IAAF president Sebastian Coe, who is at the center of controversy over his links to Nike, has admitted that the process by which the 2021 world championships were awarded to Eugene, Oregon, was wrong, The Times newspaper reported Thursday.
In a move that risks straining tensions with anti-whaling nations, the government plans to resume, for the first time in two years, research whaling in the Antarctic Ocean by the end of this year at the earliest, it was learned Thursday.
The European Union will abolish its tariffs on automobiles only if Japan liberalizes its agricultural sector under a free trade agreement currently being negotiated, EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom has said.
The government has repatriated 22 illegal immigrants from Bangladesh in the fourth round of its contentious mass deportation program using a state-chartered plane, the Justice Ministry announced Thursday.
Nine of nation’s 10 major power suppliers will cut their electricity rates for January, reflecting falling prices of crude oil, used as fuel for thermal power generation, according to their billing plans announced Thursday.
Murakami speaks with the securities watchdog on a voluntary basis on suspicion of manipulating share prices of apparel company TSI Holdings Co.
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