Missing 9 - Year Old Vietnamese Young Lady Discovered Dead In Chiba

Missing 9-year old Vietnamese young lady discovered dead in Chiba

A 9-year-old Vietnamese young lady, who had been lost since Friday, was discovered dead in a grass field almost a waste jettison in a city close Tokyo on Sunday, police said.

The stripped assemblage of Le Thi Nhat Linh, a third grade primary school understudy, was found at around 6:45 a.m. in Abiko, Chiba Prefecture, by a man who had come to angle in the Tone River adjacent. The police have started researching her demise as murder, despite the fact that they presently can't seem to decide the reason for death.

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Tepco To Reshuffle Best Administration, Elevate Kobayakawa To President

TEPCO to reshuffle beat administration, elevate Kobayakawa to president

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc., administrator of the debacle hit Fukushima atomic power plant, will reshuffle its top administration, elevating Director Tomoaki Kobayakawa to president, individuals near the matter said Sunday.

The organization, known as TEPCO and viably controlled by the Japanese government, will conclude the new administration group before the current month's over and look for shareholder endorsement in June, they said.

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Feature: Lessons Learned In Protecting Shinkansen Passengers

FEATURE: Lessons learned in protecting shinkansen passengers

On Oct. 23, 2004 at 5:56 p.m., the first bullet train derailment in history occurred when a shinkansen en route from Tokyo to Niigata went off the tracks following a powerful earthquake in the Chuetsu region of Niigata Prefecture.

Toki No. 325 was cruising at a speed of 204 kilometers per hour on the Joetsu Shinkansen Line between Urasa and Nagaoka stations when the temblor hit. It was the first bullet train to derail since Japan started high-speed railway services in 1964.

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Feature: Language Schools To Help Athletes Prepare For 2020 Games

FEATURE: Language schools to help athletes prepare for 2020 Games

Language schools in Japan are tying up with sports associations to help improve the English skills of Japanese athletes in the lead up to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

The push is aimed at overcoming concern about athletes' struggles to communicate in English during international competitions, while the schools see it as an opportunity to tap into a new market and revenue stream.

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20 Years On, Kin Seek Return Of Japanese Abducted By North Korea

20 years on, kin seek return of Japanese abducted by North Korea

Relatives of Japanese citizens abducted by North Korea decades ago called Friday for their return, maintaining hope even in the face of worsening relations due to Pyongyang's nuclear and missile development programs.

A group representing abductees' families headed by Shigeo Iizuka, whose younger sister Yaeko Taguchi was kidnapped in 1978 at age 22, said at a gathering in Tokyo ahead of the group's 20th anniversary Saturday, it hopes for the return of all the victims "this year."

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Highlight: Smaller Firms In Japan Broadening Parts In Abroad Assistance

FEATURE: Smaller firms in Japan developing parts in abroad help

Smaller firms in Japan are expecting a more dynamic part in the nation's abroad headway help, offering their capacity to neighborhood accessories with help from the Japanese government.

Wago, a processor of rustic things arranged in Katori, Chiba Prefecture, east of Tokyo, is helping agriculturists in Kenya augment their benefit by upgrading creation and displaying of grape tomatoes.

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Arraignments Suspended For 2 Past Images Who Trespassed On Railway

Indictments suspended for 2 past symbols who trespassed on railroad

Prosecutors on Tuesday suspended indictments for Iyo Matsumoto and Yu Hayami, tolerably matured TV characters and past pop images, who trespassed onto a railroad track in western Japan.

The decision came as the prosecutors contemplated the way that the two women have considered their direct and that their exercises did not impact plan operations, a specialist at the Kyoto District Public Prosecutors Office said.

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Unproductive Woman Passes On Newborn Child Using Egg Gave By Secretive Female

Infertile woman passes on baby using egg gave by obscure female

A woman with ovarian issues has delivered a newborn child through in-vitro readiness using her significant other's sperm and an egg gave by an obscure female, an altruistic affiliation supporting productivity treatment said Wednesday.

While there have been a couple cases in which fruitless mothers have imagined a posterity using sperm from their mates and eggs from their sisters or associates, this is the primary case made open in Japan of a newborn child considered using an egg gave by a stranger.

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Tepco To Delay Searching For End To State Control By 2 Years To Fy 2019

TEPCO to concede searching for end to state control by 2 years to FY 2019

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. will concede a decision on whether to search for a conclusion to its state control by around two years to fiscal 2019 amidst swelling costs originating from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear calamity, a plan of its new system for achievement exhibited Wednesday.

The move is another sign the utility is endeavoring to revive its business even in the wake of getting a capital imbuement of 1 trillion yen ($9 billion) from the governing body in 2012 to strengthen its cash related standing. In any case, calamity cleanup costs have continued climbing, with the latest gage accomplishing 22 trillion yen.

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Highlight: Japanese Men Finding No Disfavor In The Pointlessness Game

FEATURE: Japanese men finding no disrespect in the fruitlessness delight

Japanese life partners who have stayed silent about the disgrace of encountering fruitlessness treatment are swallowing their pride and beginning to talk out.

More of them will meet-and-welcome watch over men with equivalent issues, and even a starting late circulated book assembling the distinctive experiences of men who are endeavoring to envision with their mates is striking a chord.

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Mayoral Race In Kagoshima Won By Hostile To U.s. Drills Candidate

Mayoral race in Kagoshima won by hostile to U.S. drills hopefulA previous columnist contradicted to U.S. military penetrates on a close-by island was chosen chairman here March 19.
Shunsuke Yaita, 63, a free, kept running on a battle promise to battle a Tokyo-Washington venture to host plane carrying warship landing drills on the little uninhabited island of Mageshima.
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