Carlos Ghosn Watch: Japanese Official Visits Lebanon In Search Of Cooperation

Carlos Ghosn watch: Japanese official visits Lebanon in search of cooperation

BEIRUT — Japan's deputy justice minister met top officials in Lebanon on Monday over the case of Nissan's fugitive ex-boss, Carlos Ghosn, who fled to his home country late last year while on bail in Japan and awaiting trial.

Ghosn was arrested in late 2018 and is facing charges of under-reporting income and breach of trust. He says he is innocent. He led Nissan for nearly 20 years.

Prosecutors Search Office Of Ghosn's Ex-lawyer

Prosecutors search office of Ghosn's ex-lawyer

Japanese prosecutors have begun searching the office of a lawyer who served for former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn. Ghosn, who has been indicted in Japan over financial misconduct, escaped to Lebanon last month, skipping bail.

The prosecutors are investigating Ghosn's flight as suspected violation of the immigration control law. They say those who helped him flee could be charged on suspicion of aiding a criminal in avoiding capture.

Prosecutors Search Lawmaker's Offices

Prosecutors search lawmaker's offices

Tokyo prosecutors have searched offices of a ruling party lawmaker in connection with a Chinese firm suspected of illegally bringing tens of thousands of dollars' worth of cash into Japan.

The special investigative team on Thursday raided two offices in Tokyo of Liberal Democratic Party Lower House member Tsukasa Akimoto.

Police Search For Source Of Shuri Castle Fire

Police search for source of Shuri Castle fire

NHK has learned that security guards at Shuri Castle in Okinawa Prefecture, southern Japan, first detected smoke in the northern side of the main hall in Thursday's fire.

The security guards reportedly told police that they found smoke had filled a stairway leading to the northern part of the main building.

Search For Missing Continues In Eastern Japan

Search for missing continues in eastern Japan

Rescuers are continuing to search for missing people in eastern Japan, where torrential rains caused flooding and mudslides last Friday.

The disaster killed 10 people in Chiba and Fukushima prefectures. A woman in her 50s and a man in his 30s are unaccounted for.

Death Toll Hits 74, Rescuers Search For Missing

Death toll hits 74, rescuers search for missing

Authorities are grappling with the ongoing fallout from Typhoon Hagibis that killed at least 74 people. Rescue crews are still trying to locate missing people, while emergency crews are trying to deliver food and supplies to those struggling to cope.

In Miyagi prefecture, People stranded by the disaster wrote messages in the debris, urging officials to send help.

Rescuers Search For Missing, Death Toll Hits 74

Rescuers search for missing, death toll hits 74

Authorities in Japan are still trying to get a handle on the extent of the damage after Typhoon Hagibis tore through the country. At least 74 people have been confirmed dead.

Emergency crews have been racing to locate people who remain missing.

Emergency Crews Search For Missing, Assess Damage

Emergency crews search for missing, assess damage

Japanese authorities are still trying to get a handle on the extent of the damage after typhoon Hagibis tore through the country.

At least 74 people have now been confirmed dead. Emergency crews have been trying to locate those who remain missing.

Emergency Crews Search For Missing After Typhoon

Emergency crews search for missing after typhoon

Emergency crews are still trying to locate people who went missing after Typhoon Hagibis devastated parts of Japan over the weekend. Authorities say the death toll now stands at 72.

A member of Japan's Self-Defense Forces recorded a video from a helmet-cam on Sunday, as residents from a flooded nursing home were airlifted to safety.

Police In Yamanashi End Search For Missing Girl

Police in Yamanashi end search for missing girl

Police in Yamanashi Prefecture, west of Tokyo, say they will end their large-scale search efforts for a 7-year-old girl who went missing from a camp site last month.

Misaki Ogura, an elementary school first grader from the city of Narita, Chiba Prefecture, disappeared from a campground in the village of Doshi on September 21.

Police Search Home Of Kyoto Anime Arson Suspect

Police search home of Kyoto anime arson suspect

Police have searched the home of the suspect of a fatal arson attack at a Kyoto Animation studio in Kyoto City last week.

Ten investigators entered the apartment of 41-year-old Shinji Aoba in Saitama City just outside Tokyo on Friday morning.

Police Search Home Of Kyoto Arson Suspect

Police search home of Kyoto arson suspect

Police have begun searching the home of the suspect of a fatal arson attack at a Kyoto Animation studio in Kyoto City last week.

Investigators entered the apartment of 41-year-old Shinji Aoba in Saitama City just outside Tokyo on Friday morning.

Google App For Android Testing A Way To Share Your Search With Others

Google App For Android Testing A Way To Share Your Search With Others

Despite Google being so easy and straightforward to use, people still like to ask questions that they can easily Google the answer for, but we get it, sometimes older users might not be familiar with the process and the good news is that Google is testing out a way for users to easily share their searches.

This new share feature seems to be part of a recent update to Google beta app on Android, where as you can see in the screenshot above, there is a new Share button. This means that users can tap on it and share it with other people via messages, email, and so on. Prior to this, users could share search by copying the URL.

Search Resumes For Sunken Freighter's Crew

Search resumes for sunken freighter's crew

The Japan Coast Guard resumed on Tuesday its search for the missing crewmembers of a cargo ship that sank off eastern Japan, after tapping sounds were heard from inside.

The Senshomaru, with a crew of five, and another freighter collided in waters off Chiba Prefecture, near Tokyo, early Sunday.