Carlos Ghosn posters appear in Beirut

Advertising posters featuring Carlos Ghosn appear in the streets of Beirut under the slogan “We are all Carlos Ghosn”. Nissan’s former CEO, who has been in police custody in Japan since November 19th, remains a prominent figure in the business world in Lebanon, where he spent his youth and is a national.

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(6 Dec 2018) Here’s the latest for Thursday December 6th: President George HW Bush burial in Texas today; Search for missing after US warplanes collide off Japan; Fatal school bus-truck crash in Illinois; Paradise, California residents return to destroyed homes.

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UK PM May holds bilateral meeting with Japan’s PM Abe

British Prime Minister Theresa May holds a bilateral meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during the G20 summit in Buenos Aires. IMAGES

Japan PM Shinzo Abe arrives in Buenos Aires for G20

Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrives in Buenos Aires to attend the G20 Summit. FIRST IMAGES

Japan’s Osaka chosen to host World Expo 2025

The Japanese city of Osaka was selected Friday to host the World Expo 2025, beating Russia and Azerbaijan for the right to organise the exhibition at which countries showcase their achievements. IMAGES

Japan’s ‘ama’ grannies cling to freediving fishing tradition

A group of Japanese grannies aged 60 to 80 glide through the water, sometimes holding their breath for over a minute to collect shellfish. They are part of a community in Japan of “ama” — freediving fisherwomen — which has seen its numbers dwindle as the next general have left in search of more stable jobs.

Auto titan Ghosn arrested over financial misconduct

Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, one of the world’s best-known businessmen, was reportedly under arrest in Japan on Monday in a shocking fall from grace linked to allegations of financial misconduct.

Steve Aoki: ‘I find all my crazy outfits in Japan’

(16 Nov 2018) At the Latin Grammys, Steve Aoki reveled in a colorful outfit, while Lele Pons, Thalia, Inna, Karol G and more brought some glamor to the red carpet. (Nov. 16)

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Labour woes force Japan to prise open door to migrant workers

Faced with an ageing and shrinking population, Japan is struggling with serious labour shortages and now the government is planning to prise open the doors to migrant labour, if only a crack.

Japan’s ‘ohitorisama’ trend: the art of doing things alone

More and more Japanese consumers are eschewing human interaction as part of a growing trend in Japan favouring solo activities that is now so widespread it has its own name: “ohitorisama” or “on your own.”