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Japan’s Kishida Says Virus Measures, Defense Top Priorities

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ARAB NEWS
 
North Korea on Monday fired two possible ballistic missiles, which Japanese officials said landed off the North’s eastern coast
Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Monday said fighting the pandemic was a “top priority” in his speech opening this year’s parliamentary session, as th...

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Japan To Allow In Some Foreign Students, Making Exception To Ban

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KYODO NEWS
 
Japan plans to allow 87 government-sponsored foreign students into the country, making an exception to the country's entry ban on nonresident foreigners that is currently in place amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the top spokesman said Monday.
Entry of the students will be allowed possibl...

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Cryptogirlfriend Nfts To Be Minted On Jan 21

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JAPAN TODAY
 
CryptoGirlfriend [CGF], a collection of unique and interactive non-fungible tokens [NFTs], has announced its mint and auction date.
Scheduled for January 21, on the Binance Smart Chain [BSC], prospective buyers will have to own BNB to purchase these tokens.
With a total of 6,969 uni...

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Tokyo Reports 2,198 New Virus Cases; 1,644 In Okinawa; Number Soars In Osaka

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JAPAN TODAY
 
The Tokyo metropolitan government on Wednesday reported 2,198 new coronavirus cases, up 1,236 from Tuesday and 1,808 more than last Wednesday. It is the highest daily figure since Sept 4.
The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo is four, unchanged fro...

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Japan To Allow Reentry From 11 African Nations

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NHK
 
The Japanese government plans to lift its ban on reentry of non-Japanese from 11 African countries. The restriction has been in place to keep out the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.
South Africa, where Omicron was first identified, was included in the ban. Reentry by all foreigners from...

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Japan Further Extends Entry Ban Until End Of Feb.

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KYODO NEWS
 
The Japanese government will further extend an entry ban on non-resident foreigners until the end of February, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Tuesday.
The ban has been in place since Nov. 30, after the country confirmed its first case of the highly transmissible Omicron variant of...

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Japan, U.S. Considering Export Controls For Advanced Technology

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THE JAPAN NEWS
 
The Japanese and U.S. governments are considering the creation of a multilateral framework to regulate the export of advanced technology, according to several sources.
Japan and the United States want to cooperate with like-minded countries in Europe and block exports of such tec...

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Japan Likely Averted Mass Discarding Of Milk Over New Year's, But Glut Remains

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JAPAN TIMES
 
Japan is likely to avoid discarding large amounts of milk amid a temporary oversupply during the year-end and New Year’s holiday period, thanks to stepped-up sales campaigns by producers and retailers.
Still, due to the lack of demand for milk for use in school meals during the wint...

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Indonesia, Japan ink Memorandum of Cooperation on energy transition

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ANTARA NEWS
 
 
Indonesia and Japan can jointly develop carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technology by utilizing natural resources in Indonesia
 
Jakarta (ANTARA) - The governments of Indonesia and Japan signed a Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) on energy transition aimed at facilit...

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Tokyo Reports 871 New Coronavirus Cases; 779 In Okinawa

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JAPAN TODAY
 
The Tokyo metropolitan government on Monday reported 871 new coronavirus cases, down 352 from Sunday and 768 more than last Monday.
The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo is four, unchanged from Sunday, health officials said. The nationwide figure i...

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