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Chinese military buildup in South China Sea disturbing: Top US official

Apr 29, 2016

Chinese military buildup in South China Sea disturbing: Top US official

China is challenging international law, freedom of navigation and the peaceful resolution of disputes which is a cause of concern for many Asian countries. #World #India #China #Japan #US #Asia #South China Sea #Vietnam #South East Asia #Ashton Carter
China won't allow chaos or war on Korean peninsula: Xi | Reuters

Apr 29, 2016

China won't allow chaos or war on Korean peninsula: Xi | Reuters

BEIJING China will not allow chaos and war to break out on the Korean peninsula, which would be to no one's advantage, Chinese President Xi Jinping told a group of Asian foreign ministers on Thursday. North Korea's drive to develop a nuclear weapons capability, in defiance of U.N. resolutions, has angered China and raised tension in the region #United States #Business #Japan #North Korea #Argentina #Taiwan #Entertainment
Mitsubishi Motors CEO, COO likely to resign over mileage scandal - papers

Apr 27, 2016

Mitsubishi Motors CEO, COO likely to resign over mileage scandal - papers

Mitsubishi Motors Corp's top two executives are likely to resign over the Japanese automaker's manipulation of fuel economy data, Japanese media reported on Wednesday, in a scandal that has halved the company's market value in a week. #Japan #Mitsubishi Motors Corp #manipulation of fuel test #Chairman and CEO Osamu Masuko #COO Tetsuro Aikawa
Solar-powered plane lands in California after risky flight across Pacific Ocean

Apr 25, 2016

Solar-powered plane lands in California after risky flight across Pacific Ocean

The solar-powered airplane, which is attempting to circumnavigate the globe to promote clean energy and the spirit of innovation, arrived from Hawaii after a three-day journey across the Pacific Ocean. #Japan #Boeing 747 #Hawaii #Pacific Ocean #solar powered #Solar Impulse 2 #PicturesOfTheDay
U.S. to propose Obama visit Hiroshima in late May - Nikkei | Reuters

Apr 22, 2016

U.S. to propose Obama visit Hiroshima in late May - Nikkei | Reuters

TOKYO The United States will propose that President Barack Obama visits Hiroshima, Japan's Nikkei newspaper said on Friday, in what would be the first visit by an incumbent U.S. president to the city devastated by a U.S. nuclear attack 71 years ago. #United States #Obama #Economy #Business #Japan #Argentina #opinion
US President Barack Obama to visit Hiroshima after G7 summit: Nikkei

Apr 22, 2016

US President Barack Obama to visit Hiroshima after G7 summit: Nikkei

President Barack Obama will go to the atom-bombed city of Hiroshima after a G7 summit in Japan next month, the Nikkei business daily reported Friday, in what would be the first such visit by a sitting US leader. #Barack Obama #Japan #NewsTracker #Hiroshima #Shinzo Abe #Yoshihide Suga #G7 summit
Japan earthquake: Death toll reaches 48, over 100,000 people homeless

Apr 20, 2016

Japan earthquake: Death toll reaches 48, over 100,000 people homeless

Searchers found a man's body Wednesday in a landslide-hit area in southern Japan, bringing the death toll to 48 from two powerful earthquakes last week. Three people remain missing. #Japan #NewsTracker #Japan Earthquake #2016 Japan Earthquake #Mashiko
Japan earthquake: Death toll rises to 45 as food, water shortages hamper rescue

Apr 19, 2016

Japan earthquake: Death toll rises to 45 as food, water shortages hamper rescue

Rescuers in southern Japan where twin earthquakes triggered landslides found another body on Tuesday, raising the likely death toll to 45. #World #Japan #NewsTracker #Asia #Japan Earthquake #Landslide
Japan quake rattles markets as factories shut; survivors queue for food | Reuters

Apr 19, 2016

Japan quake rattles markets as factories shut; survivors queue for food | Reuters

TOKYO The Japanese share market fell more than 3 percent on Monday after a series of earthquakes measuring up to 7.3 magnitude struck a southern manufacturing hub, killing at least 42 people and forcing major companies to close factories. About 30,000 rescue workers were scouring the rubble for survivors and handing out food to those unable to return to their homes following the quakes which struck Kyushu island from Thursday. The biggest hit near Kumamoto city early on Saturday. #India #Japan #Environment #Earthquakes #Ecuador #graphics