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Kiyoshi Takenaka

Ghosn, Nissan formally charged in financial misconduct scandal

10 Dec 2018

TOKYO Tokyo prosecutors indicted Carlos Ghosn, the ousted chairman of Nissan, for under-reporting his income, and officially charged the automaker for its role in the financial misconduct scandal that has shocked the industry. | Video

Five Marines missing after two U.S. aircraft collide, crash into sea off Japan

06 Dec 2018

TOKYO/WASHINGTON Five U.S. Marines were missing after two Marine Corps aircraft collided in mid-air and crashed into the sea off the coast of Japan during an air-to-air refuelling exercise on Thursday, Japanese and American officials said. | Video

4,8 Quadratmeter - Carlos Ghosns neue Heimat

23 Nov 2018

Tokio Das Leben von Carlos Ghosn war in den vergangenen Jahren eine einzige Reise um die Welt.

RPT-Austere Japan detention quarters contrast with Ghosn's globe-trotting lifestyle

22 Nov 2018

TOKYO, Nov 22 Japanese prosecutors have confirmed that Nissan's arrested chairman, Carlos Ghosn, is being held in the spartan Tokyo Detention Center, its many rules and restrictions making for a stark contrast with his comfortable, globe-trotting lifestyle.

Austere Japan detention quarters contrast with Ghosn's globe-trotting lifestyle

22 Nov 2018

TOKYO Japanese prosecutors have confirmed that Nissan's arrested chairman, Carlos Ghosn, is being held in the spartan Tokyo Detention Center, its many rules and restrictions making for a stark contrast with his comfortable, globe-trotting lifestyle.

Austere Japan detention quarters contrast with Ghosn's globe-trotting lifestyle

22 Nov 2018

TOKYO Japanese prosecutors have confirmed that Nissan's arrested chairman, Carlos Ghosn, is being held in the spartan Tokyo Detention Center, its many rules and restrictions making for a stark contrast with his comfortable, globe-trotting lifestyle.

Japanese journalist apologises, recounts days as hostage in Syria

02 Nov 2018

TOKYO Jumpei Yasuda, a Japanese journalist held by militants in Syria for more than three years, said on Friday he told his captors to deafen him if they suspected he was eavesdropping on their conversations.

South Korean court infuriates Japan by ordering Nippon Steel to compensate WWII workers

30 Oct 2018

SEOUL/TOKYO South Korea's top court ruled on Tuesday Japan's Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp. must compensate four South Koreans for their forced labour during World War Two, a verdict Japan denounced as "unthinkable" while expressing hope that the uneasy neighbours' cooperation on North Korea would not be hurt.

Rice balls for Japan hostage as he returns home from Syrian 'hell'

25 Oct 2018

TOKYO A 44-year-old Japanese freelance journalist returned home on Thursday to rice balls cooked by his mother but an uncertain future more than three years after militants in Syria captured him in what he described as a physical and mental "hell". | Video

REFILE-Japanese hostage returns home after three years in Syrian "hell"

25 Oct 2018

TOKYO, Oct 25 A 44-year-old Japanese freelance journalist arrives home on Thursday to an uncertain welcome more than three years after militants in Syria captured and held him in what he described as a physical and mental "hell".

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