Four years after her death and sexual assault, 22-year-old English teacher Lindsay Hawker finally gets justice for her ordeal.
A Japanese court in Chiba, Japan convicted Tatsuya Ichihashi to spend the rest of his life in jail for the rape and fatal strangling of Hawker four years back. Continue Reading
The road to recovery of Japan is now in full blast five weeks since a devastating quake, tsunami and nuclear crisis struck the Asian country.
One of the famous modern landmarks of Japan is now again open to the visiting tourists. Continue Reading
Recent reports from Japan revealed that most of those people killed in the recent quake-tsunami in Japan were elderly.
Data taken from the Japanese government has shown that from the 8,000 dead whose ages are known, around 4,400 were aged 65 or older. Continue Reading
To protect its people from harm, the Philippine government has decided to repatriate some 2,000 Filipinos living within the 50-kilometer radius of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan.
The government of the Philippines made the directive after the Japanese government earlier raised the severity level of the crisis at its crippled nuclear plant Tuesday to rank it on par with the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, citing cumulative radiation leaks that have contaminated the air, tap water, vegetables and seawater. Continue Reading
Three of the most important Japanese car manufacturing companies, namely Honda Motor Co., Mazda Motor Corp. and Suzuki Motor Corp. reopened their closed factories this week, Mazda and Suzuki in Tuesday and Honda on Wednesday, March 23, 2011. It is an attempt to restart car production after catastrophic situation caused by earthquake and tsunami that continues today with radiation problems from damaged or destructed nuclear power plants. However the resume of production is intended to be temporary, mainly for finishing the assemblage of those vehicles which already are within the plants. Continue Reading
Three Japanese smugglers had been executed in China. The smugglers tried to smuggle methamphetamine from China.
The Japan’s Justice had been concerned over the relations of the two countries, making them to be concerned on their citizens in China.
The three smugglers were smuggling drugs from the northern province of Liaoning. One of the smugglers had been smuggling drugs since 2003.
The smugglers are said to be caught at the separate airports of Liaoning.
According to some of the news, China had been doing death sentences but still did not tell the world about the death sentences.