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Japan is considering lifting a state of emergency in Osaka, Kyoto and Hyogo later this week as the number of new coronavirus infections in each ...
More than 30 quakes registering 1 to 3 on the Japanese earthquake intensity scale of 7 have been observed in the areas since dawn on ...
A spokesman said that the organizing committee had not yet received a formal reply to its takedown request.
Anri Kawai could lose her seat in the Hiroshima constituency if her secretary is found guilty and given a jail term.
A sudden switch from April to September would be likely to raise the number of first-grade students by around 400,000.
Students from low-income households exempt from residence tax will receive ¥200,000 each, and others ¥100,000.
The number has remained at or below 10 this week.
As of Monday, Taiwan had 440 confirmed coronavirus cases with seven deaths.
Japan is the only Group of Seven member denying entry to long-term and permanent residents, and has set no clear criteria for their return.
The issue has prevented the two countries from signing a World War II peace treaty even 75 years after the end of the conflict.
Amid COVID-19 epidemic, one consultation center in Kobe saw inquiries double in March, with 70 percent coming from teenagers.
Neighboring countries such as China and South Korea are calling for an easing of entry restrictions.
French prosecutors say they're happy the trial can proceed with the suspect present.
Patient visits are way down on fears of infection from COVID-19.
The Liberal Democratic Party is considering supporting Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike for re-election in the July gubernatorial race, a senior LDP member said Monday, a ...
The director of the Institute for Population Health at King's College London says now is not the time for complacency.
The Defense Ministry established on Monday the Space Operations Squadron, the Self-Defense Forces’ first unit dedicated to outer space.The squadron, part of the Air Self-Defense ...
The U.S. military base in Iwakuni, Yamaguchi Prefecture, has asked Japanese employees not to send their children to local schools in a bid to prevent ...
Monday’s figure brings the total number of cases in the capital to 5,065.
After the emergency closures, schools are welcoming back students while taking measures to prevent infections of the new coronavirus, such as avoiding overcrowding and shortening ...