Japan to use 710 million yen from reserves to tackle typhoon damage TOKYO. KAZINFORM - Japan will disburse about 710 million yen ($6.5 million) from reserves in the fiscal 2019 budget to deal with the aftermath of the most powerful typhoon to hit the country in decades, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Wednesday.
HAGIBIS: Death toll climbs to 73, damage uncovered in typhoon-hit Japan TOKYO. KAZINFORM - Japanese rescuers raced against the clock Tuesday to locate 14 people still missing after a catastrophic typhoon over the weekend killed at least 73 others and paralyzed numerous areas with flooding, Kazinform has learnt from Keyodo News.
S. Korea, U.S. likely to hold 2nd round of defense cost-sharing talks next week SEOUL. KAZINFORM South Korea and the United States are likely to hold a new round of defense cost-sharing talks next week, diplomatic sources said Tuesday, in what would be the first meeting since a former financial technocrat took over as Seoul's chief negotiator.
Gazprom Neft, Saudi Aramco launch artificial intelligence project RIYADH. KAZINFORM - Gazprom Neft and Saudi Aramco signed an agreement, which envisages cooperation in a project to use artificial intelligence and neural network technologies in hydrodynamic modeling of deposits, company head Alexander Dyukov told reporters on the sidelines of the Russia-Saudi investment forum.
HAGIBIS: Death toll from Japan typhoon rises to 35 TOKYO. KAZINFORM - Japan ramped up rescue efforts on Sunday for survivors of a typhoon that brought record-breaking amounts of rain, flooding huge swaths of residential districts and leaving at least 35 dead and nearly 20 others missing, Keyodo News reports.
Japan ramps up rescue efforts as typhoon leaves more than 30 dead TOKYO. KAZINFORM - Japan ramped up rescue efforts on Sunday for survivors of a typhoon that brought record-breaking amounts of rain, flooding huge swaths of residential districts and leaving at least 33 dead and nearly 20 others missing, Keyodo News reports.