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Journalist’s appeal of 2016 rape case decision rejected by inquest panel (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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TPP members make progress on new trade accord, eye November deadline (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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U.S., Japanese carriers conduct drills amid soaring North Korea tensions (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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At trial, Dentsu chief admits ad giant guilty of ignoring illegal levels of overtime (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Tepco again ordered to pay damages over nuclear disaster but claims against state dismissed (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Dollar falls to around ¥112 in Tokyo on North Korea threat (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Profit-taking snaps Tokyo stocks four-day winning streak (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Amazon’s Twitch ready to take on Japan’s game-streaming market (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Justice Ministry confirms counselor’s rape query to Congo asylum seeker was inappropriate (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Defying U.S., Iran unveils new missile during parade (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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London subway bombing could have been much worse, police chief says (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Our dangerous, idiotic national conversation (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Japan faces a consequential decision in possible snap election (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Keeping land prices steady across Japan (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Extra Diet session on Sept. 28, Suga confirms (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Descendants of fallen Japanese soldiers pay U.S. respects at Pearl Harbor (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Grandson of former Prime Minister Nakasone to run in Lower House election (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Hiroshima A-bomb exhibit planned at USS Arizona Memorial to mark 75th anniversary of war (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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House-cleaning, walking to work, staves off death: study (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Japan in unique position to take global lead in investment and trade: experts (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Author of picture book on Hiroshima A-bombing dies in Australia (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Dreams of ‘Moon Village’ begins to shape up at Riga meeting (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Toshiba’s chip unit sale may be a done deal but regulatory and legal hurdles loom ahead (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Puerto Rican astronaut gets double dose of hurricanes (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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WeWork Japan set to debut in February with three central Tokyo locations (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Kudos to Kono for his English ability (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Belligerence won’t resolve North Korean crisis (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Kingston left out historic facts (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Keep up the good work, Yamao (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Tokyo Motor Show to showcase cutting-edge automotive technologies (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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FSA shakes up asset-management firms with cheap funds to get individuals to move cash into stocks (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Apple fans line up for iPhone 8, 8 Plus in Japan, but many holding out for X model (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Mexicans transfixed by efforts to rescue girl from quake-flattened school, only to learn she didn’t exist (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Puerto Rico flooded, in tatters, out of power in wake of Maria (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Nuclear experts head to China to test experimental reactors (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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‘Pluralistic ignorance’: Why dads in Japan don’t take paternity leave (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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Kenya sets rerun of presidential election for Oct. 26; questions remain on fairness of process (ven., 22 sept. 2017)

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How Kake Gakuen’s application process bucked the norm (jeu., 21 sept. 2017)

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Farewell, Cassini (jeu., 21 sept. 2017)

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Moving toward Kurdish independence? (jeu., 21 sept. 2017)

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Power and purpose in democratic politics (mer., 20 sept. 2017)

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Brace for the coming robot arms race (mer., 20 sept. 2017)

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Hurricane Trump makes landfall in Manhattan (mer., 20 sept. 2017)

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Abe’s partisan quest for a snap election (mar., 19 sept. 2017)

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The tragedy of Aung San Suu Kyi (mar., 19 sept. 2017)

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How the prime minister can win over Japan’s neighbors (mar., 19 sept. 2017)

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Above the law on college campuses (mar., 19 sept. 2017)

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Hillary Clinton: the perfect one (mar., 19 sept. 2017)

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Americans feared Trump, but normalized leftist violence (mar., 19 sept. 2017)

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NRA screening of Tepco’s restart plan (lun., 18 sept. 2017)

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