Police believe suspect may be an insider with medical knowledge
The rare coins are thought to date back to around 400AD
'They want to go out in the world, they want to make friends or lovers, but they can't'
Moving images captured in the aftermath of the attack, showing the devastated city, its surviving inhabitants and US troops, are being auctioned this week
The sudden increase in the death rate could be due to rising sea temperatures or a shortage of food
Ms Murata is also half Taiwanese, raising questions during her campaign that she could be beholden to Taipei
The deadly eruption of 1914 killed 58 people in a city dubbed the 'Naples of the Eastern World'
Yoshida and Ishigaki's model estimates there are fewer than 16 million children alive in Japan today
Cubs become unlikely friends
Japanese firms such as Nissan, Hitachi and Fujitsu employ 140,000 people in the UK
Japanese government warns that the country's businesses with European headquarters in the UK may decide to transfer... to Continental Europe if EU laws cease to be applicable in the UK
25 people were killed and 70 injured when the Yamaguchi-gumi split in 1984
Fast-paced trailer for Tokyo’s 2020 Olympic Games dazzles audience
The theft took place from a cargo yard in Montreal
Despite a chronic labour shortage, Japan’s immigration policy remains tough. Nowhere is this clearer than in the treatment of those seeking refugee status under ‘provisional release’
The staunch conservative, known for her nationalist positions, is not coming into office promising to make nice