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Kishidas decisiveness in question following resignation of three ministers

While praised for making quick and strong decisions early in his prime ministership, lately Kishida has been criticized for dragging his feet amid scandals.

Emanuel slams Chinas Xi for trying to airbrush over wolf warrior approach

U.S. ambassador Rahm Emanuel criticized the Chinese leaders re-emergence on the global stage as an attempt at controlling damage wrought by Beijings combative diplomatic approach.

Kishida uses East Asian trip to defend rule of law amid concerns over China

During the eight-day trip, Kishida attended three multilateral conferences and had bilateral talks with a number of foreign leaders.

If youve had COVID-19, watch out for stroke symptoms

Draft bill in Japan would enable refunds of religious donations

Sonic the Hedgehog creator Yuji Naka arrested over insider trading

Former Japanese PM Mori criticizes Zelenskyy over war in Ukraine

China has put longer-range ICBMs on its nuclear subs, U.S. says

Samurai Blue have chance to win over hearts of Japanese fans again at World Cup

They call it The Hole: Ukrainians describe horrors of Kherson occupation

Polluted waterways: Examining the health of Japans rivers

North Koreas Kim has revealed he has a daughter. Why now?

Samurai Blues: The J. League, the World Cup and Japans place in global soccer

Dating apps now most popular way for newlyweds in Japan to meet, survey finds

Nearly 23% of newlywed pairs found love online, overtaking couples who met at work or school, which both came in at 20.8%, the survey found.

Japan adds two ships to its fleet of Aegis-equipped destroyers

Japans top court scraps manga editors guilty verdict over wifes death

COVID-19 tracker: Tokyo reports 4,619 new cases

Prized marbled wagyu at crossroads as industry shifts focus to fat quality

Hokkaido zoos and aquariums struggle to cope as feed and energy prices rise

Panel says public must shoulder burden of strengthening Japans defenses

Twitter turmoil and staff exodus aggravate security concerns

Twitter devolved into what campaigners described as a cesspit of falsehoods and hate speech after recent layoffs cut half the companys 7,500 staff.

Finance Minister vows all-out efforts to fight inflation

Global LNG supplies are sold out for years, top importer warns

Warren Buffetts Berkshire boosts stakes in Japans five biggest trading houses

Toyota-Panasonic battery venture looking for new coastal site

Wall Street wants to believe Xis money-minting markets are back

Dozens dead after earthquake jolts Indonesias Java island

A shallow 5.6-magnitude earthquake killed at least 56 people and injured hundreds when it damaged buildings and triggered landslides on Indonesias main island of Java.

U.S. aims to expand plans for military presence in Philippines

COVID zero returns to Chinese city rumored to be reopening

Safety of Tesla cars at center of South Korean trial over fatal crash

North Koreas Kim has revealed he has a daughter. Why now?

Malaysian coalitions start maneuvering after hung parliament

Australias climate policies dont match its big talk at COP27

As Biden turns 80, Americans ask, Whats too old?

With Biden already the oldest person to serve as president, the 2024 race for the White House is shaping up to be uncharted territory for the United States.

Russias General Armageddon under pressure to deliver after retreat

They call it The Hole: Ukrainians describe horrors of Kherson occupation

Colorado mass shooter stopped by heroic people inside club, police say

A breakthrough on climate compensation and seven other takeaways from COP27

After disappointing midterms, U.S. Republicans look to fresh faces for 2024

As Ukraine nuclear plant is shelled, U.N. warns against playing with fire

Think youve got COVID? You might have fall allergies instead

Unlike allergies from cedar and cypress pollen, which hit in the spring, fall allergies caused by several grasses and weeds are less recognized in Japan.

As twindemic looms in Japan, here is what to do if you have a fever

How Binance-FTX deal rocked the crypto world and then collapsed

The government wants you to get a My Number card. Should you?

Tokyo Olympics bribery scandal: Investigation ensnares stuffed-toy maker and ad firms

From football to biscuits: how to launch U.S. nukes on the go

What to expect as Japan opens back up to the world

Chef makes goals real, transforms the industry

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