Abe Expresses Sympathy For Shooting Victims In Us

Abe expresses sympathy for shooting victims in US

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has condemned the mass shootings in the US states of Ohio and Texas over the weekend in a message to President Donald Trump.

Abe said in the message that the brutal attacks must not be allowed for any reason.

School Official Expresses Anger And Regret

School official expresses anger and regret

Officials at the elementary school in Kawasaki City that the children were attending held a news conference on Tuesday evening.

The stabbings killed one girl and wounded 16 other students at the school.

Trump Expresses Support To Resolve Abduction Issue

Trump expresses support to resolve abduction issue

US President Donald Trump has pledged his full support to help bring back Japanese nationals abducted by North Korea.

Trump is on a four-day state visit to Japan. Along with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, he met the families of victims on Monday.

Abe Expresses Concern Over Gulf Situation

Abe expresses concern over Gulf situation

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has met the visiting top Iranian diplomat and expressed concern over growing tensions in the Persian Gulf.

Abe met Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Thursday. They reaffirmed that their countries will maintain friendly relations.

Abe Expresses Sorrow Over Notre-dame Fire

Abe expresses sorrow over Notre-Dame fire

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has expressed sorrow over the damage caused by the fire at the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris, and said the Japanese stand in solidarity with the French people.

In a letter to French President Emmanuel Macron, Abe said the cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a symbol of Paris and is beloved by people throughout the world.

Pope Expresses His Will To Visit Japan

Pope expresses his will to visit Japan

Pope Francis has expressed his desire to visit Japanese cities, including Tokyo and Nagasaki, at the end of 2019, according to Japanese clerics.

The Pope met Japan's Cardinal Manyo Maeda and archbishop of Nagasaki Mitsuaki Takami on Monday at the Vatican.

Yasuda's Wife Expresses Gratitude

Yasuda's wife expresses gratitude

The wife of journalist Jumpei Yasuda has expressed gratitude to people supporting the two after he was safely released by an armed group in Syria.

Myu, a singer, spoke to NHK on Wednesday.

Nobel Prize Winner Honjo Expresses Gratitude

Nobel Prize winner Honjo expresses gratitude

Tasuku Honjo, from Japan who jointly won this year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with American, James Allison, has expressed gratitude to his research colleagues, students and many others, including his family for their support.

Honjo, a distinguished professor at Kyoto University, spoke to reporters on Monday after hearing the news.

Kono Expresses Hope For Improved China Ties

Kono expresses hope for improved China ties

Foreign Minister Taro Kono has indicated Japan's willingness to cooperate with China on infrastructure projects for developing countries.

Kono made the remarks in a speech on Friday at Georgetown University in Washington. He is a graduate of the university.

Abe Expresses Wish To Meet Kim

Abe expresses wish to meet Kim

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has expressed a wish to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to resolve the issue of abductions of Japanese nationals by Pyongyang.

Tokio Leader Joshima Shigeru Expresses Anger Towards Yamaguchi Tatsuya

TOKIO leader Joshima Shigeru expresses anger towards Yamaguchi Tatsuya

On the April 28th broadcast of TV Asahi's information program 'Gekkan News Leader,' TOKIO leader Joshima Shigeru commented on the recent incident involving fellow member Yamaguchi Tatsuya. 

At the beginning of the program, Joshima apologized, "I am terribly sorry for the trouble that TOKIO's Yamaguchi Tatsuya has caused after being investigated for indecent assault. To the victim and family, please accept my sincere apology.

Ichikawa Yui Expresses Her Desire For Marriage

Ichikawa Yui expresses her desire for marriageActress Ichikawa Yui held a release event for her photo book 'YUI'.
Ichikawa, who turned 29 years old last month, confessed, "I want to get married." She also revealed the type of man she wants to marry, "I am very close with my family, so I want a man who would also take care of my family."