Confused malcontents swilling Chardonnay while awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse.
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Police are yet to question the 41-year-old man suspected of starting a fire at Kyoto Animation's studio that killed 33 people, with another 10 still in a critical condition.
The Japanese Prime Minister Abe welcomes his coalition bloc securing a majority in Upper House elections, edging towards his dream of changing the country's pacifist constitution.
While we've all been focused on the escalating tension between the US and China, another economic spat has been bubbling away.
Victims of one of the world's worst nuclear crisis are left disappointed after a court in Tokyo ruled former Fukushima bosses were not guilty of negligence.
I guess you could hardly blame them for the Tsunami.
Perhaps the coast was not the best choice of location for a nuclear reactor, however...
Seven people are dead and 15 are missing after Typhoon Hagibis made landfall on Japan's main island of Honshu, with a magnitude-5.7 quake increasing already landslide-prone conditions.
Helicopter crews pluck people from their flooded homes as rescue efforts reach full force in parts of Japan after a powerful typhoon unleashed heavy rainfall, leaving at least seven people dead and 15 missing.
The death toll in the worst typhoon to hit Japan in decade climbs to 66, as over 110,000 rescuers continue to work on a massive rescue operation to search for people trapped by the disaster.
I loved the Canadian rugby players who stepped in to help when their game was cancelled.