Japan eyes eased rules for firing on aircraft violating airspace

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Japan eyes eased rules for firing on aircraft violating airspace
The Defense Ministry earlier announced that it “strongly suspects” objects that flew over Japan in 2019, 2020 and 2021 were Chinese spy balloons.
Bid-rigging scandal continues to stain legacy of Tokyo Olympics
The arrest of four more people last week has shaken the Japanese Olympic Committee and dealt a further blow to Sapporo’s quest to host the …
Bleak earnings and revolving leadership dampen prospects for Toshiba buyout
During an earnings report on Tuesday, Toshiba Vice President and CFO Masayoshi Hirata dodged questions surrounding any potential buyout developments.
Momentum behind same-sex partnership systems continues to build in Japan
A survey found that 245 municipalities and 10 of the country’s 47 prefectures had same-sex partnership systems as of Jan. 10.
COVID-19 tracker: Tokyo reports 1,858 new cases
The seven-day average of new cases stood at 1,649.4, down 37.8% from a week earlier.
Data reset suspected in phones seized from ‘Luffy’ robbery suspects
Some of the devices were successfully unlocked and analyzed but were found to be close to what appeared to be an unused state, with hardly …

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New developments seek to turn Haneda Airport area into major business hub
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