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Shinzo Abe

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  • Japan-South Korea rift weighs on US push in Asia

    With the leaders of Japan and South Korea both set to visit Washington in the coming months, President Barack Obama has a fresh chance to nudge the estranged U.S. allies to heal a bitter rift that has put a damper on his effort to boost America's role...
  • The Latest: UN Security Council condemns Tunisia attack

    2:27 a.m. (0127 GMT, 9:27 p.m. EDT) Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe confirms the deaths of three Japanese, and says three others were injured. Japanese broadcaster NHK, quoting an unnamed senior official, says the government is aware of the reports of...
  • Japan confirms deaths of 3 nationals in Tunisia attack

    Three Japanese were killed, and three others injured, in the militant attack on tourists in Tunisia, the Japanese government said Thursday. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said an earlier report of five Japanese dead turned out to be wrong after...
  • Japanese Prime Minister Abe to visit US next month

    President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (shin-zoh ah-bay) will meet at the White House next month. The date was not immediately announced. Susan Rice, Obama's national security adviser, had previously announced that Abe is one of...
  • First lady won't avoid Cambodia human rights concerns

    Michelle Obama won't avoid Cambodia's human rights record when she visits the southeast Asian nation this week, her final stop on a two-country trip to promote a new U.S. initiative to help millions of girls worldwide attend and complete school, the White...
  • Japanese historians seek revision of U.S. history textbook

    TOKYO A group of Japanese historians will urge publisher McGraw-Hill Education Inc. to change a passage in a U.S. history textbook about women trafficked to Japan's military brothels before and during World War II. The 19 historians will send a booklet...
  • Japanese historians seek revision of U.S. history textbook

    A group of Japanese historians will urge publisher McGraw-Hill Education Inc. to change a passage in a U.S. history textbook about women trafficked to Japan's military brothels before and during World War II. The 19 historians will send a booklet to the...
  • UN chief urges Japan, China, South Korea to reconcile

    U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon urged the leaders of Japan, China and South Korea on Monday to work harder for reconciliation over their wartime past to ensure peace and stability in the region. In his speech in Tokyo marking the 70th anniversary of...
  • Michelle Obama�looks overseas in final years as first lady

    From the "Let's Move!" anti-obesity campaign to initiatives to boost resources formilitary families and get more students through college, first lady Michelle Obama has focused her agenda on Americans. As her husband's presidency begins to wind down,...
  • Japan signs arms deal with France to broaden military role

    Japan and France signed an arms transfer agreement Friday, paving the way to develop drones and other unmanned equipment together as Japan seeks to play a greater international military role. In talks on diplomacy and national security, the two...
  • AP PHOTOS: Japan's slow tsunami recovery, 4 years on

    Small clusters of survivors, bundled up against a chilly wind, gathered along Japan's northeast coast Wednesday to remember the nearly 19,000 lives lost in the March 11, 2011, tsunami. Four years later, the region is still struggling to recover....