First in-person leader meet of US, Japan, India and Australia grouping signals ‘durability’ despite differences.
South Korea says it conducted its first underwater-launched ballistic missile test, hours after N Korea fired missiles.
Countries want to revive talks on denuclearisation, which have been stalled for two years.
Tokyo says new deal elevates Japan-Vietnam defence partnership to a ‘new level’.
Poll by Nikkei and TV Tokyo shows Taro Kono leading opinion poll on who should succeed Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.
Vaccine tsar Taro Kono is popular with the public, but needs support from the ruling party’s local members.
Japanese leader saw his support sink below 30 percent as the nation struggles with its worst wave of COVID-19 cases.
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US company says it does not expect ‘undue risk to patient safety’ and is working to recall three batches of vaccine.
IPC spokesman Craig Spence celebrates seeing Afghan Paralympian Hossain Rasouli compete as ‘a very special occasion’.
US climate envoy will hold talks in Japan, China on cooperation on removing support for fossil fuels, especially coal.
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‘Foreign substances’ found in unused vials, raising shortage concerns as the country tries to accelerate vaccinations.
At least 28 out-and-proud Paralympians participating, more than three times the number of Olympians at Rio in 2016.