TOKYO -- A social welfare corporation based in the capital's Sumida Ward revealed on Sept. 28 that it is planning to establish a "baby hatch" at one of its hospitals in the ward in fiscal 2024 to anonymously accept infants whose parents are unable to raise them.
Police investigating after former tree of the year winner, estimated to be several hundred years old, felled
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China's leadership knows that sabre rattling around Taiwan to force an outcome to its liking in elections does not work and Beijing is not likely to try such actions ahead of January's presidential vote, the Taiwanese foreign minister said Thursday.
More than 100 people were killed and 150 injured in a fire at a wedding party in Hamdaniya district in Iraq’s Nineveh province that left civil defence searching the charred skeleton of a building for survivors into the early hours of Wednesday.
TOKYO -- The Unification Church has published a protest against Japanese public broadcaster NHK, demanding that it stop airing and apologize for a program dealing with the religious group's recruitment methods.