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Draft UNSC resolution OK's forcible checks of DPRK ships

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3 people stabbed to death in Kawasaki, man arrested
May 29, 2009 by AP

A man was arrested Saturday on suspicion of stabbing to death two men and a woman near an apartment in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, police said. The suspect, who identified himself as Sumitoshi Tsuda, 57, has admitted to the stabbings, the police said. (AP)
Draft UNSC resolution OK's forcible checks of DPRK ships
May. 30, 2009 by Yomiuri

A draft U.N. Security Council resolution against North Korea compiled by Japan and the United States in response to its nuclear test includes a provision that allows the use of force in conducting cargo inspections of North Korean vessels, The Yomiuri Shimbun learned Thursday. (Yomiuri)

N. Korea fires another short-range missile
May. 29, 2009 by AP

North Korea on Friday fired another short-range missile off its east coast, a South Korean government source said in a report by the South's Yonhap News Agency. The short-range missile, the sixth since the North conducted an underground nuclear test on Monday, was launched from the Musudan-ri rocket launch site in North Hamkyong Province, the source said, according to the report. (AP)

Ex-sumo stablemaster given 6-yr prison term over wrestler's death
May. 29, 2009 by AP

The Nagoya District Court sentenced a former sumo stablemaster Friday to six years in prison for telling wrestlers at his stable to haze and beat a 17-year-old wrestler who died from the injuries two years ago. (AP)

Signs of demand recovery emerge in U.S. and Japan
May. 28, 2009 by Reuters

Signs of an uptick in demand are emerging in the United States and Japan after the sharpest downturn in decades, prompting companies to revive production and investors to buy shares. Economic data has slowly started to improve, partly spurred by trillions of dollars in government stimulus spending, although doubts remain as to the sustainability of any recovery. (Reuters)

Japan suicides climb as economy plumbs depths
May. 28, 2009 by Reuters

Suicide is rising in Japan as the economic crisis bites, with more than 100 people a day taking their lives in April. "It's the end of the financial year, so I think the effect of the economy is a trigger," said Yasuyuki Shimizu, head of Lifelink, a group that campaigns to prevent suicide. In a recession, the end of the financial year tends to spark bankruptcies and layoffs. (Reuters)
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