Japanese Thugs In Osaka Learn That Crime Does Not Pay…if you post yourself on YouTube committing the crime
The two Japanese thugs from Osaka uploaded videos of themselves threatening store staff and forcing them to kowtow and then made off with 6 cartons of cigarettes.
September 5th, 2014 The U.S. Embassy in Tokyo alerts U.S. citizens to the recent outbreak of dengue fever in Japan, the first since 1945. Japanese media recently reported that 36 people who had not traveled out of Japan have contracted dengue fever. Some people are believed to have been infected while walking in Tokyo’s Yoyogi Park. Insecticide [...]
Japan gets its first dengue fever outbreak in 60 years.
A recent revelation that Hello Kitty isn’t a cat has left people, including ourselves, scratching their heads.
More than ten people have been infected with dengue fever, according to Japanese media reports.
The UN committee does not give ratings to countries on well they are doing in “eliminating racial discrimination” but the essence of third improvement order to Japan was: “you’re failing miserably. Do something.”
Japanese courts reject a temporary restraining order for stalking victim Ikumi Yoshimatsu, who filed the request this January.
An Osaka male attempted to sue Yahoo! arguing that the display of his arrest record constitutes defamation. The courts don’t agree.
We are really just hoping that the thief will return the stolen goods,” Masuzo Furukawa, the president of the company, told the JSRC via email. “Our basic principle is ‘condemn the offense, but not the offender,’ but if he doesn’t return the stolen item we will release his photograph and take actions to identify the criminal.” He said that they had footage of the suspect stealing the robot and there was no doubt that they had the right man.
This year’s Hiroshima bombing commemoration speech bears a uncanny resemblance to last year’s.