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Berlin said it lacked the necessary relationship with Japan to make purchasing the aircraft workable.
The new prime minister wishes to focus on the ongoing COVID-19 crisis rather than dissolving the House of Representatives, officials say.
The stamps feature scenes including and air show and a meeting between Kim Jong Un and Xi Jinping.
"I am sorry for offending people by giving the impression only women lie when lying is not restricted to a gender," the Lower House ruling-party ...
Of the total, almost half were fraud cases in which victims ordered face masks online but did not receive them.
With the pandemic changing the way we work, the International Conference for Women in Business says women must now be brought to the fore.
Without being formally married, couples risk losing hospital visitation rights and permission to give medical consent.
While the capital is a major source of domestic tourism for many areas, it is also the source of about 30 percent of Japan's coronavirus ...
Juntendo University Nerima Hospital in Tokyo has said that 40 people related to the hospital had tested positive for the virus as of Wednesday.
Komeito, backed by a lay Buddhist group and led by Natsuo Yamaguchi, provides vital local support for the ruling LDP in elections.
The Japanese prime minister told South Korean President Moon Jae-in last week that the leaders "cannot allow our relations to remain as they are."
The policy of providing free coronavirus vaccinations will be unveiled at a meeting of a health ministry advisory panel as early next week, according to ...
The request includes ¥200 million for research on small satellites to monitor cutting-edge missiles not detectable with existing equipment.
A survey showed Wednesday that 58.5 percent of adults in Japan want the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics to be held with limited numbers of spectators ...
Abe, regarded by neighboring countries as a hawkish conservative, said in a Twitter post three days after his resignation that he visited the shrine.
Japan officially lists 17 people as abductees, five of whom were repatriated in 2002, and suspects North Korea's involvement in many more disappearances.
The two also affirmed their close cooperation in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic during the roughly 15-minute conversation.
Men have tended to be reluctant to take child care leave, due to uncertainties about their income and pressure from their workplace.
Visa applicants will be required to meet strict conditions to receive permission to enter the country.
Increased uptake of the controversial cards and an expansion of their associated services are seen by the government as key to achieving digitalization.