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Japanese have duty to visit war shrine, says minister Keiji Furuya
A Japanese cabinet minister yesterday visited a Tokyo shrine that honours the dead, including war criminals, in what has repeatedly caused friction with Japan's neighbours. | Keiji Furuya, who chairs the National Public Safety Commission, said he paid respects yesterday...Full Story
Japan viewed by ASEAN as ‘most reliable’
Jiji Press Southeast Asian countries view Japan as the most reliable country among 11 major nations around the world, a Foreign Ministry opinion poll has found. | Chosen by 33 percent of all respondents as the most reliable country, Japan won over 10 other candidates. T...Full Story
McIntyre's retirement opens door for GOP in NC 7th
Two years ago, Republican David Rouzer lost to Democratic U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre by just 654 votes — a razor-thin margin of 0.2 percent among the nearly 337,000 ballots cast. | With McIntyre announcing his retirement after nine terms representing North Carolina'...Full Story
No one-on-one meeting between Chinese navy commander, Japanese MSDF officials: Spokesman
QINGDAO - No one-on-one meeting has been planned between Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy Commander Wu Shengli and Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (MSDF) officials during the Western Pacific Naval Symposium (WPNS), a PLA Navy spokesman said Sunday. | "In...Full Story
Japan minister at shrine honoring war criminals
TOKYO (AP) A Japanese Cabinet minister on Sunday visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead including war criminals, in what has repeatedly caused friction with Japan&aposs neighbors.Lawmaker Keiji Furuya, who chairs the National... ...Full Story
Japan minister visits controversial war shrine
A Japanese state minister visited a controversial war shrine in Tokyo today in a move likely to anger China and South Korea which see it as a symbol of Japan`s militarist past. ...Full Story
Japanese Cabinet minister visits controversial shrine to war dead
Published April 20, 2014Associated Press | Facebook0 Twitter0 Gplus0 | December 26, 2012: Keiji Furuya arrives at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo. Furuya visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead including war criminals Sunday in a gesture that has re...Full Story
Japan minister visits Tokyo shrine to honour war criminals
TOKYO: A Japanese cabinet minister has visited a Tokyo shrine that honours the dead including war criminals in what has repeatedly caused friction with Japan's neighbours. | Lawmaker Keiji Furuya, who chairs the National Public Safety Commission, said on his website tha...Full Story
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Japan minister at shrine honoring war criminals
China Daily TOKYO - A Japanese Cabinet minister has visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead including war criminals in what has repeatedly caused friction with Japan's neighbors. | Lawmaker Keiji Furuya, who chairs the National Public Safety Commission, sai...
Japan minister visits controversial war shrine
New Straits/Business Times TOKYO: A Japanese state minister visited a controversial war shrine in Tokyo Sunday in a move likely to anger China and South Korea which see it as a symbol of Japan’s militarist past. | Keiji Furuya, chairman of the National Public Safety Commissi...
Japan minister at shrine honoring war criminals
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Japan minister at shrine honoring war criminals
STL Today TOKYO (AP) — A Japanese Cabinet minister has visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead including war criminals in what has repeatedly caused friction with Japan's neighbors. | Lawmaker Keiji Furuya, who chairs the National Public Safety Commissio...
Japan minister at shrine honoring war criminals
The Guardian TOKYO (AP) — A Japanese Cabinet minister has visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead including war criminals in what has repeatedly caused friction with Japan's neighbors. | Lawmaker Keiji Furuya, who chairs the National Public Safety Commis...
Japan minister at shrine honoring war criminals
Yahoo Daily News TOKYO (AP) — A Japanese Cabinet minister has visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead including war criminals in what has repeatedly caused friction with Japan's neighbors. | Lawmaker Keiji Furuya, who chairs the National Public Safety Commi...
Obama to ‘rebalance US to Asia’
New Straits/Business Times BOLSTERING ALLIANCES: Presidential tour set to improve ties amid geopolitical tension in the region | PRESIDENT Barack Obama will use an Asian  tour beginning next week to bolster US alliances in the region at a time of  increased geopoliti...
Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal won't be sealed when Obama meets Abe
South China Morning Post This week's meeting between US President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe could give impetus to Pacific trade negotiations but would not seal a deal, a senior US administration official said. | Talks between the United States and J...
Soft words on Michelle Obama forgotten when Hagel shows up
South China Morning Post In the span of a few weeks, two very different high-level encounters have covered the spectrum of Sino-US diplomatic relations. | From the viewpoint of China's state media, US first lady Michelle Obama's recent visit to the country might "help soften...
Obama will visit Meiji Jingu, museum during tour
The Japan News By Takashi Imai / Yomiuri Shimbun Correspondent WASHINGTON—The White House said Friday that U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Meiji Jingu shrine during his stay in Japan, as part of his tour to four Asian countries in late April. | Detailed sc...
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Japan Cabinet minister visits shrine at center of controversy for honoring war criminals
Fox News Published April 19, 2014Associated Press | Facebook0 Twitter0 Gplus0 | FILE - In this April 23, 2013 file photo, a group of Japanese lawmakers, seen silhouetted in the middle of the photo, offer prayers at the Yasukuni Shrine, which honors Japan's wa...
Japan minister at shrine honoring war criminals
San Francisco Chronicle TOKYO (AP) — A Japanese Cabinet minister on Sunday visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead including war criminals, in what has repeatedly caused friction with Japan's neighbors. | Lawmaker Keiji Furuya, who chairs the National Public Safety Co...
Japan minister at shrine honoring war criminals
WPXI A Japanese Cabinet minister on Sunday visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead including war criminals, in what has repeatedly caused friction with Japan's neighbors. | Lawmaker Keiji Furuya, who chairs the National Public Safety Commission, said ...
Japan minister at shrine honoring war criminals
Dayton Daily News A Japanese Cabinet minister on Sunday visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead including war criminals, in what has repeatedly caused friction with Japan's neighbors. | Lawmaker Keiji Furuya, who chairs the National Public Safety Commission, said ...
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