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Health inspectors found 13 violations in Mar-a-Lago's kitchen

West Palm Beach - The kitchen at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort was cited for 13 health code violations just six days after the president's inauguration. Three of these violations were deemed “high priority” by inspectors.

Japan plans $265 billion plus in economic stimulus

Tokyo - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced plans to spend more that 28 trillion yen ($265 billion US) in an economic stimulus package to try and revive the Japanese economy.

Fearing backlash over cost, Abe scraps Olympic stadium plans

Tokyo - Japan's Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe announced on Friday he was scrapping plans for the controversial Olympic national stadium in Tokyo.

Japan to defy world opinion, set to begin whaling in Antarctic Special

Going against the tide of public opinion and an international court ruling, Japan's whaling boats will head for the Southern Ocean. A chief negotiator for whaling decisions told reporters that the country will resume whaling in Antarctica in Dec. 2015.

U.S. welcome India-Japan Strategic Partnership

The United States has stated that it welcomes the recently announced India-Japan Strategic Partnership and said that it looks forward to enhancing trilateral co-operation with the countries.

Court ruling stymies restart of nuclear plants in Japan

A district court ruling Wednesday against the Kansai Electric Power Company has stymied Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's plans to restart Japan's idling nuclear power plants. The ruling is seen as a major victory for anti-nuclear activists in Japan.

PM Shinzo Abe listed in Time's Top 100 most Influential People

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has said that if Japan wanted to let the world know it was making an economic comeback, electing Shinzo Abe as Prime Minister was the right move. After fighting his way back from a serious illness in 2007, he has changed Japan.

Op-Ed: Japan defence budgets increase along with China tensions

Tokyo - Japan and China tensions over East China Sea islands, that both countries claim to own, continue to increase resulting in Japan deciding to increase its defence budget.

Voting begins in closely watched Tokyo election

Tokyo - Tokyo voters began electing a new city assembly Sunday in a contest that is being closely watched to see how Japan's major parties might fare in the Upper House elections in July.

Japanese PM in vehicle accident, escapes injury

Tokyo - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was involved in a five-car pile-up at a toll gate in Tokyo en route to a rally on Saturday. He escaped unhurt, but two guards sustained facial injuries.

Shrouded in secrecy, Japan executions resume with three hangings

The Japanese government on Thursday executed three inmates, marking its first executions since conservative Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took office in December, the Justice Ministry said.

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