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The situation could provide a cautionary tale for workers in Europe, including the UK, who face similar pressures
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It is not so much the rise of terrorism as the 'rise of Islam' that Japan sees as a problem, and the distinction between Islam and extremist organisations such as Isis is often missed altogether
500 of those missing are thought to have died
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'After tasting human flesh, the bear may have learned it can eat them'
Tokyo diners will be able to eat almost naked as long as they meet some strict criteria on appearance
About 130 rescue workers are looking in an area also home to wild bears
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The parents initially told police they had lost their son while walking in the mountains looking for wild vegetables
Hanako has lived alone in the Inokashira Park Zoo in Tokyo since 1954
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Tomita has yet to gain consciousness
An earthquake has hit Japan, just north of Tokyo in Ibaraki region on the east coast of the main island, Honshu.
Obama's presidency has been filled with firsts – Cuba, a prison visit and now Hiroshima – but he doesn't intend on feeding into Trump's view that America is weak and apologetic