With eye on China, Japan to deepen ties with NATO at key leaders’ summit

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With eye on China, Japan to deepen ties with NATO at key leaders’ summit
A NATO office in Tokyo and a new partnership agreement with the alliance are set to top Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s agenda when he attends …
Former Trump national security adviser concerned over Japan app market expansion
Robert O’Brien voiced concern over Tokyo’s plan to require major app store operators such as Apple Inc. and Google to allow users to download apps …
Just how green are Japan’s trains?
The nation is famed for its rail network, but despite significant steps to reduce emissions, the sector is still responsible for a substantial amount of …
‘More than words’: The Japanese men joining Ukraine’s fight
A handful have joined Ukrainians battling the Russian invasion, defying their government’s warnings and bucking a decadeslong national principle of pacifism.
NPO pushes doomsday bunkers in Japan as security threats grow
The organization says the underground shelter can house a family of four adults, three children and one pet for a maximum of two weeks.
Hundreds more arrested in fifth night of French rioting
Some 45 police officers or gendarmes were injured, 577 vehicles torched, 74 buildings set on fire and 871 fires set in streets and other public …

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Shohei Ohtani’s start against Padres pushed back due to cracked nail
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‘Awakened’ Novak Djokovic eyes eighth Wimbledon title
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Nadeshiko Japan manager Futoshi Ikeda relishing World Cup challenge
The 52-year-old manager expressed full faith in his chosen players as they prepare for their last warm-up match against Panama in Sendai on July 14.

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