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Trump built image as he built business
Clinton launches early voting drive
Police: Wash. shooting suspect 'zombie-like'
Clinton, Trump face challenges at debate
Suspect in deadly mall shooting in custody
Young girl among 8 wounded in Baltimore shooting
Charlotte police release video of fatal shooting
Charlotte police to release shooting video
New York Times endorses Hillary Clinton
Why Kaine is worried about Trump
The Democratic vice presidential nominee says he's worried about Trump's 'bromance' with Putin.
Trump employs unconventional debate prep
Apocalyptic scene as Aleppo is bombarded
North Korea shows off flight skills, new airport at air festival
PanARMENIAN.Net - North Korea opened an air festival featuring sky diving, air force demonstrations and lots of beer Saturday, September 24 to promote a newly renovated and upgraded airport in the coa
Q and A: While Some African Nations Seek Softened Rules on Ivory Trade, Others Aim For Total Ban
NAIROBI, KENYA - Two groups of African countries have taken opposing viewpoints on the ivory trade ahead of a world wildlife conference scheduled to begin on Sept. 24 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
China Air Force Holds Drills in Western Pacific
TEHRAN (Tasnim) - China's air force said Sunday it had flown more than 40 bombers and other fighter planes through a strait between Japanese islands on their way to drills in the Western Pacific.
Cat cafes, owl cafes, and now snake cafes all over Japan
The growth of cat cafes has seen the trend has seen the trend branch out to other kinds animal cafes like owl and snake cafes in Osaka, Japan.
7-Eleven has massive U.S. expansion plans
The Japanese owner of convenience store giant 7-Eleven believes it can expand the brand to 20,000 stores in the U.S.
As first reported by The Japan Times, Kazuki Furuya, president of Seven-Eleven Jap
Canon acquires 20% stake in Lexington diagnostics firm
Shares of Lexington-based T2 Biosystems have spiked 18 percent on the news that a Japanese corporation best known for making cameras, Canon, is now a 20 percent owner.
Canon U.S.A. (NYSE: CAJ ) is mo
Sania-Barbora clinch Pan Pacific Open women's double title
Tokyo [Japan] Sept. 24 (ANI): Indian Tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Czech Republican partner Barbora Strycova on Saturday came out with a spectacular performance to clinch a straight-sets victory agai
Denmark's Wozniacki wins Pan Pacific Open
Tokyo, Sep 25 (IANS) Danish woman tennis player Caroline Wozniacki defeated Japanese teenager Naomi Osaka 7-5, 6-3 in the final of the Toray Pan Pacific Open here on Sunday.
The 26-year-old Wozniacki
B-Town celebs congratulate Sania Mirza on Pan Pacific Open win
Mumbai, Sep 25 (IANS) Celebrities from the Hindi film industry have congratulated Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza for her win in straight sets to clinch the Pan Pacific women's doubles title.
Cross-societal cliches influence willingness to cooperate
London, Sep 25 (IANS) Strong cross-societal cliches about people from different nations may influence decisions and willingness to cooperate, finds a study.
For the study, published in the journal Pr
Suzuki Gixxer 250 (GSX 250R) rendered ahead of launch this year
A speculative rendering of Suzuki Gixxer 250 which could also be called as GSX-250R has emerged on the Japanese Young Magazine's cover page. The magazine has also rendered a GSX-S250F superbike.
Wozniacki to face Osaka in Pan-Pacific Open final
Tokyo, Sep 24 (IANS) Danish woman tennis player Caroline Wozniacki will play against Japanese Naomi Osaka in the Toray Pan Pacific Open final here on Sunday.
World No.28 Wozniacki reached the final a
Japan Timeline and Information
910 AD Fujiwara no Asatada, a Japanese poet, designated one of the 36 Immortals was born.
1596 AD there was an earthquake in Japan; several cities made ruins, and thousands perished.
1792 AD - in Kyushu Island, Japan: collapse of old lava dome during eruption of Unzen volcano caused avalanche and tsunami that killed an estimated 14,300 people. (Most were killed by the tsunami.) Japan's greatest volcano disaster.
1896 AD - an earthquake and tidal wave killed 27,000 in Sanriku, Japan
1923 AD - in Japan: magnitude 8.3 earthquake destroyed one-third of Tokyo and most of Yokohama. More than 140,000 killed.
1995 AD - a magnitude: 6.9 earthquake hit Osaka, Kyoto, and Kobe, Japan
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