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UNITED NATIONS, United States, Oct 25 (AFP): An international treaty banning nuclear weapons has been ratified by a 50th country, the UN said, allowing the "historic" text to enter into force after 90 days.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Yokohama Stadium will hold three baseball games at around 80% capacity later this month as Japan looks to test its COVID-19 countermeasures at big events ahead of the rearranged Tokyo Olympics next year.
KUCHING: On the 75th anniversary of Sarawak’s liberation from the Japanese Occupation, former child prisoner of war Jeli Abdullah has called on the younger generation to learn about the state’s history during World War II.
KUCHING: On Sept 11,1945, the Batu Lintang prisoner-of-war (POW) camp here was liberated when Japanese forces occupying Sarawak surrendered at the end of World War II.
TOKYO (Xinhua): Japan's weather agency on Wednesday (Sept 2) said a powerful typhoon is making its way from the Nagasaki region to the northern part of Japan's main island of Kyushu.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Former Japanese foreign minister Fumio Kishida, a candidate for leadership of the ruling party to replace Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, said on Wednesday that frank talks are needed with the United States over Japan's share of its defence burden.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese ruling party heavyweight Fumio Kishida, who has declared his candidacy for the party leadership, said on Tuesday he can show strength in the economic and foreign policy fields and he wants to be a leader who listens to the people.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Yoshihide Suga, a longtime lieutenant of Japan's Shinzo Abe, has emerged as a strong contender to succeed him as prime minister, an outcome that would extend the fiscal and monetary stimulus that defined Abe's nearly eight years in office.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia has released previously classified footage of the world's largest nuclear explosion, caused when the Soviet Union detonated the so-called Tsar Bomba almost 60 years ago.