2017.05.14

News Headlines - 14 May 2017

China calls for restraint after North Korea missile launch | The Star Online

China called on Sunday for restraint and for no party to do anything to exacerbate tension after North Korea fired a ballistic missile in defiance of calls to rein in its weapons programme.

Toshiba gives up finding new auditor for now | The Japan Times

Toshiba Corp. has given up finding a new auditor to check its earnings for fiscal 2016 in place of its current auditor, PricewaterhouseCoopers Aarata LLC, according to informed sources.

Megabank wants to drop 'Tokyo' from its Japanese name- Nikkei Asian Review

The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU) is considering shortening its Japanese name next spring, possibly by dropping "Tokyo."

Japanese, European Fans Perform Noh Plays Together in Paris - JIJI PRESS

Japanese and European fans have acted plays of the Asian country's traditional performing art of Noh in Paris in what is believed to be the first major overseas Noh event involving non-Japanese amateurs... The performers played 20 dramas, including on Musashibo Benkei, a 12th-century warrior monk who is a popular hero in Japan, during the event, organized by a group of fans in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture, central Japan.

Julian Assange: Ecuador 'concerned' over lack of progress - BBC News

Ecuador has voiced concern over the "serious lack of progress" by the Swedish government in dealing with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
It said there had been a "serious failure" by Sweden's prosecutor to complete an inquiry into sexual assault allegations dating back to 2010.


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