Possible snap election after G7 summit unclear despite Kishida’s popularity rebound

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Possible snap election after G7 summit unclear despite Kishida’s popularity rebound
A recent rise in approval ratings for his Cabinet has strengthened speculation that Prime Minister Fumio Kishida may dissolve the House of Representatives after the …
G7 science heads urge vigilance against military use of research
Group of Seven science ministers confirm that inappropriate diversion of research results, including for military purposes, is a growing global concern.
Britain and Japan to reach new defense and technology agreement
The British government said Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will visit Tokyo this week to sign a bilateral defense and technology deal with Japan ahead of …
Zelenskyy arrives in Germany as Ukraine prepares counter-offensive
Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, held talks Sunday with his German counterpart at the start of his first visit to Germany since Russia’s invasion.
Singapore’s temperature soars to 37 Celsius, highest in four decades
The temperature at Ang Mo Kio in central Singapore tied with a record in nearby Tengah in April 1983, according to a statement by the …

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