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Park Jeong Keun, a 23-year-old photographer, is embroiled in legal trouble for retweeting posts from North Korea's official Twitter account.
Many welcome closures for safety, but others say nuclear plants are needed for economic growth.
Residents return to three locations near the Fukushima exclusion zone after radiation exposure drops to levels Japan considers safe.
The little that we do know about life in North Korea is thanks to a network of informants who take great risks to relay information.
After a failed missile launch, Kim Jong Un makes the North's military priorities clear.
World leaders, including some North Korea allies, condemn failed launch.
But man are they unhappy with President Lee Myung Bak's pro-business policies.
Senator Webb says it's Beijing's turn to tame Pyongyang.
Defectors cite poverty and oppression, but also a growing awareness of the outside world as reasons they left home.
US president's visit to the Korean DMZ comes amid heightened rhetoric over North Korea's proposed rocket launch.
Since March 11, more than 500 deaths have been directly attributed to the nuclear disaster.
For a while, it appeared that fishermen would never again be able to earn a living from the sea.
The population of the three worst-hit prefectures has dropped by more than 55,000 since last March.
Little can prepare you for a close-up view of Fukushima Daiichi's damaged reactors.
A new US-Japan military base relocation deal proves to be a thorny subject for local residents.
The young women of Shimoda prepare for their March debut.
Experts say the chances of a big earthquake striking Tokyo in the next four years are as high as 70 percent.
Japan's hapless police let convicts and suspects flee. A prisoner escapes in his undies.
Coping with the Japanese government’s latest dysfunction.
This week North Korea said it would suspend its nuclear program, if Washington showed a little goodwill.