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Japanese schools hurry to make plans as missile launches continue
Schools are struggling to figure out how to deal with North Korea's repeated ballistic missile launches.
 
Latest N Korean missile launch 'outrageous,' Japanese PM Abe say
North Korea launched from Pyongyang on Friday a missile that flew over northern Japan before plunging into the Pacific, officials in Tokyo and Seoul said, in a move that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe condemned as "outrageous."
 
Japan's Princess Mako, boyfriend to announce engagement in September
Princess Mako, the eldest granddaughter of Emperor Akihito, and her boyfriend Kei Komuro will publicly announce their engagement on September.
 
This haunting 'wind phone' is helping Japanese say goodbye to the departed
It has been visited by at least 25,000 people since the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011.
 
Japan is observing the 72nd anniversary of its defeat in WWII
Thousands of people attend a ceremony to pay tribute to the more than 3 million Japanese who perished in the conflict.
 
In the autumn of their lives, more Japanese women are starting businesses
In the rapidly aging country, women are increasingly starting careers or launching their own businesses after child-rearing ends or their husbands retire.
 
A suspected bomb has been discovered near the Fukushima nuclear plant
A worker found it when digging up the ground in a car park about 1 km from the plant's damaged reactors.
 
Typhoon Noru affects flights and train services in south Japan
Taiwanese flights cancelled China Airlines, EVA Air, Tiger Air cancel flights to and from Japanese cities
 
Japan plans collect Fukushima nuclear fuel debris from 2021
A Japanese government advisory body has compiled a draft blueprint for recovering nuclear fuel debris from the No. 1 to 3 reactors that melted down at Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc.'s Fukushima No. 1 power plant, it has been learned.
 
Japanese defence minister quits amid cover-up scandal
Japanese Defence Minister Tomomi Inada has stepped down, taking responsibility for an alleged cover-up of controversial military reports on Japanese troops deployed in South Sudan as UN peacekeepers.
 
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