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World's oldest person dies of heart failure at 117

Apr 01, 2015

World's oldest person dies of heart failure at 117

The world's oldest person, a Japanese woman, died on Wednesday, a few weeks after celebrating her 117th birthday. #Life #NewsTracker #Guinness World Records #World's oldest person #Misao Okawan #Japanese woman
Tunisia's premier fires six police commanders after museum attack

Mar 23, 2015

Tunisia's premier fires six police commanders after museum attack

TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid fired six police commanders on Monday, including the head of tourist security, after a militant attack on the national museum last week in which 20 foreign visitors were killed. The premier's office spokesman, Mofdi Mssedi, said the six also included an intelligence brigade chief, the Tunis district police chief, the traffic police commander, a Bardo Museum security chief and a commander for the capital's Sidi Bachir district. "Prime Minister Habib Essid visited the Bardo Museum yesterday and took note of several security failures there," Mssedi said #facebook #United States #India #Technology #Arabic #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #Entertainment #Mexico #japanese
Insight - Testing Beijing, Japan eyes growing role in South China Sea security

Mar 11, 2015

Insight - Testing Beijing, Japan eyes growing role in South China Sea security

TOKYO (Reuters) - Seventy years after its imperial forces were kicked out of the South China Sea, Japan is quietly moving back into the region, forging security ties with the Philippines and Vietnam as both Southeast Asian nations try to cope with China's territorial ambitions. Tokyo's security cooperation is broad-based: It is supplying maritime patrol boats to the two countries while Japan will hold its first naval exercises with the Philippines in the coming months. #Business #India #China #Japan #Argentina #Latin America #author #japanese
More than 2,000 people sue Japan paper over 'comfort women' reports

Feb 19, 2015

More than 2,000 people sue Japan paper over 'comfort women' reports

More than 2,000 people are suing the liberal Asahi newspaper to demand that it place international advertisements apologising for its coverage of wartime sex slavery, saying it has stained Japan's reputation, #Japan #NewsTracker #Comfort women #Asahi #Japanese NewsPaper #Japan sexual slavery #Japan War crimes
US Coast Guard searching Hawaii waters for Japanese student

Feb 18, 2015

US Coast Guard searching Hawaii waters for Japanese student

The US Coast Guard is searching for a Japanese student reported overboard from a fishing vessel off Hawaii. #United States #US #NewsTracker #Hawaii #US coast guard #Japanese student