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Shanghai man who witnessed 3/11 disaster promotes Fukushima overseas
Xu Quanyi was on his first trip to Fukushima Prefecture when a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated the region.Nine years later, the Shanghai native is ...
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Shanghai man who witnessed 3/11 disaster promotes Fukushima overseas
Japan considers postponing ceremonies for Crown Prince Akishino
The government is considering to postpone this month's Rikkoshi no Rei ceremonies, meant to proclaim Crown Prince Akishino's rise to first in line to the ...
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Japan considers postponing ceremonies for Crown Prince Akishino
Kyoto joins Aichi in asking central government to be included in of state of emergency
Kyoto's governor called the situation "severe," noting that infection routes of many new cases confirmed over the past week are unknown.
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Kyoto joins Aichi in asking central government to be included in of state of emergency
Morning crowds down 60% in central Tokyo after coronavirus emergency declared
Despite calls to stay home, cities are still far behind the government's target of reducing person-to-person contact by as much as 80 percent.
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Morning crowds down 60% in central Tokyo after coronavirus emergency declared
Fukushima fish market in former no-go zone reopens in Namie
A fish market in the Pacific coastal town of Namie, Fukushima Prefecture, has reopened for the first time since it was devastated by the massive ...
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Fukushima fish market in former no-go zone reopens in Namie
Japan OKs bill to promote regional culture and tourism
Japan enacted a bill on Friday to offer financial aid for the promotion of regional tourism through the improvement of services at museums and other ...
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Japan OKs bill to promote regional culture and tourism
Justice Ministry survey finds many countries allow joint child custody after divorce
Many countries such as Canada and China allow divorced parents to have joint custody of their children, a survey by Japan's Justice Ministry showed Friday.Of ...
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Justice Ministry survey finds many countries allow joint child custody after divorce
Komeito eyes special legislation to postpone local elections
Komeito, the coalition partner of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Liberal Democratic Party, is considering a bill to allow local elections to be postponed in Tokyo ...
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Komeito eyes special legislation to postpone local elections
Biden joins growing call for release of racial data on virus
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is joining a growing call for the release of comprehensive racial data on the coronavirus pandemic, which he says has put a spotlight?
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Biden joins growing call for release of racial data on virus
Biden woos skeptical Sanders backers on health, college debt
Joe Biden on Thursday unveiled plans to expand eligibility for Medicare and forgive college debt for millions of Americans, as the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee attempts to unify?
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Biden woos skeptical Sanders backers on health, college debt
Helicopters, fines in Australia's Easter travel crackdown against coronavirus
Australia will deploy helicopters, set up police checkpoints and hand out hefty fines to deter people from breaking an Easter travel ban, officials warned on Friday, in their?
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Helicopters, fines in Australia's Easter travel crackdown against coronavirus
China says Taiwan attacks on WHO are venomous, aimed at independence
China has accused Taiwan of "venomously" attacking the World Health Organization(WHO), seeking independence and conniving with internet users to spread racist comments, after the agency's chief said racist?
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China says Taiwan attacks on WHO are venomous, aimed at independence
U.N. urges governments to scrap debt payment
More than 60 U.N. agencies and international organizations urged governments on Thursday to take immediate steps to address the unfolding global recession and financial crisis wrought by the?
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U.N. urges governments to scrap debt payment
Saudis, Russia agree to record oil cut under U.S. pressure as demand crashes
OPEC and its allies led by Russia agreed on Thursday to cut their oil output by more than a fifth and said they expected the United States and?
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Saudis, Russia agree to record oil cut under U.S. pressure as demand crashes
Stranded cruise ship evacuation to follow 'strict measures'
The evacuation of 112 Australian and New Zealander passengers from a stranded cruise ship infested with the coronavirus will take place "under strict sanitary measures," Uruguay's foreign minister?
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Stranded cruise ship evacuation to follow 'strict measures'
FIBA postpones Olympic qualifiers by a year in rejigged schedule
World basketball's governing body has postponed the men's Olympic qualifiers, the European Championship and the Americas Championship by a year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, FIBA said on Thursday.?
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FIBA postpones Olympic qualifiers by a year in rejigged schedule
Reporter lambasts Japan's domestic media for their copycat reporting
Writing in Nikkan Gendai (Apr 8), investigative reporter Yoichiro Tateishi vents his spleen at a facet of his country's mass media that he finds particularly annoying -- its?
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Reporter lambasts Japan's domestic media for their copycat reporting
New coronavirus cases reported in Tokyo and Osaka reach single-day records
The total number of the cases in Tokyo has topped 1,500, with Osaka at 616 as of Thursday evening.
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New coronavirus cases reported in Tokyo and Osaka reach single-day records
Threat from Iran to U.S. forces in Iraq remains significant: senior U.S. diplomat
Iranian-backed militia pose a continuing and "significant" threat to U.S. forces in Iraq, the State Department's top diplomat for the Middle East said on Thursday, about a week?
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Threat from Iran to U.S. forces in Iraq remains significant: senior U.S. diplomat
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People gather in front of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's office in Tokyo on Thursday night, protesting against his declaration of a state of emergency in Tokyo and?
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No emergency
British PM Johnson leaves intensive care; remains under observation
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson left intensive care on Thursday evening as he continues to recover from COVID-19, but he remains under close observation in hospital, his office?
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British PM Johnson leaves intensive care; remains under observation
Osaka to promote food delivery services amid virus epidemic
Osaka Prefecture will launch an initiative aimed at promoting food delivery services as residents are urged to stay at home amid the coronavirus epidemic, Gov. ...
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Osaka to promote food delivery services amid virus epidemic
Japanese ICUs understaffed and overlooked as coronavirus influx looms
The health ministry estimates that Tokyo could see up to 700 patients in need of intensive care every day once the epidemic reaches its peak.
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Japanese ICUs understaffed and overlooked as coronavirus influx looms
Hiroshima eyes smaller-scale atomic bomb ceremony due to coronavirus
Hiroshima may reduce the scale of its memorial ceremony in August of the 1945 U.S. atomic bombing unless the coronavirus epidemic ends by that time, ...
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Hiroshima eyes smaller-scale atomic bomb ceremony due to coronavirus
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