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Japan's prime minister told parliament Monday he would boost his efforts towards restarting commercial whaling, despite a top U.N. court's order that Tokyo must stop killing whales in the Antarctic.
Abe vows efforts to resume commercial whale hunt

 

The skeletal remains of what are believed to be Japanese soldiers have been exposed on a remote Pacific island where rising sea levels have eroded the sea shore, Japanese and local officials said Monday.
 

Prince Katsura, a cousin of Japanese Emperor Akihito, died Sunday of acute heart failure after years of struggling with ill health, the palace said. He was 66.
Japan's Prince Katsura dies of heart failure at 66

 

Thousands of fans of Japanese girl group AKB48 gathered Saturday for the results of a ballot on which member will lead the band for the next year amid tight security after two members were attacked by a man wielding a saw.
Fans vote for leader of Japan girl group AKB48 after saw attack

 

Japan could be the first foreign destination for new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Japanese media reported Friday, suggesting the trip could happen as early as this month.
 

Chinese ships sailed through disputed waters off Japan-administered islands in the East China Sea Friday, officials said, after G7 leaders cautioned against “intimidation” in territorial disputes.
 

A Japanese stem cell scientist accused of fabricating research has agreed to retract papers published in the respected journal Nature, an official said Wednesday.
 

Japan will on Monday start constructing an underground ice wall at the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, freezing the soil under broken reactors to slow the build-up of radioactive water, officials said.
 

Five former victims of Japan's wartime sex slavery and their supporters have submitted to the government hundreds of official documents, demanding Prime Minister Shinzo Abe face Japan's past atrocity and formally apologize.
Ex-sex slaves demand PM Abe's recognition

 

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe vowed Friday that his country would play a larger role in promoting peace in Asia, and called for the rule of law to be upheld in the region.
 
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