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Furious shareholders of the company that runs Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear power station joined campaigners Thursday to demand the permanent closure of the utility's atomic plants as it held its annual meeting.
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Shareholders join demonstrators to demand TEPCO close nuclear plants

 

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe broke a nearly weeklong silence Tuesday and apologized for sexist taunts shouted by a party member at a young Tokyo assemblywoman.
Japan PM apologizes for party member's remarks

 

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe formally announced Tuesday an outline of his long-awaited growth strategy, a slew of reforms meant to revitalize the economy and restore its global competitiveness.
 

A Tokyo city lawmaker from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling party admitted on Monday he had been responsible for a sexist taunt shouted at a young assemblywoman in a debate on motherhood.
 

Lawmakers met behind closed doors Friday to hear results of a probe into a study that was the basis of Japan's 1993 apology over its use of wartime sex slaves — a review that South Korea and China have slammed as an attempt to discredit historical evidence of such abuses.
Japanese lawmakers report on review of sex slave controversy

 

A pair of Japanese farmers whose livelihoods were wrecked by the 2011 nuclear disaster have staged a protest at Tokyo's agriculture ministry, scuffling briefly with police as they unsuccessfully tried to unload a bull from a truck.
 

Japan on Wednesday finally fell into line with other major developed countries and made the possession of child pornography illegal, but the sometimes graphic images of pedophilia in manga comic books remain legal.
 

A Japanese cabinet minister apologized on Tuesday after appearing to suggest people in nuclear disaster-hit Fukushima could be persuaded to put up with contaminated waste if the government threw cash at them.
 

Japan and North Korea are preparing to hold fresh talks after Pyongyang's surprise pledge to probe the Cold War kidnappings of Japanese nationals, a report said Sunday.
 

Japan has caught 30 whales off its northern coast in its first hunt since an international court ordered the halt of its annual expedition in the Antarctic, officials said Friday.
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