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The war crimes tribunal provided nothing “other than the opportunity for the victors to retaliate,” said Justice Radhabinod Pal, the jurist from India.
No. 2 maegashira Ichinojo beat Ura in an earlier bout to go one better than the lone grand champion.
Fittingly, the Argentine legend scored the first goal in the French club's tour-opening win over Kawasaki Frontale.
Without Yuzuru Hanyu, Nathan Chen and suspended Russian skaters, the 2022-23 Grand Prix season will have a different vibe.
Koreans were attracted to the high wages and fair working conditions at Japan’s Sado Mines, says economic historian Dr Lee Wooyoun. The notion of forced labor...
The new golf tour’s aggressive plans to make a big publicity splash are on full display in pursuit of marquee names.
Only 1% of aviation fuel in 2020 was sustainable, showing the harsh reality of how far there is to go to achieve net zero greenhouse gas...
JAPAN Forward takes a look at how athletes and public figures reacted to legendary figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu’s announcement on Tuesday, July 19.
The small cars are popular for their low prices and low maintenance costs, including taxes, and now occupy nearly 40% of Japan’s new car market.
The Supreme Court’s decision in June was expected to clear up the confusion but the latest lower court ruling ignores precedent to reward TEPCO shareholders.
International law and theory were behind the dissent of Justice Radhabinod Pal of India in the International Military Tribunal for the Far East after WWII.