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Japanese And Taiwanese Coast Guards Hold First Joint Drill

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JAPAN TIMES
 
The Japan Coast Guard and Taiwan's Coast Guard Administration carried out a joint maritime exercise earlier this week, south of the Boso Peninsula in Chiba Prefecture, Taiwanese government sources have said.
The two sides had conducted undisclosed joint drills Thursday based on a me...

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Organic Fluorides 700 Times Provisional Standard In Japan City Wells

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CGTN
 
A survey conducted last month in Japan's Kamagaya City revealed that the concentrations of organic fluorides (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances, or PFAS) in the water from 13 of 31 local wells exceeded the provisional standard for Japan's tap water (50 ng/L), with the highest reaching 70...

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Japanese Culture Festival Kicks Off In London

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JAPAN TIMES
 
A large-scale event showcasing a wide range of Japanese culture kicked off at an exhibition center in London on Friday for a three-day run.
Hyper Japan Festival is expected to attract a total of about 40,000 visitors through Sunday.
It is the 20th time that Hyper Japan Festival has ...

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New COVID-19 Cases In Japan Increase For 10 Weeks In Row

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NIPPON
 
New COVID-19 cases in Japan increased for 10 weeks in a row through last Sunday, health ministry data showed Friday.
 
The number of new cases per medical institution in the week ended last Sunday was 11.18, according to the ministry’s regular monitoring of about 5,000 medical institutio...

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Japanese Airline, Theme Park, Railway Firms Hit In Global Tech Outage

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KYODO NEWS
 
Japanese airlines, restaurants, railway and theme park companies, among others, reported system disruptions on Friday in a global technology outage that has affected a wide range of industries.
Japan Airlines Co. said on its website that bookings, reservation changes and cancellation...

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Japanese Gymnast Set To Miss Olympics For Smoking

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BBC
 
 
Japanese gymnast Shoko Miyata has been sent home and will not compete at the Olympic Games after breaking a team smoking ban.
The 19-year-old left Japan's training camp in Monaco on Thursday as officials investigated the alleged incident.
The teenager - captain of her country's women's ar...

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Japan’s Top General Lauds Closer South Korea Military Ties As Mutual Concerns Grow Over China, North Korea

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CNN
 
America’s two most powerful allies in the Pacific are taking their defense ties to new heights amid increasing concerns over China’s assertiveness in the region and North Korean threats, Japan’s top general said Thursday.
Before a trilateral meeting with US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen....

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Japan Firms Working on Digital Cultural Assets

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NIPPON
 
Japanese companies including major printing companies are working on projects to create digital copies of cultural assets such as paintings, Buddha sculptures and pottery, using their imaging technology and image processing expertise.
Such digital copies are increasingly used in art and ...

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Japan Arranging To Shoulder $3.3 Billion In G7 Loans For Ukraine

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JAPAN TODAY
 
Japan is arranging to shoulder $3.3 billion in loans to Ukraine as part of support to be provided by Group of Seven members utilizing interest from Russian sovereign assets frozen as part of their sanctions over Moscow's invasion of its neighbor, diplomatic sources said Tuesday.
The...

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Speculation Rising over Possible End to Yamaguchi's Komeito Reign

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NIPPON
 
Some members of Komeito, the junior coalition partner of Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party, think that leader Natsuo Yamaguchi may step down once his term ends this autumn after around 15 years in the position.
The 72-year-old is currently serving his eighth term as Komeito chief, ...

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