Sunday, December 19, 2010

DTN News: Japan Top Stories / Headlines News Dated December 19, 2010

DTN News: Japan Top Stories / Headlines News Dated December 19, 2010
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The Japan Times Online

MATSUYAMA, Ehime Pref. (Kyodo) A research team led by Ehime University scientists has successfully synthesized what is believed to be the world's hardest artificial diamond, a professor from the university said Saturday.

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Kan pays Futenma first visit

Prime Minister Naoto Kan inspects for the first time U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Futenma in Ginowan, Okinawa Prefecture, but there is no tangible progress in reaching a compromise with local authorities on its relocation.

H5N1 bird flu strain detected in Tottori swan

The deadly H5N1 strain of avian influenza has been detected in a swan that died earlier this month in Yonago, Tottori Prefecture, local officials say.

It's official: Hatoyama does not intend to retire from politics

Former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama clearly states he intends to continue his political career, publicly retracting his plan to retire when his current term ends.

The Mainichi Daily News
  • Kan takes aerial tour of Okinawa U.S. bases (Dec.19)
  • 'Dynamic defense capability' aimed at China / New guidelines seek stronger defense of southern islands by more flexible, prepared forces (Dec.19)
  • Drier garbage means less mass, smell (Dec.19)
  • Dispute on weapons export ban seen lingering (Dec.19)
  • Albatross may find new home (Dec.19)
  • 14 hurt in Ibaraki Pref. knife attack (Dec.18)
  • China warning raised in new defense policy / Pushes shifting SDF presence to Nansei isles (Dec.18)
  • Resignation not shocking to all / Some colleagues say top prosecutor's decision to quit was inevitable (Dec.18)
  • Tax reform plans just a patchwork (Dec.18)
  • Shoppers all ears for rice bread (Dec.18)
  • Nozzle may have doomed Akatsuki, but could also save it (Dec.18)
  • PHOTOSCAPE--ZOOM UP / Girls grapple with more than classes (Dec.18)
  • ANALYSIS / Govt pushing courts to better protect kids (Dec.17)
  • Police may send papers on JCG officer next week (Dec.17)
  • YIES / Maehara says leverage lost on N. isles (Dec.17)
  • IN THE NEWS / Nation's youngest female mayor raring to go (Dec.17)
  • Open the floodgates (of govt money) / Kan's call could mean a 250 bil. yen project was for naught, and that's just the start (Dec.17)
  • 2-year suspension of parental rights mulled / Panel says Civil Code needs overhaul (Dec.17)
  • Isahaya Bay ruling won't be appealed (Dec.16)
  • Mitarai, Tango named Yomiuri outside auditors (Dec.16)
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