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Ourameh collects bronzes in IWF junior championships, ends Iran medal drought
Iranian weightlifter Rahman Ourameh has earned two bronze medals at the 2017 International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) Junior World Championships in Japan to put an end to the Islamic Republic’s medal drought at the prestigious international tournament.
Media: Japan PM to reshuffle cabinet as ratings slump
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will reshuffle his cabinet to try to bolster ratings battered by suspicions that he helped a friend get favored treatment for his business, media reported on Monday.
Japan has surprise deficit as import growth beats exports
Japan had a surprise trade deficit in May, as stronger-than-expected imports overpowered the best export growth in more than two years.
Seven US Navy crew missing, commander hurt in crash off Japan
The US and Japan conducted a major search operation Saturday to find seven missing American sailors after their destroyer collided with a much larger container ship, crushing the side of the military vessel.
Japan passes controversial anti-terror law despite protests, warnings
The bill which criminalises the planning of serious crimes. But protesters claim the law could be abused to allow wiretapping of innocent citizens and threaten privacy and freedom of expression.
Japan court clears way for nuclear reactor restarts
A Japanese court Tuesday gave the green light to switch on two more nuclear reactors despite heavy public opposition, in the latest victory for the government's pro-atomic push.
Japan growth rate revised down
Gross domestic product (GDP) expanded 0.3% in the first quarter, compared to 0.5% in last month's preliminary reading.
Japan’s Premier, FM send condolences to Iranian President, FM over terrorist attacks
Following the Wednesday terrorist attacks in Tehran, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Minister for Foreign Affairs Fumio Kishida, on Thursday sent their condolence messages to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Japan wage growth returns in April
Wage growth returned to Japan in April, with a revision wiping out the contraction from the month prior and suggesting the outlook for lifting inflation may be less dire than previously thought — albeit still far from ideal.
Japan's services sector grows at fastest pace
Activity in Japan's services sector expanded at the fastest pace in almost two years in May, a private survey showed on Monday, further evidence that demand in the world's third-largest economy is picking up.
Japan’s lower house passes bill allowing Akihito to abdicate
Japan’s lower house of parliament has passed a bill allowing 83-year-old Emperor Akihito to abdicate and let his elder son succeed him to the Chrysanthemum throne.
Japan, US stage joint military maneuver amid tensions with North Korea
Japan’s naval and air forces have launched a three-day joint military drill with US aircraft carriers in the Sea of Japan amid tensions with North Korea over its missile and nuclear programs.
Japan’s Inpex mulls bid to develop Iranian oilfield
Inpex, Japan's largest upstream company, announced that it plans to bid in a tender recently launched by Iran to develop the country's Azadegan oilfield.
Japan's factory output rises 4.0% in April
Japanese factory output rose 4.0 percent in April from the previous month, official figures showed on Wednesday, bolstering data indicating the world's third-largest economy is finally seeing moderate expansion.
Is China’s economy turning Japanese?
There are few things studied as closely by the Chinese Communist party as how to avoid the fate of its Soviet counterpart. In an internal meeting after he assumed power in 2012, President Xi Jinping said no one in the Soviet Union had been 'man enough' to stand up to Mikhail Gorbachev and glasnost.

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