Articles by Teruaki Ueno

Japan Urged to Help Develop the Far East

  • 17 December 03
  • Reuters
Japan and Russia agreed Tuesday that a Japanese plan for an oil pipeline from Eastern Siberia to Russia's Pacific coast was a good idea, but stopped short of making any commitment at this stage.

Rough Start for Talks on North Korea

  • 30 October 02
  • Reuters
Japan and North Korea got off to a rough start in high-profile talks on Tuesday but agreed to keep talking about the two key issues of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program and Japanese citizens abducted decades ago.

North Korea Apologizes For Japanese Abductions

  • 18 September 02
  • Reuters
North Korea on Tuesday apologized to Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi for kidnapping Japanese citizens, promised to extend a moratorium on missile tests and, leaving the door open to talks with the United States, said it would honor commitments on its nuclear program.

Japan, N. Korea Look to Red Cross to Solve Rift

  • 19 April 02
  • Reuters
Red Cross officials from Japan and North Korea are set to hold their first talks for more than two years this month to discuss the vexed issue of Japanese nationals that Tokyo believes were kidnapped by North Korea.

Japan Premier Seeks New Coalition

Murayama Party to Dissolve, Re-Form

Asahara Faces Second Murder Charge