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With flowers, prayers and a 19-gun salute, Japan honoured slain former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday at the first state funeral for a former premier in 55 years - a ceremony that has become as controversial as he was in life.
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Rocketing LNG cargo prices have squeezed out dozens of smaller traders, concentrating the business in the hands of a handful of international energy majors and top global trading houses.
- WorldRussia detains Japanese consul on spying charge; Tokyo hints at retaliation
Russia's FSB security agency said on Monday it had detained a Japanese consul in Russia's Pacific port city of Vladivostok for suspected espionage and ordered him to leave the country.
The mission was a test of the first planetary defense system, designed to prevent a doomsday meteorite collision with Earth
- Florida scrambles to prepare as Hurricane Ian churns toward coast, article with videoBusiness ·
September 27, 2022 · 6:17 AM UTC
Residents across Florida scrambled to place sandbags around their homes and stockpile emergency supplies on Monday, emptying store shelves as Hurricane Ian spun toward the state carrying high winds, torrential rains and a powerful storm surge.