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abe gambles on sending japan to a snap election - but it may yet backfire




japanese prime minister shinzo abe dissolved the lower house of the national parliament, the diet, on september 28, with an election to be held on october 22. called more than 12 months earlier than needed, the snap poll was a calculated gamble by the leader of the conservative ldp to strengthen his...



japan pm shinzo abe dissolves parliament, calls snap election




ap | pti  |  tokyo  last updated at september 28, 2017 10:52 ist



japan pm shinzo abe eyeing snap election as early as october: reports




afp/pti  |  tokyo  last updated at september 18, 2017 03:05 ist



japan's shinzo abe expected to call snap election amid north korea crisis




reuters  |  tokyo  last updated at september 25, 2017 13:51 ist



japan: prime minister shinzo abe announces snap elections




(tokyo) — japanese prime minister shinzo abe announced monday he will call a snap election for parliament's more powerful lower house for next month.abe said at a news conference that he will dissolve the chamber on thursday when it convenes after a three-month summer recess. the election is to be...



japan's abe triggers snap election amid n.korea crisis




japanese prime minister shinzo abe on monday called a snap election, seeking a fresh term at the helm of the world's third-largest economy as tensions with nearby north korea reach fever-pitch.abe hopes to capitalise on a weak and fractured opposition to sweep back into power, as polls show him rega...



chips off the old block: computers are taking design cues from human brains




japan pm shinzo abe eyeing snap election as early as october: reportsbusiness standardnew technologies are testing the limits of computer semiconductors, to deal with that, researchers have gone looking for ideas from naturecade metz  last updated at september 18, 2017 03:15 isthttp://mybs.in/2uype16



uk election 2017: conservative says may should 'consider' her position after 'dr




questions have been raised over prime minister theresa may's snap election gamble as analysts predict her conservatives will fall short of a majority in parliament. the conservatives are poised to win the uk general election but not by an overall majority, which would leave the uk with a hung parlia...



far-right afd could split after leader quits




berlin: the resurgent german far-right looked in danger of imploding within hours of its electoral triumph on monday, as one of its most prominent new mps announced she was leaving her party and would sit as an independent.frauke petry stunned colleagues at a press conference when she announced sh...



north korea v donald trump war of words: a most dangerous game




the dogs are barking – mad. north korea emerged from donald trump's weekend twitterstorm, with a monday threat of its own. pyongyang said it was ready to shoot down us military aircraft, even before they might enter its airspace.why japan's abe called a snap electionvideo duration01:47previous sl...



north korea seeks help from republican analysts




north korean government officials have been quietly trying to arrange talks with republican-linked analysts in washington, in an apparent attempt to make sense of president donald trump and his confusing messages to kim jong-un's regime.the outreach began before the current eruption of threats betwe...



antarctic sea ice hits another record low




sea ice around antarctica has shrunk about 2 million square kilometres in just three years, swinging from a record large maximum area covered to a record low, in a shift that could have implications for the global climate.while a late burst in ice cover this spring cannot be ruled out, it appears th...



antarctic sea ice hits another record low




sea ice around antarctica has shrunk about 2 million square kilometres in just three years, swinging from a record large maximum area covered to a record low, in a shift that could have implications for the global climate.while a late burst in ice cover this spring cannot be ruled out, it appears th...



while you were offline: game of thrones has itself a song of ice and backfire




so, hbo's latest social media stunt didn't go as well as planned. the post while you were offline: game of thrones has itself a song of ice and backfire appeared first on wired.



‘in this election, we must defend brexit’




spiked editor brendan o’neill joins worldbytes volunteers to discuss what’s really at stake in the snap election.



mark milligan prepared to play in unfamiliar role for world cup qualifer




mark milligan is prepared to play out the rest of the world cup qualifying campaign in the backline if that's what it takes to get australia to russia, even if it's not his most comfortable position. the 32-year-old stated his preference to start in the midfield for the socceroos' vital qualifier a...



bill shorten and penny wong visit korean demilitarised zone amid high tensions




opposition leader bill shorten and foreign affairs spokeswoman penny wong have visited the frontline of the acute tensions on the korean peninsula to show bipartisan australian resolve against kim jong-un's nuclear provocations.mr shorten and senator wong paid a visit to the famous demilitarised zon...



presstv-why may, dup don’t want second uk election




british prime minister theresa may’s conservatives and northern ireland’s democratic unionist party (dup) will try their best to hang together because none wants another general election, which the labour party will win certainly, a british academic and political analyst says.dr. rodney shakespe...



anxious wait for australians amid mount agung eruption threat




face masks are reportedly sold out in many places, up to 500 earth tremors are being felt each day, but still they stay.australians living in bali are refusing to evacuate and, instead, nervously waiting for the eruption of mount agung that experts warn is imminent.why japan's abe called a snap ele...



aviation warning upgraded as mount agung emits steam




 bali: a white plume of steam is discharging continuously from bali's mount agung amid ominous warnings the volcano will erupt for the first time in more than half a century.the agung volcano observatory updated its aviation colour code from yellow to orange on tuesday at 6.45pm local time.why japa...



orange is the new black gambles big




in its fifth season, the netflix show digs deep into human nature, and the result is both intriguing and incoherent.



the lady is for turning




aside from eight game-changing "brexit bills", the queen's speech seems to have grabbed as many headlines for what it didn't contain as for what was left in the slimmed-down package.see related can theresa may survive the next seven days?five of the most damning political u-turnstories-dup agree 'c...



the clash between snap’s ipo and what really makes it great




once public, snap will have an obligation to grow relentlessly. that imperative could clash badly with the kind of intimacy so embedded in snap's dna. the post the clash between snap's ipo and what really makes it great appeared first on wired.



presstv-japan launches new spy satellite into orbit




japan has successfully launched a rocket, sending an intelligence gathering satellite (igs) into space.the rocket blasted off from tanegashima space center in southern japan, carrying an igs-radar 5 satellite. the spacecraft was reportedly deployed from the rocket’s upper stage in less than 20 min...



japan's shinzo abe calls snap election amid north korea tensions




abe hopes to capitalise on a weak and fractured opposition to sweep back into power, as polls show him regaining ground after a series of scandals."i will dissolve the house of representatives on the 28th" of september, abe told reporters, a precursor to a general election. the prime minister did no...