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Princess Kako to study at University of Leeds from Sept

Princess Kako, a granddaughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will study at the University of Leeds in England from September to June next year, it was reported…
Japan Today

Japan's crown prince vows to be a devoted emperor like his father

Japanese Crown Prince Naruhito pledged Tuesday to devote himself to the role of emperor as his father did when he assumes the Chrysanthemum Throne. "I will devote myself body and soul to every..
L.A. Times Also reported by •Seattle Times

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News video: Law to allow Japanese Emperor to abdicate

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Japan’s parliament has passed a law allowing Emperor Akihito to abdicate. The 83-year-old has had heart surgery and treatment for prostate cancer, and said last year he feared his age might make it..
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News video: Japanese Emperor Akihito Will Be Allowed to Abdicate

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The country's Parliament passed a special law Friday that enables Emperor Akihito to abdicate, something the monarch has hinted at wanting.
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News video: Japanese react to bill allowing emperor's abdication

Japanese react to bill allowing emperor's abdication 00:55

The Japanese government approves a one-off bill allowing ageing Emperor Akihito to step down from the Chrysanthemum Throne, in the first such abdication in two centuries.
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Japan Emperor Akihito to Abdicate Throne

Japan's Emperor Akihito will be allowed to abdicate the throne after the country's Diet, or National Assembly, enacted a special single-use law Friday, clearing the way for Crown Prince Naruhito to..
Newsmax Also reported by •Seattle TimesFOXNews.com

A new law allows Japan Emperor Akihito to abdicate. Who would replace him?

With the recent passing of a law allowing Japan's 83-year-old monarch to resign from the throne, discussion of ending male-only succession is at the forefront of thought.
Christian Science Monitor

Japan's emperor will be allowed to retire, thanks to a special law

The country's Parliament passed a special law Friday that enables Emperor Akihito to abdicate, something the monarch has hinted at wanting. Video provided by Newsy
USATODAY.com

Wall Street To Open Higher As UK Heading For Hung Parliament

The market is watching the hung parliament situation in U.K, where Theresa May's Conservative party failed to attain a clear majority of 326 seats. In a rare event in Japan, the Parliament has passed..
RTTNews

Japan's Emperor Will Be Permitted To Abdicate

Japan's Parliament has approved a law allowing Emperor Akihito to abdicate. Last year Akihito — in oblique language — asked permission to do so, citing his advanced age and poor health.
NPR

Japan's Parliament Clears Way for Emperor Akihito to Abdicate

Japan’s Parliament gave final approval to legislation that allows 83-year-old Emperor Akihito to retire after nearly three decades on the throne.
Wall Street Journal Also reported by •Seattle TimesUSATODAY.comFOXNews.comNYTimes.com

Japan's parliament passes law allowing Emperor Akihito to become 1st monarch to abdicate in 200 years

Japan's parliament has passed a law allowing Emperor Akihito to become 1st monarch to abdicate in 200 years.
USATODAY.com Also reported by •Seattle TimesNYTimes.com

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