Seven-year-old Yamato was found at a military base close to the spot where he went missing six days ago. His parents are now the target of criticism.
Pyongyang has fired an intermediate-range missile over Japanese territory for the second time in two weeks, a day after Kim Jong Un threatened Tokyo for supporting the US.
Twenty-two years after Aum Shinrikyo released sarin gas in the Tokyo subway, a court has ruled that an Aum-splinter group no longer poses a threat to the public. But some people have reservations. Julian Ryall reports.
Reports from Iraq suggest that as many as five Japanese are among those detained after the fall of an "Islamic State" stronghold near Mosul. Why did they leave safe and peaceful Japan to live in a war zone?
The UN Security Council has denounced North Korea's launch of a ballistic missile over Japan. But with no further sanctions in sight, many Japanese are still looking for answers. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
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