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Japanâ€™s government plans to suspend all cattle shipments from Fukushima after the countryâ€™s second-biggest retailer reported Sunday it had sold beef from cattle that ate nuclear-contaminated feed.
By George Nishiyama TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's government faces a new headache in talks with the United States about relocating American forces throughout the country after voters in a local referendum overwhelmingly rejected a plan to increase the U.S. presence at a nearby base.
Japan's government is expected to announce this month measures to deal with a possible eruption for of its famed Mount Fuji, officials said, but they added there were no signs that the long-dormant volcano had become active.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's government has adopted a statement saying it does not consider China to be a threat, the Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, in an apparent move to ease friction between them.
By Teruaki Ueno TOKYO (Reuters) - Nearly 30 years after her daughter disappeared, Sakie Yokota is hoping next week's six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear ambitions will help resolve a dispute over Japanese citizens abducted to the reclusive communist state.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Tokyo High Court was set to rule on Tuesday on a lawsuit by Chinese plaintiffs demanding that Japan's government pay compensation and apologize for the activities of the Imperial Japanese Army's biological warfare units including the infamous Unit 731.
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