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TOKYO (AFP): A Japanese infectious diseases expert has made waves with videos slamming the government's handling of a quarantined cruise ship, racking up hundreds of thousands of views as passengers start to leave the boat.
TOKYO (Reuters) - As the virus-stricken Diamond Princess cruise ship is evacuated, Japan faces deepening criticism over its response to the outbreak, tarnishing what was supposed to be a triumphant Olympic year for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Our reactions to the grim facts of climate change take many forms, including sadness, despair, hopelessness, anger and anxiety. These are often manifestations of ecological grief.
TOKYO (AFP): Japan faces mounting criticism for its handling of a coronavirus-afflicted cruise ship, with questions over a patchy quarantine, incremental testing and the decision to let people walk away after 14 days.
Computers using artificial intelligence are discovering medicines, designing better golf clubs and creating video games. But are they inventors?
TOKYO (Reuters) - On southwestern Japan's Miyajima island, a short walk from one of the country's most famous ancient temple sites, there's a brand new attraction for tourists - a state-of-the art public toilet block nearly as big as a tennis court.
When dating apps and websites fail, Silicon Valley ‘tech elites’ turn to an old-school resource to find love – human matchmakers
Most Silicon Valley outsourcing is done out in the open. But there's one service hardly anyone will admit they're paying for, even as it empties their pockets, shapes the way they dress and perhaps even who they marry: high-end matchmaking.
A stone's throw from a power station on the barren outskirts of Tbilisi, Georgia's capital, a grey warehouse surrounded by metal containers hums to the sound of money.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): Japan is set to let passengers leave a cruise ship quarantined off Yokohama, trying to assure the public it has done all it can to prevent spreading the new coronavirus from the vessel that has the most infections of any place in the world outside China.
Gripping a scalpel, Vladislav Zaitsev makes an incision in the fold of skin between his client's thumb and index finger and pushes in a small glass cylinder.