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Charity events and victim support projects put on hold due to coronavirus pandemic.
Students who are required to go through practical training, sometimes so they can attain national qualifications, are not able to carry that out at present.
At least 20 percent of Japanese people who were working in the Chinese capital have yet to come back, a survey conducted in late March ...
To reopen, the facilities will be required to make a list of customers and introduce a system for the tracking of infected people using QR ...
Infections in Tokyo rose to nearly 5,200 on Thursday, the highest among the country's 47 prefectures.
The Defense Ministry said Thursday it has pushed back the deadline for an additional survey of potential locations for deploying the planned Aegis Ashore land-based ...
The city of Yamato in Kanagawa Prefecture plans to set an ordinance intended to prevent smartphone use while walking.Through the ordinance, the city aims to ...
The city of Kitakyushu, which saw dozens of coronavirus cases from early March to late April, did not report any infections between April 30 and ...
The government is expected to complete the distribution of face masks to all households in the country in the fight against the new coronavirus in ...
A House of Representatives panel on the Constitution held its first meeting in the ongoing session of the Diet on Thursday, resuming talks on a ...
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said a free and open Hong Kong should be maintained under the "one country, two systems" framework.
The emperor emeritus, who abdicated on April 30 last year, had been refraining from going out due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tokyo recorded 10 or more cases for three straight days after it saw eight infections on Monday.
Health ministry technocrats wanted to maintain a tight grip on information rather than cooperate with private institutions, critics say.
A student and the father of another student were killed in the attack that also injured 18 others.
Some parents may be shying away from taking their children to medical institutions for vaccinations due to concerns over the COVID-19 epidemic.
The government is considering accepting visitors first from the United States, China and South Korea, due to strong economic ties, and from Australia.
The tower will open the 600-step staircase leading to the main deck so that visitors who stayed home during the virus emergency can exercise.
Shinji Aoba, 42, was arrested Wednesday by Kyoto Prefectural Police on suspicion of carrying out the attack that killed 36 people.
The nation still needs to prevent a second wave, and that will involve testing and urging people to avoid risky situations.