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Abe to visit Indonesia, India, Malaysia late Aug
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit Indonesia, India and Malaysia on a weeklong trip beginning Aug. 19 to strengthen bilateral relations through talks with his counterparts, Tokyo's top spokesman said Monday. Abe will be accompanied by a business delegation to be headed by Fujio Mitarai, c

Japan, U.S. to meet in Tokyo over Japan's beef trade rules
Japan and the United States will hold a meeting in Tokyo on Wednesday and Thursday to discuss Washington's demand that Japan ease its restrictions on imports of U.S. beef, Japan's farm and health ministries said Monday.Japan limits imports of U.S. beef to the meat of cattle up to 20 months old a

Ex-Russian PM airs concern about U.S. approach to N. Korea
Visiting former Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov on Monday expressed displeasure regarding top U.S. nuclear negotiator Christopher Hill's surprise visit to Pyongyang, saying Washington should have consulted other parties involved in multilateral talks on North Korea's nuclear programs."We

Japan hopes for substantive IAEA, N. Korea talks on inspections
Japan on Monday expressed hopes that an International Atomic Energy Agency delegation can achieve substantive discussions with North Korea in a visit to Pyongyang on Tuesday to resume inspections, as an important step toward realizing North Korea's denuclearization."I believe it will be preparat

German newspapers print Akagi's photo instead of Abe's
Three local German newspapers in the area hosting the G-8 summit this week mistakenly published a photo of Japan's agriculture minister Norihiko Akagi instead of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The Schweriner Volkszeitung and two other regional papers carried the photo of Akagi in a profile on Abe ahead