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Korean Air flight lands safely after smoke in cockpit scare
A Korean Air flight carrying more than 150 passengers landed safely at a Japanese airport Friday shortly after pilots reported seeing smoke in the cockpit, officials said.
 
Japan radical nabbed in cop killing after four-decade hunt
A Japanese leftist radical has been arrested and charged in the killing of a police officer after more than four decades on the run, authorities said Wednesday.
 
5 workers exposed to radiation at Japan nuke lab
Japan's Atomic Energy Agency says five workers at a nuclear facility that handles plutonium have been exposed to high levels of radiation after a bag containing highly radioactive material broke during equipment inspection.
 
The dementia timebomb: Aging Japan faces health care crisis
Kanemasa Ito compares caring for his wife Kimiko to waging a daily war with the devil. The woman he loved has all but disappeared -- lost to dementia, she can no longer eat, bathe, or go to the toilet alone.
 
Japan parliament passes emperor abdication law
Japan's lower house of parliament passed a bill Friday that allows ageing Emperor Akihito to step down, as it also called for a rare debate on the role of women in the male-dominated monarchy.
 
Yoshie Oka, the first person to raise the alarm outside Hiroshima that the Japanese city had been hit by an atomic bomb, has died aged 86, media and acquaintances said Tuesday.
 
Actor Hugh Jackman attened a press conference of their film
Actor Hugh Jackman, left, and director James Mangold pose for photographers during a press conference of their film "Logan" Thursday in Tokyo Thursday
 
China confirmed Monday that it is investigating six Japanese citizens, following a Japanese news report that Chinese authorities had detained six men possibly for spying.
 
Five things to know about the Japanese royals
Japan is setting the stage for its first imperial abdication in two centuries after the government on Friday approved a bill that will eventually allow 83-year-old Emperor Akihito to step down.
 
Japan cabinet approves bill allowing emperor's abdication
The Japanese government on Friday approved a one-off bill allowing ageing Emperor Akihito to step down from the Chrysanthemum Throne, in the first such abdication in two centuries.
 
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