Watch: US President Obama Plays Football with ASIMO, a Robot in Japan

US President Barack Obama has played football with a robot in Japan on April 24, 2014, as reported by CNN. The robot named ASIMO is a life-sized humanoid created by Honda and resides at Japan’s Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.

American Edward Snowden: A Patriot or a Traitor? And the First Talking Robot, Kirobo to Journey to Space on August 4

International online sites ‘discuss’ about American Edward Snowden’s asylum in other countries such as China, Russia, and Ecuador.

Overall Medal Count London Olympics: China Leads with 13 Golds, U.S. in Second with 9 Golds, Japan in Third with 1 Gold

The overall medal count at the London Olympics, as of July 31, 2012 gives China the lead with 13 golds, 6 silvers and 4 bronzes. The U.S. comes in second with 9 golds, 8 silvers and 6 bronzes. Japan comes in third with 1 gold, 4 silvers, and 8 bronzes.

Japan Suspended Nuclear Operations Due to Increasing Radiation, Panic Continues

Japan suspended the nuclear operations of workers due to increasing radiation Wednesday, March 16, 2011 while the rest of the world panics. According to international news, the authorities directed the workers to leave the area because of the dangers of the radiation level in the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant. Spokesman of Tokyo Electric Power Co., Hajimi Motujuku, the outer housing of reactor Unit 4 inflamed earlier this Wednesday.

URGENT BREAKING NEWS: Radiation Level at Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Plant is again above Legal Limits

An urgent breaking news was released by the Kyodo News, March 14, 2011 disclosing that the radiation level at Fukushima No. I nuclear plant is above legal limits. This comes after it was reportedly contained. This was reported by the Tokyo Electric Power Co.

Japan Braces for Another Crisis Due to Nuclear Radiation Leakage

After the powerful 8.9 magnitude earthquake and the giant tsunami that caused the demise of hundreds of people and damaged properties last March 11, 2011, Japan has again to brace itself for another nuclear occurrence.