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As COVID fears ebb, Japan readies for tourists from abroad

Corvallis Gazette-Times 28 Jun 2022
TOKYO (AP) — The rickshaw men in Tokyo are adding English-speaking staff, a sure sign Japan is bracing for a return of tourists from abroad ... People entering Japan from countries considered to be a greater risk must quarantine for three days at home or in government-designated facilities.
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Coronavirus pandemic latest: June 28, 2022

Kyodo 28 Jun 2022
Here are the latest COVID-19 updates from Japan and beyond. People listen to a candidate making a stump speech in Sapporo in Hokkaido, northern Japan, on June 27, 2022, ahead of the July 10 House of Councillors election ... on Wednesday applied to Japan's health ministry for approval of its COVID-19 booster shots for children aged 5 to 11.
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Russian-Operated Ro/Ro Catches Fire Off Japan

The Maritime Executive 27 Jun 2022
A Russian-operated ro/ro caught fire and burned during a voyage from Japan to Vladivostok, according to its operator. At about 0700 hours on June 25, the Sierra Leone-flagged ro/ro Angara (IMO 9124043) departed an anchorage off Tovama, Japan and got under way for Vladivostok ... At about 1430 hours she caught fire, according to the Japan Coast Guard.
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NZ coach, 2 players have COVID-19 ahead of 1st Ireland test

The Associated Press 27 Jun 2022
KITAKYUSHU, Japan (AP) — Captain Atsushi Sakate began a six-try performance for the home side in the fifth minute and ...
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Japan's rainy season ends early for 1st time in decades

Anadolu Agency 27 Jun 2022
The rainy season in Japan ended early, with meteorological authorities reporting on Monday that it was the shortest season in three regions in the country's recorded history ... In Japan, the rainy season finished "unusually" early this year, and high temperatures began to rise ... Japan, home to over 127 million people, has four distinct seasons.
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Garbage island no more: how one Japanese community triumphed over a toxic waste dump

The Observer 27 Jun 2022
Toru Ishii remembers when the shredded car tyres, batteries, and runoff the colour and consistency of treacle blighted the landscape on Teshima, his island home in Japan’s inland sea ... UN to review Japan’s plan to release Fukushima water into Pacific ... Map of Japan and Teshima ... “But they understood how slowly things get done in Japan.
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Coronavirus pandemic latest: June 27, 2022

Kyodo 27 Jun 2022
Here are the latest COVID-19 updates from Japan and beyond ... on Wednesday applied to Japan's health ministry for approval of its COVID-19 booster shots for children aged 5 to 11 ... <June 15, 2022> Japan will create an entity for infectious disease experts similar to the U.S ... Japan and beyond ... JNTO's "Japan Visitor Hotline".
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G7 leaders mock Putin in jokes about stripping off

The Times of India 27 Jun 2022
The leaders -- from Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States and the European Union -- pondered the dilemma ... The discussed efforts to further isolate Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, which has killed thousands of people and driven millions from their homes.
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The scary thing about AEW, NJPW’s superb ‘Forbidden Door’ show

New York Post 27 Jun 2022
AEW and New Japan Pro-Wrestling put on one of the best pure wrestling shows of the year and it could have been much better ... It made the show’s last impression feel more like a go-home show than a pay-per-view ... Each team was given moments where you thought they would win before FTR hit the Big Rig to bring home the New Japan belts.
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Jenice Armstrong: Let’s help this professor get the US to declare racism a public health crisis

Finger Lakes Times 27 Jun 2022
PHILADELPHIA — I thought a lot about the legacy of slavery this past Juneteenth ... They did the same thing in Japan and rebuilt Japan. So now it’s a case of charity beginning at home.” ... Rep ... Closer to home, Palmer first presented his idea for a petition during a grand rounds presentation in 2020 at the University of Pennsylvania medical school ... .
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Oneida High School celebrates Class of 2022

The Oneida Daily Dispatch 27 Jun 2022
Gallagher’s father was among many who returned home after the war with souvenirs. “Some men brought home swords, some guns, some flags,” he said ... That changed when a teacher, a member of Oneida’s sister school in Japan, visited his home.
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‘Show them our pecs’: G7 leaders mock Putin’s bare-chested horse-riding

The Observer 27 Jun 2022
At the G7 summit, leaders discussed efforts to further isolate Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, which has killed thousands of people and driven millions from their homes. Britain, Canada, Japan and the United States proposed a ban on imports of gold from Russia, aimed at ...
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Intl. block, a practice in Shekou

Shenzhen Daily 27 Jun 2022
Shekou Subdistrict, which accommodates Shenzhen’s largest expat resident population, is home to over 8,000 expats from over 100 countries, mainly from South Korea, Japan, the U.S., France and Canada ... and expat communities, expats have called Shekou MSCE a home away from home.
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Chelsea Rose on Fôrça Bruta

LA Weekly 27 Jun 2022
Rose spent her twenties fronting sunshine pop group Summer Twins with her sister Justine (Easy Love), releasing two full-length LPs and touring as far afield as Japan and Brazil before abruptly coming to an end when a pipe burst in her home studio the night before the ...
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Boris Johnson will ‘delay’ a cabinet reshuffle ‘until autumn’ following double by-election defeat, as Labour ...

The Daily Mail 27 Jun 2022
He buttered up the leaders as he warned that 'fatigue' over the war could fracture the Western unity established in the first days of the conflict - as the UK, US, Canada and Japan kicked off the summit by banning imports of Russian gold ... and Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

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