We must protect the senile elderly people from unscrupulous business operators by using the adult guardianship system.

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New rules eyed to relax weapons export ban
2014-01-31 Fri 13:03
Prime Minister Abe Shinzo says his government will relax Japan's arms export ban and replace it with a new set of rules.
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Govt to develop unmanned helicopters
2014-01-31 Fri 10:15
The government will develop high-tech unmanned helicopters for searching operations in disaster areas.

It is considering to put them into service by fiscal 2018, and encourage fire stations in big cities to procure by lending them for free.
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At UN debate, Asia history tensions flare
2014-01-31 Fri 08:47
Tensions between Japan and its neighbors over historical issues have flared at the UN Security Council, with strong words from top envoys.

Chinese Ambassador Liu Jieyi said the Japanese prime minister's recent visit to Yasukuni shrine had closed the door to dialogue.

South Korea's envoy accused Japan of having a distorted view of history.

Japan said raising these issues at the UN did not help to reduce tensions.
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Bird flu spreads north, outbreak confirmed in Gyeonggi Province
2014-01-31 Fri 05:09
A bird flu case has been confirmed at a chicken farm in Gyeonggi Province the government said on Thursday.
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Sochi Winter Olympic Games begin
2014-01-31 Fri 04:14
The 2014 Winter Olympic Games are officially underway in Sochi, Russia.
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N. Korean leader's aunt in Europe
2014-01-30 Thu 16:22
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's aunt is staying in Europe following the execution of her husband, Jang Song-thaek, a news report said on Thursday.
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Festival travelers battle heavy fog in China 
2014-01-30 Thu 16:01
Heavy fog enveloped several regions in central China on Thursday, with expressways being closed and more than 219 flights delayed or canceled, local authorities said.
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N.Korea demands S.Korea-US cancel military drill
2014-01-30 Thu 04:50
North Korea's ambassador to China has demanded that South Korea cancel a joint military drill with the United States that's scheduled to begin late next month.
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China Forcing New York Times Reporter To Leave Country
2014-01-30 Thu 04:00
The Chinese government is kicking Austin Ramzy, a reporter for The New York Times, out of the country, claiming that he broke the country's visa rules for foreign journalists.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry has given Ramzy until the end of the week to leave the country, Reuters reported Monday.
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Hong Kong reports third H7N9 death
2014-01-30 Thu 00:05
Hong Kong on Wednesday reported its third death from H7N9 bird flu—an elderly man who had visited mainland China—a day after authorities culled 22,000 birds to curb the disease.
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Fresh clashes erupt in Maguindanao
2014-01-29 Wed 20:31
Fresh clashes broke out Tuesday in Maguindanao between government troops and Moro rebels opposed to peace deal following intermittent clashes the previous day, the military said.

The firefight started in the villages of Ganta and Batak in Shariff Saydona at 5a.m., Colonel Dickson Hermoso, spokesman of the Philippine Army’s 6th Infantry Division,said on Wednesday.

On Monday, clashes between the government forces and the breakaway Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters left 17 rebels killed in parts of Maguindanao.
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Cities close markets over H7N9 fears
2014-01-29 Wed 20:06
Live poultry sales to be stopped in various locations amid concern that rising numbers of infections and Chinese New Year travel and celebrations may worsen national health threat.
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Eight killed in India bus fire
2014-01-29 Wed 19:57
At least eight people have been killed after a bus in caught fire in India's western state of Maharashtra, media reports say.
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Abe to Attend Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony
2014-01-29 Wed 03:37
Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo is expected to visit Russia from Feb. 7 to attend the opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympic Games the same day, government officials said on Tuesday.
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China dodges major shadow banking default
2014-01-29 Wed 03:29
Chinese investors avoided a high-profile trust default on Monday, easing worries that the economy may be about to tip the first domino of shadow banking defaults.
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19 H7N9 deaths already in China
2014-01-28 Tue 15:16
H7N9 bird flu has killed 19 in China this year already, and the total number of human infections has reached 96.
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New teaching manuals to call Senkakus, Takeshima Japanese territory
2014-01-28 Tue 12:23
The education ministry will revise its teaching manuals for junior and senior high schools to describe Senkaku Islands and Takeshima islets as integral parts of Japanese territory.
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12 H7N9 deaths in Chinese province
2014-01-28 Tue 05:31
H7N9 bird flu has caused 12 deaths in east China's Zhejiang Province alone this year, local health authorities said on Monday.
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Park urges Japan to get back on right path
2014-01-28 Tue 05:22
South Korean President Park Geun-hye has expressed the hope that Japanese politicians will return to what she calls the right path.
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More than 600 are sickened on Royal Caribbean cruise ship
2014-01-28 Tue 04:10
A 10-day Royal Caribbean cruise ship will return two days early after an outbreak of illness, the cruise line said on Sunday.

According to Bernadette Burden, a spokeswoman with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 600 people on the ship have become ill. Passengers and crew members reported vomiting and diarrhea.

Cause is not clear, though symptoms are consistent with norovirus.
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Record trade deficit of ¥11.47 trillion
2014-01-28 Tue 01:03
Japan posted a record ¥11.47 trillion trade deficit for 2013, far exceeding the previous record deficit of ¥6.94 trillion posted in 2012, according to trade statistics released on Monday by the Finance Ministry.
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3 Chinese ships intrude into Japanese waters around Senkaku Islands
2014-01-27 Mon 13:12
Three Chinese coast guard ships entered Japanese territorial waters around the Senkakus on Monday, the Japan Coast Guard said.
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Tourist boat capsizes in Andaman Sea, killing 21
2014-01-27 Mon 06:46
A tourist boat has sunk off India's Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal, officials say.

At least 21 people died and some remained missing.

The boat, Aqua Marine, capsized on Sunday afternoon off Port Blair, the capital of the islands.
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Abe in India
2014-01-27 Mon 06:21
Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo attended the Republic Day ceremony of India as the chief guest and observed a parade on Sunday.

He is the first Japanese prime minister to have been invited to the annual ceremony.
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All relatives of Jang executed too
2014-01-26 Sun 17:04
All relatives of the executed uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, including children and the country's ambassadors to Cuba and Malaysia, have also been put to death at the leader's instruction, Yonhap News Agency reported Sunday ,citing multiple sources.
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China court sentences Xu Zhiyong to four years in jail
2014-01-26 Sun 14:16
A Chinese court has sentenced prominent human rights activist Xu Zhiyong to four years in prison.

The UN Declaration of Human Rights declares "Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers".

China doesn't have the qualification to stay in the United Nations.
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China Navy patrols Nansha islands
2014-01-26 Sun 14:11
A formation of the Nanhai Fleet of China's Navy on Saturday finished a three-day patrol of the Nansha islands in the South China Sea, and is now heading southward.
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Mall shooting in Maryland results in 3 deaths
2014-01-26 Sun 12:09
Three people died and five others were injured on Saturday in a shooting at a shopping mall in the US state of Maryland.

Police received a call late on Saturday morning that shots had been fired in the mall in Columbia, a suburb of both Baltimore and Washington.

Police found a man and a woman, both in their 20s, who had been shot dead.
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Japan, India agree to conduct naval drill with U.S.
2014-01-26 Sun 01:10
Japan and India agreed on Saturday to carry out a trilateral naval drill with the United States.
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Violence still reported in S. Sudan despite cease-fire
2014-01-26 Sun 00:42
South Sudan's government said Saturday that rebel fighters had attacked government troops after the cease-fire had come into force.
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