75 years on, Japan bomb survivors make final pleas for abolition
As Japan marks 75 years since the devastating attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the last generation of nuclear bomb survivors are working to ensure their message lives on after them. The "hibakusha" -- literally "person affected by the bomb" -- have for decades been a powerful voice calling for the abolition of nuclear weapons.
Buhari Mourns Afenifere Leader, Pa Fasanmi and Sam Momah, Magu responds to AGF's allegations and more
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Rescuers in Japan search for survivors following deadly floods
Rescuers shovel dirt and excavators remove debris following floods and landslides that have claimed at least 52 lives in the southwest of Japan. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says more troops will join in search and rescue operations.
Coronavirus: Uptick in Japan infections triggers second wave fears
Experts say they are confused at why the coronavirus cases have not declined in the hot summer months in Japan and warn of a "very dangerous" situation when the flu season arrives. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
A world confined: FRANCE 24 reports from Senegal to Japan
In the third edition of our new show "A World Confined" on the Covid-19 pandemic, FRANCE 24 brings you five reports from our correspondents around the globe.
Amid rise in cases, Japan rethinks carefree attitude to Covid-19
In Japan, where authorities have neither carried out mass testing of the population nor imposed a lockdown, the number of coronavirus cases is now on the rise. Even though a state of emergency was imposed on April 7 and social distancing was already a way of life before the pandemic, many Japanese are continuing to go to work, while many shops, restaurants and bars remain open. Today, concern is spreading across the archipelago. Our correspondents report from Tokyo.
No evidence' you can't get Covid-19 twice - WHO, Nigerian banks allegedly hit by $3.Bn fine from CBN
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Coronavirus: How Japan keeps COVID-19 under control
Despite its proximity to China, Japan hasn't seen the massive outbreak of the coronavirus that has shut down much of Europe and North America. What are the Japanese doing differently to help slow the spread?
Japanese shoppers stock up on supplies over coronavirus fears
A supermarket in Tokyo is packed with shoppers Friday morning and many shelves are emptied as Tokyo's governor urges people to stay home this weekend, warning of a possible "explosion" of the coronavirus after scores of new cases were discovered this week.