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Japan wants 'mutually beneficial' relations with new China

Japan said Thursday it wants to develop "mutually beneficial" relations with China's new leaders, as the two countries remain embroiled in a dispute over islands in the East China Sea.

Japan wants 'mutually beneficial' relations with new China
Japan PM to reshuffle cabinet 'to cool China row'
Japan PM to reshuffle cabinet 'to cool China row'

Japan's unpopular prime minister will use a cabinet reshuffle Monday to try to mend fences with China and to boost his flagging popularity ahead of an expected general election.

Japan PM to reshuffle cabinet 'to cool China row'
Japan 'stole' our islands: China tells UN
Japan 'stole' our islands: China tells UN

China's Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi sparked angry exchanges with Japanese diplomats at the United Nations on Thursday by accusing Japan of stealing disputed islands.

Japan 'stole' our islands: China tells UN
Toyota, Nissan cut China output over island row
Toyota, Nissan cut China output over island row

Japanese auto giants Toyota and Nissan are reducing production in China because demand for Japanese cars has been hit by a bitter row over disputed islands.

Toyota, Nissan cut China output over island row
Obama: Benghazi attack more than a 'mob' action
Obama: Benghazi attack more than a 'mob' action

US President Barack Obama said Monday that the attack on the US consulate in Libya's Benghazi was clearly more than a "mob action," amid lingering dispute about the nature of the assault.

Obama: Benghazi attack more than a 'mob' action
China ships in Japan waters off isles: coastguard
China ships in Japan waters off isles: coastguard

Three Chinese government ships were in Japanese territorial waters off a disputed island chain Monday, the coastguard said, in the latest salvo of an increasingly heated international dispute.

China ships in Japan waters off isles: coastguard
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Liberated town turns to Islamic law until end of Syria chaos

Judge Mahmud Aqeed listens sympathetically to the woes of a tenant locked in a dispute with his landlord before turning to Islamic sharia law for a ruling in this liberated, rebel-held northern Syria town.

Liberated town turns to Islamic law until end of Syria chaos
Tensions set to cloud APEC summit
Tensions set to cloud APEC summit

Asia-Pacific leaders gather in Russia's far east this weekend for talks aimed at promoting trade but territorial disputes and other regional tensions may cloud the event.

Tensions set to cloud APEC summit
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Yahoo!, Facebook unveil alliance, end patent dispute

Facebook and Yahoo! announced Friday a new advertising partnership as the two tech giants settled a court dispute over patents.

Yahoo!, Facebook unveil alliance, end patent dispute
UN leader condemns lack of regulation for arms trade
UN leader condemns lack of regulation for arms trade

UN leader Ban Ki-moon said Tuesday it was a "disgrace" that there is no global arms trade regulation as he opened treaty talks held up by Palestinian demands for a place in the negotiations.

UN leader condemns lack of regulation for arms trade
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Financial Ombudsman Service to emerge in Kazakhstan shortly

The Service will facilitate a professional talk between a bank and its borrower towards settling disputes, lowering pressure on courts: Halyk Bank Chairperson of the Board Umyt Shayakhmetova.

Financial Ombudsman Service to emerge in Kazakhstan shortly