In Kobe, Sambi meets her old minister from the Japanese Protestant community in Cologne. Ken Noguri now has a small congregation in Kobe, the port city that was devastation by a major earthquake on 17 January, 1995.
Families of Japanese held captive for decades in North Korea have little hope that dialogue between Seoul, Washington and Pyongyang will result in their loved ones being released. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
The head of Japanese steelmaker Kobe has announced his resignation. The company submitted false strength and quality data to its clients for its metal products. An internal report blames Kobe's internal culture.
Mitsubishi Materials has admitted that three of its subsidiaries falsified data on rubber sealing – a key manufacturing component in airplanes, but also nuclear power plants. It joins a list of penitents that includes Kobe Steel, Nissan and Subaru.
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