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South Korea holds island live-fire drill, ignores Japan protest

Seoul - The South Korean navy held a rare live-fire drill near a set of disputed islands on Friday, brushing off angry protests from co-claimant Japan, which called the exercises "deplorable".
In the Media by AFP

Japan 'to establish island military posts'

Tokyo - Japan is to establish new military outposts on remote islands, a report said Monday, as Tokyo looks to bolster its defence amid a territorial dispute with China.
In the Media by AFP

Japan delegation leaves for Beijing to mend ties with China

Tokyo - A delegation of senior Japanese lawmakers left for Beijing Sunday on a mission to mend ties between the two neighbours amid a territorial dispute, which has prevented a leaders' summit.
In the Media by AFP

Toyota India output halves amid worker pay dispute

Bangalore - Japan's Toyota said production at its two Indian plants has fallen by half as many of its unionised workers remain off the job over a pay dispute.
In the Media by AFP

Toyota India hires contract workers to restart output

New Delhi - Japan's Toyota said Tuesday it has hired 1,000 contract workers to help restart production, after its employees refused to return to work following an end to a eight-day company lockout.The Toyota workers and its management at two plants near the south...
In the Media by AFP

Japan stages rally over disputed islands with S.Korea

Tokyo - Japan held an annual rally on Saturday marking Tokyo's claim to a set of tiny islands controlled by South Korea, further fuelling a long-standing territorial row between the neighbours.Some 500 people gathered at the event in Shimane prefecture in west...
In the Media by AFP

Christie's cancels Miro art sale over Portugal dispute

London - Auction house Christie's on Tuesday said it had cancelled the London sale of 85 paintings by Spanish master Joan Miro valued at more than 36 million euros ($48.5 million) over a legal dispute in Portugal.
In the Media by AFP

Miro art sale cancelled over Portugal dispute

London - Auction house Christie's on Tuesday said it had cancelled the London sale of 85 paintings by Spanish master Joan Miro valued at more than 36 million euros over a legal dispute in Portugal.
In the Media by AFP

US challenges China compliance claim in WTO steel row

Washington - The United States on Monday challenged China's claim that it has complied with World Trade Organization rules regarding duties on certain US steel products.
In the Media by AFP

Its fisherman shot to death, Taiwan gave ultimatum to Philippines

Taiwan's government has issued a 72-hour ultimatum to the Philippines' government, demanding an apology over the fatal shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman. Its coastguard dispatched four vessels to guard the disputed water where the shooting took place
In the Media by Eko Armunanto

Conflict resolution - disagree with the referee, karate kick him

Rio De Janeiro - A player in the Brazilian third division took the law in his own hands when he disagreed with the referees call. Trailing 1-0 the 25 year old was upset that the referee only added four minutes injury time. His solution karate kick the referee.
In the Media by Karl Gotthardt

Tens of thousands to strike today over UK pension cuts & changes

London - Around 400,000 public sector workers in the United Kingdom will be joining a 24-hour strike over proposed changes to pensions.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 1 comment

Man complains Adidas shipped package to a bar, not his house

A man wrote in to the Consumerist blog to tell his story about a Christmas purchase he bought from Adidas that had gone missing.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 1 comment

Islamic games cancelled due to Arab/Iran dispute over Gulf name

The Islamic Solidarity Sports Federation (ISSF), based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia has cancelled the region's athletic games in Tehran due to Iran's use of the words "Persian Gulf" on the winner's medals.
In the Media by Kevin Jess

California wife bitten by husband during domestic dispute

A trip to the doctor turned into a prescription for a fight between a husband and wife. It led to a trip to the hospital for both spouses.
In the Media by Sandy Sand

US company no longer cloning dogs

A patent dispute between pet cloning company BioArts International and a Korean company, RNL Bio has ended with BioArts ending it's cloning of dogs citing the Korean company's lack of concern for animal welfare among other things.
In the Media by Kevin Jess - 4 comments

Listuguj First Nation puts up teepee in protest

The protesters are members of the Listuguj First Nation in Quebec. They want a monument symbolizing their history to welcome visitors to the area.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 2 comments

Ottawa criticized for poor communications

Talking points in an internal memo prepared for Conservative members of the Alberta legislative assembly reveals a growing division between federal and provincial Tories.
In the Media by Jan Rose

REFILE : ROUNDUP: German Social Democrats fail to resolve dispute

A top-level meeting of Germany's Social Democrats (SPD) failed Tuesday to resolve a dispute over the payment of benefits to the older unemployed that has split the party in recent weeks.
In the Media by dpa news

Second Life "land" dispute moves offline to federal courtroom

A virtual land dispute in Second Life will be resolved in federal court after a judge's ruling.
In the Media by RobotGod

Dispute against the launch of nuclear missile

The Indonesia government says an Indonesian passenger jet was forced to turn round in Indian airspace to avoid a nuclear-capable missile test flight.
In the Media by Jishpar - 4 comments

Bizarre Domestic Dispute Leaves Car In Lake, Naked Man Swimming To Shore

Woman looks out her window to see a black four door sedan floating by in the middle of a lake...then things get weird
In the Media by Critical_Conformity - 1 comment

Judge scolds Rogers in cellphone dispute

Judge says Rogers must pay punitive damages to a law professor for breaching contract.
In the Media by Brandigal (Donna) - 3 comments

Dad Arrested After Boy, 4, Calls 911

An alert 4-year-old calls 911 while his Mom fights off her boyfriend
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 8 comments

Apple/Cisco Trademark War still Unresolved

Apple recieves an extension on responding to Cisco lawsuit
In the Media by momokoseiya

Shipwreck dispute going to court

A U.S. company with a major Cape Breton shareholder is threatening to take the Nova Scotia government to court in a dispute over one of the most famous shipwrecks in North American history.
In the Media by Brandigal (Donna)

Jazz Dispute

A heated debate between Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie.
In the Media by RobotGod

Man Tasers 79-Year-Old Grandmother In Dispute

When his wife's grandmother accused him of abusing his son, Aaron de Bruyn reached for his 50,000-volt Taser X26.
In the Media by geozone - 5 comments

Man charged with assault at Sudbury nursing home

A resident of a Sudbury Ontario nursing home is in hospital after being beaten by his roommate over the volume of the television.
In the Media by soome2000 - 1 comment

Ontario developer hires Clayton Ruby in Deseronto land dispute

Ontario developer, Tim Letch, has hired Clayton Ruby to represent him as he pledges to forge ahead with his $35 million development plans.
In the Media by soome2000 - 1 comment
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