Video Of N. Korean Boat Collision Up On Web

Video of N. Korean boat collision up on web

Japan's Fisheries Agency has uploaded to its website a video clip of the recent collision between an agency patrol ship and a North Korean fishing boat.

The 13-minute video shows the patrol ship spraying water at the fishing boat, warning it to leave Japan's exclusive economic zone in the Sea of Japan.

Video Of N.korean Fishing Boat Collision Released

Video of N.Korean fishing boat collision released

Japan's Fisheries Agency has released a video of the recent collision between an agency patrol ship and a North Korean fishing boat.

The footage -- edited to 13 minutes -- shows the patrol ship spraying water at the fishing boat, warning it to leave Japan's exclusive economic zone.

Suga: Video Of Ship Collision May Be Released

Suga: Video of ship collision may be released

Japan's top government spokesperson says officials are considering releasing a video of the recent collision between a Fisheries Agency patrol ship and a North Korean fishing boat.

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told reporters on Friday that the government is considering when and how to release the footage.

Abe: Japan Protests To N.korea Over Boat Collision

Abe: Japan protests to N.Korea over boat collision

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has disclosed that Japan has lodged a protest with North Korea over a boat collision in Japan's exclusive economic zone.

Abe referred to Monday's collision in an Upper House plenary session the following day. A patrol ship of Japan's Fisheries Agency and a North Korean fishing boat collided in the Sea of Japan, off the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture.

Abe:japan Protests To N. Korea Over Boat Collision

Abe:Japan protests to N. Korea over boat collision

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has disclosed that Japan has lodged a protest with North Korea over a boat collision in Japan's exclusive economic zone.

Abe referred to Monday's collision in an Upper House plenary session the following day. A patrol ship of Japan's Fisheries Agency and a North Korean fishing boat collided in the Sea of Japan, off the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture.

Japan Patrol Ship Returns To Port After Collision

Japan patrol ship returns to port after collision

The Japan Coast Guard has begun interviewing the captain and crew of a Fisheries Agency patrol ship about a collision with a North Korean fishing boat the day before.

The patrol vessel entered Niigata port on the Sea of Japan coast on Tuesday morning. The ship's bow had some visible scars. About 20 Coast Guard officials have boarded the ship for the investigation.

Japan Protests N.korea Over Collision In Eez

Japan protests N.Korea over collision in EEZ

Japan has lodged a protest against North Korea over a collision between one of its patrol ships and a North Korean fishing boat in Japan's exclusive economic zone.

The two ships collided in the Sea of Japan off the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture on Monday.

Collision Occurred In Rich Fishing Ground

Collision occurred in rich fishing ground

The Japanese patrol vessel and the North Korean fishing boat collided in Yamatotai, one of the best fishing grounds in the Sea of Japan.

Yamatotai is about 300 kilometers from the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture, and is within Japan's exclusive economic zone.

Report Blames Us Aegis Ship For 2017 Collision

Report blames US Aegis ship for 2017 collision

Japan's Transport Safety Board says a fatal collision between a US Aegis destroyer and a Philippine-registered container ship off the Izu Peninsula in 2017 was caused by the destroyer's poor lookout.

The collision occurred in June 2017, killing seven crew members of the destroyer USS Fitzgerald.

Cargo Jets In Minor Collision At Narita Airport

Cargo jets in minor collision at Narita airport

Japan's transport ministry is investigating the minor collision of two cargo jets at Narita airport near Tokyo on Thursday.

The agency says the accident occurred in a parking area at around 8 p.m. between an All Nippon Airways Boeing 767 and a FedEx MD-11. Both planes were bound for Shanghai.

3,000 Structures In Japan Have Ship Collision Risk

3,000 structures in Japan have ship collision risk

Japanese officials say more than 3,000 facilities and structures nationwide could potentially be struck by ships being blown about by a strong wind. At least 360 cases of drifting ships were reported across Japan last year.

The Japan Coast Guard put together a list of such places after a tanker set adrift by a typhoon seriously damaged an access bridge for Kansai Airport in Osaka Bay, western Japan, last September.

Search Continues In Us Marine Aircraft Collision

Search continues in US Marine aircraft collision

The US military and Japan's Self-Defense Forces are searching for 5 American service members off the coast of western Japan. 7 members were on board 2 military planes that collided mid-air Thursday morning, but 2 of them have been rescued.

Japan's Defense Ministry says an FA-18 fighter jet and a KC-130 refueling aircraft, both from the US Marine Corps Iwakuni Air Station, collided around 100 kilometers south of Cape Muroto in Kochi Prefecture at around 1:40 AM and crashed into waters.