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Former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe dies aged 67

Japan's former prime minister Shinzo Abe has been shot during a campaign stop. Few details about the shooter have been released. Investigators have detained...

Japan, Russia sign fishing deal despite Ukraine tensions

Tokyo (Times Of Ocean) - Japan and Russia reached a deal on Tokyo's fishing quota for salmon and trout born in Russian rivers, Japan's fisheries agency said on Saturday, despite worsening ties over the Ukraine crisis.

Japan expels 8 Russian diplomats, condemns war in Ukraine

Tokyo (Times Of Ocean)- The Japanese government on Friday expelled eight Russian diplomats after Russia killed civilians in Ukraine, a rare move.

Russia withdraws from peace treaty talks with Japan

Moscow (Times Of Ocean)- Russia halted joint economic projects involving disputed Kuril islands and withdrew from peace talks with Japan.

Japan PM urges Modi to take tougher line against Russian invasion

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has urged his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, to take a tougher line on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but a...

Japanese central bank maintains monetary easing

Tokyo (Times Of Ocean)- The Bank of Japan (BOJ) decided to maintain its monetary easing policy on Friday in spite of inflation shock and the effect of the Russian-Ukrainian war on the global economy.

The central banks worldwide struggle to tame high inflation

New York (The Times Groupe)- In the midst of the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, an increase in energy and food prices, and other issues, central banks are looking for ways to escape the high inflation swamp.

G7 summit kicks off under shadow of Ukraine war, stagflation risk

Schloss Elmau (The Times Groupe)- The German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will welcome leaders from the Group of Seven rich democracies to the Bavarian Alps on Sunday for a three-day summit overshadowed by the war in Ukraine and its far-reaching consequences.

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: All 32 teams have been ranked from ‘Favourites’ to ‘Tourists’

Brasília (The Times Groupe)- It's just five months until the 2022 World Cup finals in Qatar, but which country will win football's most prestigious trophy on December 18?

China launches third, most advanced aircraft carrier named ‘Fujian’

Beijing (The Times Groupe)- China launched its third and most advanced aircraft carrier on Friday, with new combat systems that experts say are fast catching up to the United States.

Washington vows to maintain pressure on North Korea amid fears of new nuclear test

Washington (The Times Groupe)- The US pledged on Monday to maintain diplomatic pressure on North Korea "until the regime in Pyongyang changes course" amid repeated ballistic missile tests and fears of another nuclear test.

2022 volleyball Nations League: Iran dispatch Australia 3 sets to 1

Tehran (The Times Groupe)- Iran defeated Australia 3 sets to 1 in the 2022 Volleyball Nations League.

India bans wheat exports causes global prices jump

World (The Times Groupe)- The global wheat prices in markets have risen after India banned the export of the staple cereal.

Spain set to become 1st European nation to introduce 3 ‘menstrual leave’ for women

Madrid (The Times Groupe)- New proposed legislation will outline next week could allow women in Spain to take several days of "menstrual leave" from the workplace every month.

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