News Headlines - 22 April 2015

Drone with 'minuscule' quantity of radiation found on Japan PM's office roof: media | Reuters

A drone marked with a radioactive sign was found on the roof of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's office on Wednesday and media said it tested positive for a "minuscule" amount of radiation.

Japan lawmakers visit controversial Yasukuni shrine | DW.DE | 22.04.2015

Over 100 Japanese lawmakers were in attendance Wednesday, including those convicted of war crimes by allied tribunals after World War II.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was notably absent from the commemoration, choosing instead to send religious offerings in a move less likely to provoke rebuke from China, which bore the brunt of Japan's wartime aggression. No Japanese cabinet ministers took part in the ceremony.

Japan records first trade surplus since 2012 - BBC News

Japan has recorded its first trade surplus in three years after the weaker yen boosted exports and cheaper oil prices lowered its import bill.

Japan court rejects attempt to block Sendai reactor restart - BBC News

A court in Japan has rejected an attempt by local residents to halt the restart of two nuclear reactors at the Sendai plant in Kagoshima prefecture.

‘Galaxy Quest’ TV Series: Paramount TV Eyeing Revival for 1999 Comedy | Variety

Paramount Television is shopping a TV spin on the 1999 comedy “Galaxy Quest,” a spoof of the sci-fi TV show that starred Tim Allen and Sigourney Weaver.








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