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Kishida, Biden and Yoon to showcase unity on North Korea — and China — at G7

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Kishida, Biden and Yoon to showcase unity on North Korea — and China — at G7
For Kishida, the meeting will be a chance to highlight Japan’s commitment to its alliance with the U.S. as well as mending ties with South …
Japan visitors surge to nearly 2 million in April after China eases travel curbs
Despite the rise, arrivals are still down 33% from April 2019, before pandemic travel curbs were adopted the next year.
Biden cancels stops in Australia and Papua New Guinea after G7 Hiroshima summit
The decision was seen as a self-inflicted blow to hopes of a more visible U.S. presence in the Indo-Pacific amid its competition with China in …
Japan’s better-than-expected growth keeps early poll on table
The stronger-than-forecast reading may keep speculation simmering of a possible early election and changes to central bank policy.
North Korea is about to launch its first spy satellite
Leader Kim Jong Un has visited a facility assembling the country’s first spy satellite, indicating it could soon conduct its first space rocket launch in …
Online search giants take rivalry to new arena with integrated AI
The classic search-and-click is getting a major makeover as bots ChatGPT, Bard and Bing see hundreds of millions of web surfers seek answers to life’s …

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China slaps comedy firm with $2 million fine over military joke
The incident has strongly divided the Chinese public over what sort of jokes are inappropriate as performances such as stand-up comedy become increasingly popular.
A breakthrough on Alzheimer’s is closer than ever
Promising data could open the door to insurance coverage for expensive new Alzheimer’s drugs, bringing them closer to patients.
Thai FA apologizes for SEA Games final brawls
Indonesia won the men’s final on Tuesday, with Thailand reduced to eight players and the Indonesians to 10 in the wake of four red cards …
The second life of Hiroshima’s origami cranes
For a decade, the Daisho-in Buddhist temple on Miyajima island, facing Hiroshima, has held ritual burnings of the millions of origami cranes sent to the …
A billion new air conditioners will save lives but cook the planet
Demand for air conditioners is surging in markets where both incomes and temperatures are rising, such as India, China, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Foreign media spotlight brought Johnny’s sexual abuse claims to the fore
With abuse accusations circulating for decades, reports by overseas media outlets ultimately cleared the way for coverage in the mainstream domestic press.

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