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UPDATE: Death toll rises to 7 in southwestern Japan floods; princess delays engagement announcement
Record rainfall lashed southwestern Japan through Thursday, leaving seven people dead and over twenty unaccounted for.
 
Japan's odds of intercepting a North Korean ICBM: not good
Recent legislation makes it legal for Japan to intercept such ICBMs, but strict conditions and technological barriers are in the way.
 
At least 1 dead as record-breaking rain continues to hit northern Kyushu
A man died and another caught in a landslide was in cardiac arrest as heavy rain keeps battering the northern part of Japan's Kyushu region.
 
The Japanese PM's party has suffered a historic loss
Defeat in Tokyo assembly election comes amid scandals and a gaffe by a cabinet minister.
 
A journalist with close ties to the Japanese PM is being accused of rape
The case was dropped even though police issued an arrest warrant for the man. She is seeking justice.
 
Japanese hot springs refocus on therapeutic stays
More and more hot spring operators across the nation are working to promote modern-style toji recuperative stays that focus on therapeutic bathing.
 
Bodies of US sailors found following collision off Japan
The bodies of "a number" of U.S. sailors who went missing after their destroyer collided with a cargo ship off the coast of Japan have been found in the section of the vessel that was damaged, the US Seventh Fleet said Sunday.
 
Seven missing after US destroyer collides with cargo ship
Seven U.S. sailors are missing and several injured after their destroyer collided with a Philippine-flagged cargo ship off the coast of Japan.
 
Robot to go under water in Fukushima reactor
The robot was jointly developed by the International Research Institute for Nuclear Decommissioning and Toshiba Corp. The remote-controlled robot is called Mini Manbo because its motion under water resembles that of a sunfish (manbo).
 
LATEST: Japanese upper house passes controversial anti-conspiracy bill
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling party and a coalition partner railroaded a controversial anti-conspiracy bill through the upper house of parliament early Thursday.
 
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