Obama says Japanese leader’s Pearl Harbor visit shows power of reconciliation
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii U.S. President Barack Obama said on Tuesday Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to the site of the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor showed the power of reconciliation.
“This historic gesture speaks to the power of reconciliation. … A reminder that even the deepest wounds of war can give way to friendship and a lasting peace,” Obama said in a ceremony standing next to Abe.
(Reporting by Jeff Mason; Writing by Mohammad Zargham; Editing by Eric Beech)
U.S. appeals court revives Clinton email suit
WASHINGTON In a new legal development on the controversy over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails, an appeals court on Tuesday reversed a lower court ruling and said two U.S. government agencies should have done more to recover the emails.
In Pearl Harbor visit, Abe pledges Japan will never wage war again
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe joined U.S. President Barack Obama for a symbolic joint visit to Pearl Harbor on Tuesday, commemorating World War Two dead and pledging that Japan would never wage war again.
U.S. accuses Chinese citizens of hacking law firms, insider trading
NEW YORK Three Chinese citizens have been criminally charged in the United States with trading on confidential corporate information obtained by hacking into networks and servers of law firms working on mergers, U.S. prosecutors said on Tuesday.