As violence flares around the world's largest group of stateless people in Myanmar, an exile is pleading with Tokyo to come to their aid.
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Contentious law has been cited in two recent cases, including one over the mass surveillance of resident Muslims.
Crowds filter through a darkened corner of Tokyo's National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation on a recent Saturday, seeking to catch a glimpse of what the future may be like. One of the attractions is a child-like creature that sits perfectly still, and occasionally ...
Why has one of the deadliest wartime events in history never been properly memorialized in Japan?