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High school boy stabs classmate to death on way to school
Jul 4, 2009 by Mainichi

A 17-year-old high school boy was arrested for stabbing a classmate to death at a railway station here while on their way to school on Saturday morning, police said. The third-year student at a private high school in Sakurai, whose name is being withheld under the Juvenile Law, was initially arrested for attempting to murder 18-year-old Tomoya Hamada. Police are set to upgrade the charges to murder following his death. (Mainichi)

8 firms eye fuel-cell car energy supply network
Jul 4, 2009 by Yomiuri

Eight companies have agreed to launch a joint effort to develop equipment and facilities to supply hydrogen to fuel-cell vehicles, The Yomiuri Shimbun has learned. Hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles are regarded as highly eco-friendly because they emit no carbon dioxide. The group aims to commercialize the supply of hydrogen to fuel battery-powered vehicles before 2015. (Yomiuri)

5 years sought for ex-Nova president
Jul 4, 2009 by Yomiuri

Prosecutors on Friday demanded five years' imprisonment for Nozomu Sahashi, the former president of the failed language school chain Nova Corp., for professional embezzlement involving misuse of the reserve funds of an employees' mutual aid organization. According to the indictment, Sahashi, 57--acting in conspiracy with a 50-year-old Nova executive in charge of finance--had about 320 million yen transferred from the employee organization's funds to a bank account of a Nova affiliate in July 2007, so as to use the money to keep the firm afloat. (Yomiuri)


Live broadcast of solar eclipse planned
Jul 4, 2009 by Yomiuri

The first total solar eclipse that can be seen from Japan in 46 years will occur on July 22. It will only be visible from such southern islands as Amami-Oshima, but efforts are under way to broadcast the celestial spectacle to other parts of the nation. A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the sun and the Earth, blocking almost all of the sun from view. (Yomiuri)

Japan claims disputed islands
Jul 3, 2009 by Straits Times

Japan's parliament on Friday passed a law asserting sovereignty over four islands at the centre of a dispute with Russia, adding to tensions as the countries' leaders prepare to meet. A law calling the four Kuril islands an 'integral part' of Japan was unanimously passed by the opposition-controlled upper house after the lower house also approved it in May when the bill sparked a protest from Moscow. (Straits Times)


Japanese scientists to breed 'super tuna'
Jul 2, 2009 by telegraph.co.uk

Japanese scientists will have bred a new "super-tuna" within a decade that will be stronger, more resistant to disease and taste better than the bluefin presently in the oceans. Stocks of tuna have declined by as much as 90 per cent in some waters and the World Wildlife Fund has warned that the Atlantic bluefin will have been wiped out within three years unless radical measures are taken to protect stocks. (telegraph.co.uk)
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