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The protesters urged Japan to “channel their financing to phasing out fossil fuel use domestically and overseas”
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida described the former leader as a "person of courage"
The church will "respect the independence and free will of followers" on donations, said a church leader
Through an experimental theater project, artists are hoping to offer hikikomori a chance to express themselves and regain self-confidence
Hattori, who is dubbed “the man with the golden hands,” insists that it is still the heart that matters most
The bishops drew attention to new threats to nuclear peace and international security due to Russia's war against Ukraine
Some followers faced pressure to resign from jobs, or have seen their children unable to attend school because of bullying
The protesters called on the Japanese government and corporations to stop financing fossil fuels
The assassination of former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe by a man resentful of the Unification Church has resurfaced years of controversy over the...
The country's longest-serving prime minister was gunned down on Friday while campaigning, in a crime that rattled Japan