Wagner coup cost Russia suspiciously little money

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Japan’s wage growth doubles estimates, feeding BOJ speculation
Nominal cash earnings for Japan’s workers rose 2.5% in May from the previous year, the labor ministry reported Friday.
Fukushima water release nears after OK from nuclear watchdog
The Nuclear Regulation Authority gave its stamp of approval to safety processes at Tepco’s treated water release facilities, while Seoul also backed the safety of …
Commission to investigate Japan’s Digital Agency over My Number card woes
The commission is considering taking the rare step of issuing administrative guidance to the agency over the issue, which has shaken public trust and sapped …
With overseas pavilions not yet started, time is running out for Osaka Expo
Local officials are pressuring the central government to do more so the event meets what they admit is a very tight schedule for completion.
A year after his death, Abe’s legacy still looms for both left and right
While conservatives lost a key leadership figure, liberals no longer have a clear person to organize opposition around.
Fresh from ‘Sulu case’ win, Malaysia’s law minister turns to domestic reforms
Azalina Othman Said relished the quashing of an order for $14.9 billion in compensation to the purported heirs of the last sultan of Sulu, but …

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NEC develops Japanese-language generative AI
NEC’s generative AI features lower server load and power consumption and can be tailored according to customers’ usage environments.
Wagner coup cost Russia suspiciously little money
If Vladimir Putin’s defense spending numbers are correct, it’s likely that Yevgeny Prigozhin overstated the size of his mercenary army.
Why you may never see a permanent In-N-Out in Japan
Well, either get ready to wait until 2026 or book a flight to California.
The world’s premier explosion artist buttons up for Tokyo
Cai Guo-Qiang’s “Ramble in the Cosmos ― From ‘Primeval Fireball’ Onward” at the National Art Center, Tokyo gives the artist’s fans something to linger over.
Daizen Maeda joins Kyogo Furuhashi in extending stay with Celtic
Japan forward Daizen Maeda extended his Celtic contract until June 2027, the Scottish treble winner announced Thursday.The 25-year-old speedster joins his 28-year-old countryman and the …
Terunofuji looking to take another step toward rarefied status at Nagoya Basho
One of the most highly anticipated grand sumo tournaments of recent times gets underway at the Dolphins Arena in Nagoya on Sunday.The 15-day meet looks …
Yosuke Watanuki reaches second round at Wimbledon
Yosuke Watanuki won his first career match at Wimbledon on Thursday, coming from two sets down to secure a berth in the second round of …
Ozeki Takakeisho to skip Nagoya tourney due to knee troubles
Ozeki Takakeisho decided Friday not to compete in the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament after pain in both knees prevented him from sparring ahead of the …

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