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December, 11, 2016

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Japan gunman kills 1, wounds 3 in rare shooting
A gunman who shot dead a construction worker and wounded three others at their office in Japan was on the run Monday, in a country where firearms violence is extremely rare.
Dances with clappers
Participants perform a folk dance as they parade through Tokyo streets during an annual "Yosakoi" festival in Tokyo, Saturday, Aug. 27.
Japan pledges to invest US$30 bil. in Africa by '18
Japan will pour US$30 billion in investment in Africa by 2018, including US$10 billion in infrastructure development, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Saturday at a summit in Nairobi.
Flights grounded as typhoon hits near Tokyo
A powerful typhoon struck near Tokyo on Monday, the first for 11 years to hit the densely populated region, temporarily shutting down Japan's biggest airport and grounding more than 500 flights nationwide.
Japan first lady Akie Abe makes visit to Pearl Harbor
The wife of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited Pearl Harbor, bombed by Japanese planes nearly 75 years ago in an attack that brought the United States into World War II.
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Japan automakers move quickly into mirrorless vehicles
Japanese automobile and parts manufacturers are developing "mirrorless vehicles" that use cameras and monitors instead of traditional rearview and side mirrors.
Strong 6.0 quake hits northern Japan: USGS
A strong earthquake struck off the coast of northern Japan for a third consecutive day early Sunday though there were no immediate reports of people injured or damage.
Japan will request a record defense budget next year amid growing worries over North Korea and tensions with China, reports said Friday.
Japan will develop a new land-to-sea missile as part of plans to beef up its defence of remote southern islands, as tensions with mainland China increase over the disputed territory, a report said Sunday.
Cool Kitty
Japanese character Hello Kitty joins waitresses who work in Akihabara district as they sprinkle water on a perimeter of a shrine during an annual summer event at Kanda Myojin shrine in Tokyo, Sunday, Aug. 14. The event was held as a countermeasure to urban heat islands.
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