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U.S. soldier facing disciplinary action slips across inter-Korean border into North Korea
An American soldier facing disciplinary action at home “willfully and without authorization” fled Tuesday into North Korea, where he was apparently taken into custody.
Foreign visitors to Japan soars as summer holiday season approaches
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China’s blanket radiation testing could spell trouble for Japanese seafood imports
The news comes ahead of Japan’s plan to begin releasing treated radioactive water from the crippled Fukushima No. 1 plant into the sea.
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Senior Japanese diplomat in Oregon attacked last month in alleged hate crime
The head of the Consular Office of Japan in Portland was pushed to the ground by a homeless woman and suffered a cut to his …
Japan’s personal data commission inspects Digital Agency over My Number woes
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U.S. soldier in North Korea far from first American to flee to reclusive state
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What should America make of Trump’s mad power grab plan?
Former U.S. President Donald is campaigning on a pledge to remake the office, concentrating more power in the Oval Office.
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With the goal of capturing the city of Tokyo in physical form and not just on social media, VoidTokyo celebrates its members at “Sharaku.”
As heat wave bakes Europe, Paris keeps eye on weather models for Olympics
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After last train in Tokyo, a second city comes to life
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Long minnows in the sport, the Philippines have never played at a FIFA World Cup, either the men’s or women’s.

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