General António Guterres called for countries to recommit to eliminating nuclear weapons in his message to mark the 78th anniversary of the atomic bombing of the Japanese city of Nagasaki, observed on Wednesday.

Japan: 260 flights canceled as typhoon Khanun approaches

Tokyo/UNI: At least 264 flights have been canceled in Japan due to the approach of typhoon Khanun, the NHK broadcaster reported on Monday.

Japan on alert: Scorching heat and torrential rain pose threat

Tokyo/IBNS: Japan faced a dual weather crisis on Sunday as scorching temperatures and torrential rain wreaked havoc across the nation, prompting the government to issue heatstroke alerts to tens of millions of people.

Bhutan: Japanese technology implemented in Thimpu to treat wastewater

Thimphu is witnessing the implementation of Japanese technology-   Johkasou wastewater treatment- to treat wastewater in the Bhutanese city.

Japan: 5 killed in bus, truck collision in Hokkaido

Tokyo: Five people died after a bus collided with a truck in Japan's northern prefecture of Hokkaido on Sunday, according to local authorities.

Japan: One dead, 2 injured in chemical factory explosion

Tokyo: One man died and two others sustained light injuries following an explosion at a chemical plant in Japan's Niigata Prefecture on Wednesday, local media reported.

Japan: Three injured after apparent shooting at SDF gun range

Tokyo: Japanese police arrested a Self-Defense Force member Wednesday after he allegedly fired a rifle and injured at least three people at a Ground Self-Defense Force shooting range in Gifu City in central Japan, local media reported.

Amid opposition, Japan to release nuclear-contaminated water from Fukushima Daiichi plant into ocean

Tokyo: Japan has started sending seawater into an underwater tunnel built to release nuclear-contaminated water into the ocean from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, local media reported on Tuesday.

China Coast Guard vessels electronically proclaim presence around Senkakus: Report

Tokyo: The Japanese Coast Guard has said the China Coast Guard (CCG) vessels have been navigating in Japan’s territorial waters around the Senkaku Islands in Ishigaki, Okinawa Prefecture, since March, while operating automatic identification system (AIS) equipment to announce their presence, according to media reports.

Japan, Vietnam to work together to tackle China in nearby water: Reports

Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and his Vietnamese counterpart Pham Minh Chinh on Sunday joined hands to tackle the territorial claims that China makes on the nearby waters, media reports said on Wednesday.

Japan PM's suspected attacker to undergo mental evaluation

Tokyo: A man, who is suspected of throwing an explosive device towards Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida last month, will undergo a psychiatric evaluation, informed sources told UNI Monday.

Japan confirms Ukrainian President Zelenskyy’s participation in G7 events

Hiroshima: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will attend the G7 Summit in Japan's Hiroshima in person, the Japanese Foreign Ministry has confirmed.

G7 Summit: Tension mounts as Chinese warships sail around Japan

A Chinese naval flotilla led by a powerful destroyer has been on a 12-day circumnavigation of Japan’s main islands as tension prevailed in the region with Tokyo aiming to host G7 leaders next week in Hiroshima.

6.3 magnitude earthquake rocks Japan's Ishikawa region

Tokyo/IBNS: A 6.3 magnitude earthquake occurred in the central Ishikawa region of Japan, as reported by the Japan Meteorological Agency.