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Some fret COVID-19 downgrade as too rapid, fearing more infections

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Some fret COVID-19 downgrade as too rapid, fearing more infections
Restaurants, shop operators, travel agencies and airlines welcomed the decision to reclassify the coronavirus, with some even calling it overdue.
France OKs Renault’s reduction in Nissan stake
Nissan, which owns 15% of Renault, has been calling on the French automaker to cut its stake in the Japanese company to the same level.
Tepco to seek government OK for household rate hike for first time since 2012
If the planned application is approved, the utility is expected to raise the rates by around 30% in or after June, a move that would …
BOJ’s Kuroda signals no shift after inflation hits 41-year high
Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda said current inflation is led mainly by import-price increases, and that it’s likely to start cooling from next month.
Horror of station massacre hangs heavy over Ukraine’s Kramatorsk
Despite widespread silence over the brutal attack — one of the deadliest of the war — it has left an indelible mark on survivors and …
Chinese who lost relatives to COVID angry at failure to protect elderly
As hundreds of millions of Chinese people travel to reunite with families for the Lunar New Year holiday, many will do so after mourning relatives …

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Chris Hipkins set to replace Jacinda Ardern as New Zealand prime minister
Hipkins is expected to be confirmed as the new leader at a meeting of the ruling Labor Party’s 64 lawmakers on Sunday.
Japanese designers begin the year with responsible and eco-friendly products
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Yukihiro Takahashi: Style, substance and the knack for a beat
Yellow Magic Orchestra’s principal vocalist and rhythmic lynchpin was a leading figure in Japan’s music scene, inspiring musicians the world over with his collaborative spirit.
Mike Trout hopes for WBC battle against Angels teammate Shohei Ohtani
A showdown between Ohtani on the mound and Trout in the batter’s box would be the stuff of dreams for WBC organizers, as well as …
How COVID’s bitter divisions tarnished a liberal icon
In a part of the world where coronavirus restrictions lingered, Jacinda Ardern struggled to get beyond her association with pandemic policy.
When the big wave doesn’t break, but your emotions do
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