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China ‘learning lessons’ from Ukraine invasion, NATO chief says in Tokyo
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said that ties with Japan are set to extend to new areas as the two partners seek to work together to …
Manila looks to quash local charges against Japan robbery suspects and deport them
The charges against the suspects, who are believed to be behind a string of robberies across Japan, have delayed their transfer from an immigration facility …
If Kishida’s approval ratings remain in a rut, who might succeed him as prime minister?
Lawmakers like Taro Kono and Shigeru Ishiba might be popular with the public, but whether they can garner support from within their party is a …
COVID’s quiet creep in Japan fuels its deadliest outbreak yet
A wave of omicron infections overwhelmed the nation’s health system this winter and delayed medical care for patients, sending daily deaths to a record high …
The British offshore wind firm hoping to win big on Japan’s ‘trump card’
As more overseas companies arrive in the Asia Pacific in search of opportunities in the renewables industry, one U.K. firm sees Japan as the ideal …
COVID-19 tracker: Tokyo logs 4,012 new coronavirus cases
The seven-day average of cases in the capital stood at 3,998.9 on Wednesday, down 33.3% from a week earlier.

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