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Jurassic robots
A woman takes pictures of Japan's On-Art Corp's 6.4-meter tall dinosaur-shaped mechanical suit dino-tronics robot during a performance at the Sky Lobby of Hikarie building in Tokyo on Tuesday, April 4.
 
Japan envoy recalled over statue flap to return to SK
Japan said Monday that it is sending back its ambassador to South Korea despite an ongoing impasse over a "comfort woman" statue, stressing that it is not meant to be a compromise.
 
Japan ends Antarctic hunt with 333 whales
Japan's whaling fleet returned home Friday after killing 333 whales in the Antarctic, achieving its goal for the second year under a revised research whaling program.
 
Seven high school students and one teacher killed in Japan avalanche
An avalanche Monday killed seven Japanese high school students and a teacher on a mountain-climbing outing, and injured 40 more.
 
Abe accused of giving cash to nationalistic school
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe donated 1 million yen (US$9,000) through his wife for a school run by ultranationalist educators, the group's leader told Parliament on Thursday, while also suggesting a land-buying scandal involving the school had "political influence" behind it.
 
Japan and Russia hold talks on security, territorial dispute
The foreign and defense ministers from Japan and Russia met in Tokyo on Monday, with both sides expressing hope that discussions on joint development of islands claimed by both countries might help them move closer to resolving the territorial dispute preventing them from forging a peace treaty.
 
6 years on, Japan remembers the Fukushima tragedy
Japan paused Saturday to mark six years since a deadly earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster devastated a wide swathe of its northeastern coast as more than 100,000 people remain unable or unwilling to return home.
 
Helicopter crash in Japan mountains kills nine
Japanese authorities confirmed Monday that all nine people aboard a rescue helicopter that crashed in snow-covered mountains in central Japan have been pronounced dead.
 
Rule change could see Shinzo Abe become Japan's longest-serving post-war leader
Japan's ruling party approved a change in party rules Sunday that could pave the way for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to become the country's longest-serving leader in the post-World War II era.
 
Three cheers for getting a job
College students raise clenched fists during a joint pep ceremony to launch their job-hunting at Tokyo's Hibiya park Wednesday, March 1.
 
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