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March 29, 2017

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Magnitude 7.4 quake hits northeast Japan
At first, it was 2011 all over again.
Japan earthquake an aftershock of 2011 quake
The Japan Meteorological Agency says the strong earthquake that struck Tuesday off the coast of Fukushima prefecture was an aftershock of the magnitude 9.0 earthquake that spawned a deadly tsunami in the same region in 2011.
Japanese peacekeepers arrive in South Sudan
Japanese peacekeepers, with a broader mandate to use force, landed in South Sudan Monday, the first overseas deployment of the country's troops with those expanded powers in nearly 70 years.
Japan PM confident in Trump's diplomacy debut
Japan's prime minister voiced confidence Thursday about Donald Trump as he became the first foreign leader to meet the US president-elect, who was narrowing in on cabinet choices.
Abe heads for New York for talks with Trump
Japan's premier Shinzo Abe headed to New York Thursday for talks with Donald Trump, the first leader to meet with the president-elect whose campaign pledges provoked anxiety over U.S. foreign policy.
Too late for Halloween
A worker prepares for final touches on rubber masks depicting President-elect Donald Trump at the Ogawa Studio in Saitama, north of Tokyo, Tuesday, Nov. 15. Ogawa Studio, the only manufacturer of rubber masks in Japan, is working non-stop to catch up with a flood of orders for Trump masks since his election victory one week ago.
A hole well-filled
These photos show a sinkhole on a road in Fukuoka, Japan on Nov. 8 and the same road after restoration on Tuesday, Nov. 15. The road reopened Tuesday after the massive sinkhole was filled with soil.
A man set a woman on fire following an argument in a restaurant in Japan, local media reported Saturday, in a rare act of violence in the country.
Chinese coast guard vessels sailed into territorial waters around disputed islands in the East China Sea on Saturday, Japan's coast guard said, marking the second such incident in a week.
Japan executed a death-row prisoner for the murders of two women on Friday, the justice ministry said, a further snub to calls from international rights groups to end capital punishment.
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