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Japan's Abe denies abusing influence in favoritism scandal
Grilled by opposition lawmakers as approval ratings for his Cabinet sink, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has repeated his denials that he misused his influence to help a friend in a growing favoritism scandal
Trump's chat with Akie Abe: Lost in translation or a snub?
Was Trump snubbed by Japan's first lady? Or was it all just lost in translation?
British foreign secretary supports Japan to stop N. Korea
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said his country stands "shoulder to shoulder" with Japan in efforts to put an end to North Korea's nuclear and missile tests
Just 'dessert'? Second Trump-Putin chat defied the norms
When is an impromptu, after-dinner chat more than just "dessert"? When you're President Donald Trump, and your confection companion is Russian President Vladimir Putin
Japan lawmaker shows legal records to prove nationality
A Japanese opposition leader born to a Taiwanese father and Japanese mother has released legal documents to prove she now only has Japanese nationality
Japan says this is a time to raise pressure on North Korea
Japan's government spokesman says this is a moment to raise pressure on North Korea _ not a time for dialogue
2 more deaths as Japan leader Abe visits flooded areas
Three more bodies were found Wednesday in southwest Japan, potentially raising the death toll from last week's heavy rains to 28, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the hardest-hit areas
President Trump, Prime Minister Abe in lockstep on 'menace of North Korea'
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe praised Donald Trump today after a meeting the president organized with Asian allies at the G20 Summit, while also noting the severity of the threat North Korea poses on the global stage. Through a translator, Abe thanked Trump for organizing the trilateral meeting
Kremlin and White House disagree over remarks from Trump-Putin meeting
Both Russia and the United States declared Friday’s first meeting between President Donald Trump and President Vladimir Putin a success. But hours after the two sat down at the G20 Summit in Germany, the White House has found itself fending off criticism Trump had been too soft on Putin, as the
Trump: US has 'pretty severe things' planned for North Korea, but 'I don't draw red lines'
President Trump called on all nations to join together in countering the North Korean regime’s “very, very bad behavior” and said the country must be confronted “very strongly” after a series of missile launches, including the most recent, a test of what U.S. officials believe was an