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Japanese police formally arrest 42-year-old Shinji Aoba on suspicion of an arson attack on the Kyoto Animation studio last year that killed 36 people and injured dozens
'We have determined that this is an arson attack... and murder,' says a senior Japanese police officer
Eyewitnesses describe a fire that was like 'looking at hell,' after a man apparently doused the production company office in the city of Kyoto with flammable liquid and set it alight
(4th UPDATE) A motive for the apparent attack remains unclear hours after the blaze. If arson is confirmed, the attack will be among the deadliest criminal acts in decades in Japan, where violent crime is extremely rare.
The research team at Kyoto University injects iPS cells – which have the potential to develop into any cell in the body – into the brain of a male patient in his fifties.
'The window of opportunity on achieving the 1.5 degrees Celsius goal of the Paris Agreement is fast closing and any delay will result in the irreversible,' says Senator Loren Legarda as she delivers the Philippine statement
The Philippines' national flower is also the name of a shop in Japan's old capital, selling elegant bags and hats made of Philippine fibers and assembled by Filipino workers
While Paris was considered a success in finally creating an agreement among countries on how to solve the climate crisis a lot still needs to be done The Paris Agreement is only the start of a much bigger work that awaits every country
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Researchers say a loophole in the Kyoto Protocol s Joint Implementation JI mechanism allowed countries to earn and sell credits for emissions cuts which were not real
Findings reveal canines have the capacity to co operate socially – a characteristic found in a relatively small number of species including humans and some other primates
The Absolut Distiller’s P189M solar power plant in Lian Batangas is only the start as the tycoon intends to further invest in renewable energy
Chisako Kakehi 68 who was arrested last month is accused of murdering her fourth husband Isao a year ago with cyanide according to major media outlets
Obama was expected to outline his pledge on the sidelines of the G20 talks as backers involved in the UN s Green Climate Fund prepare to meet in Berlin
Philippine Climate Change Commissioner Naderev Yeb Saño talks about why the upcoming UN Climate Summit is crucial for the country and why the potluck system is not enough to curb climate change
Spoiler free Does the sequel to 2012 s Rurouni Kenshin live up to its promise to fans?
When the main cast and director of Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno came to the Philippines their fans went the extra mile to make their stay special
On Day 2 of their visit Takeru Satoh Emi Takei Munetaka Aoki and Keishi Otomo are appointed cultural friendship ambassadors
What lessons from the Japanese way of life can the Philippines learn?
The Paris agreement is meant to set the cap on years of haggling among the 195 parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
Marites Dañguilan Vitug s 6 month research fellowship will focus on Reducing Inequality in the Philippines
Apart from the interior ministry most government buildings taken over had only a light security presence outside
A week into the climate change talks in Poland countries are reneging on pledges to cut carbon emissions
International policies and initiatives that help address the climate change issue
Our writer fulfills her lifelong dream of traveling to the Land of the Rising Sun
Massive earthquakes can cause distant volcanoes to sink according to research in Japan and Chile published on Sunday
Doha resulted in a politically balanced outcome but it was far from addressing the climate crisis The struggle for climate justice lives on
The agreement seeks to combat climate change and extends the life of the Kyoto Protocol
The UN climate change talks in Doha are about to wrap up after a passionate appeal from the Philippines for action
As the first phase of the Kyoto Protocol draws to a close the world will dissect its record for successes to emulate in the fight against global warming and pitfalls to avoid
Australia is among the world s worst per capita polluters with a heavy reliance on coal mining and exports Most of its electricity comes from coal fired power stations