Japan considers inviting South Korea’s Yoon to Hiroshima G7 summit

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Japan considers inviting South Korea’s Yoon to Hiroshima G7 summit
G7 host nations often invite countries outside their framework to related meetings. But even if Kishida decides to invite Yoon, the decision may not be …
Ex-president of Fukuoka inn with contaminated hot-spring water dies in apparent suicide
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