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Japanese government to set aside ¥3.5 trillion annually for child care
With the added budget, Japan’s child care expense per child will be on par with Sweden’s, which is ranked first among OECD countries.
Japan considers official security clearance system to ease trade and cooperation
Without such a law in place, Japanese firms risk missing out on highly sensitive contracts including those with overseas allies in areas like cutting-edge chip …
U.S. and Japan defense chiefs stress need for trilateral cooperation with South Korea
The pair met for talks in Tokyo just a day after a failed North Korean rocket carrying a spy satellite briefly triggered an emergency alert …
Chinese agent or private eye? Ex-New York policeman’s ‘Fox Hunt’ trial kicks off
The case is the first of several involving alleged Fox Hunt schemes to reach trial in the United States, as officials crack down on what …
LDP-Komeito spat spotlights deeper problems in political marriage
That, in turn, has raised questions about the state of their more than 20-year-old coalition, and whether the two sides will take steps to initiate …
JPMorgan tries to deflect blame for long relationship with Jeffrey Epstein
According to a deposition, Epstein was dismissed as a client in summer 2013 because of concerns about repeated large cash withdrawals from his many accounts …

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At site after site, the solution has come down to a choice between an expensive, decadeslong cleanup or quicker action that leaves a large amount …
Ukraine war may become a proving ground for AI
AI and quantum computing could revolutionize offensive operations and, perhaps more important, logistics.
‘The Dry Spell’: Realistic drama tackles child poverty
Masaya Takahashi’s film centers on the struggle of Japanese children living below the poverty line.
Belarus’ Aryna Sabalenka refuses to take personal stance against war in Ukraine at French Open
World No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus refused to comment on the war in Ukraine and her country’s involvement as a staging post for Russian …
Nvidia’s market value touches $1 trillion amid AI gold rush
The chipmaker’s artificial intelligence prospects briefly vaulted it into an elite club of just five American companies.
With ‘Monster,’ Hirokazu Kore-eda makes a welcome return to form
The Palme d’Or-winning director’s homecoming to Japanese-language cinema is powerful and poignant as it unspools an intimate story about bullying, misunderstandings and family dynamics.
War highlights value of radio for Ukraine’s public broadcaster
PBC Chairman Mykola Chernotytskyi stressed the value of the medium while taking part in training by NHK focused on developing emergency reporting systems.

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