April 29, 2017
New York, April 28 (Jiji Press)--The threat of a North Korean nuclear attack on Tokyo or Seoul is "real," U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned Friday.
London, April 28 (Jiji Press)--Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his British counterpart, Theresa May, agreed at a meeting in London on Friday that their countries will work together to promote free trade at a time when protectionist moves are growing in the world.
- Tokyo Governor Koike Becomes Adviser at Regional Party Tomin First no Kai
- Yamato to Raise Base Parcel Delivery Fees by Up to 180 Yen by End-Sept.
- Japanese Craftsmen's Group to Make Bobsled for Jamaican Women's National Team
- Tokyo Court Declines to Rule Whether Abe's Yasukuni Visit Was Constitutional
- Tillerson Cites "Real" Threat of N. Korea Nuke Attack on Tokyo, Seoul
- Abe, May Agree to Promote Free Trade
- Court Avoids Constitutional Judgment on Abe's Yasukuni Visit
- Kagoike Says He Reported Land Deal Talks to Abe's Wife
- Japan ASDF Fighter Jets Join Exercise with USS Carl Vinson
- Sharp Logs First Operating Profit in 3 Years
- Yamato Transport Announces 1st Rate Hike in 27 Years
- Juroku Bank to Open Rep Office in Hanoi
- Nintendo Forecasts Higher Annual Sales
- 8 Japan Automakers' Output Up for First Time in 3 Years
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