Jal, Ana Slash International Flight Capacities

JAL, ANA slash international flight capacities

Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways will further slash their international flight capacities amid the growing impact of the coronavirus on air travel.

The two Japanese airlines will continue to try to cope with falling demand in the coming month.

International Android 9 Pie Release Underway For Lg V30

International Android 9 Pie Release Underway For LG V30

LG isn’t known for being quick to release software updates for its devices. The LG G7 didn’t receive its Pie update in the United States after almost a year of its being first rolled out. LG is currently rolling out the Pie update for the V30, a handset launched in 2017, for the international variant only.

LG V30 owners in the United States have drawn the short end of the stick as there’s no confirmation as yet when this update will finally be released for the V30 in the US. LG has released the update so far for the V30’s South Korean and European variants. It’s now rolling out the update for the international variant.

Kono: G20 To Discuss Liberal International Order

Kono: G20 to discuss liberal international order

Japan's Foreign Minister Taro Kono says maintaining the liberal international order will be at the top of the agenda for the Group of 20 summit in Osaka next month.

Kono spoke in Paris on Thursday at a meeting of business leaders and government officials from OECD member nations.

International Thatching Conference In Shirakawa

International thatching conference in Shirakawa

Thatching craftspeople from the Netherlands, Sweden and other countries have joined locals to roof a traditional farmhouse in a World Heritage village in central Japan.

About 180 foreign and local craftspeople took part in the thatching of a distinctive steep-angled roof in Shirakawa Village, Gifu Prefecture, on Sunday.

Prosecutors Seek International Help On Ghosn Case

Prosecutors seek international help on Ghosn case

Sources say Tokyo prosecutors are seeking help from outside Japan to investigate the financial transactions of former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn.

Ghosn was arrested for the fourth time on Thursday, on suspicion of aggravated breach of trust.

Japan To Rule Out Coal-fired Plants As International Criticism Rises

Japan to rule out coal-fired plants as international criticism rises

The Environment Ministry said that in principle it will not sanction construction of new large coal-fired power plants nor boilers to existing facilities in line with Japan's international pledges to tackle global warming.

Moves are spreading worldwide to shun facilities that burn fossil fuels because they spew so much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

Nishikori Wins Brisbane International

Nishikori wins Brisbane International

Japanese tennis star Kei Nishikori has clinched his first title in almost three years by winning the men's singles final at the Brisbane International tournament in Australia.

The world's number nine player beat Russia's Daniil Medvedev 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 on Sunday.

Kansai International Airport Fully Reopens

Kansai International Airport fully reopens

Kansai International Airport in Osaka Prefecture, western Japan, fully reopened on Friday morning. The airport was severely damaged by a powerful typhoon earlier this month, forcing the suspension of most of its operations.

All services resumed at the North Wing of Terminal 1, which includes the departure lobby for international flights. Part of the terminal and Terminal 2 as well as 2 runways had already reopened.