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TOKYO (Reuters) -Japanese Emperor Naruhito "appears concerned" about the possibility the Olympic Games could cause the coronavirus to spread as feared by many members of the public, the head of the Imperial Household Agency (IHA) said on Thursday.
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BALIK PULAU: A man has been remanded for five days until Thursday (June 27) for allegedly giving his baby an alcoholic drink.
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TOKYO (Reuters) - Alcohol, high-fives and talking loudly will be banned for the reduced numbers of Olympic ticket holders allowed into venues as organisers concede a "sense of celebration" will be limited at a Games already postponed by a year due the coronavirus.
BALIK PULAU: Police have detained a man who allegedly gave a baby an alcoholic drink on Tuesday (June 22).
BALIK PULAU: Police here are currently investigating a viral video which appears to show a man giving a baby an alcoholic drink from a can.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): A total of 18 brands from China made the cut for the Kantar BrandZ Most Valuable Global Brands 2021 ranking featuring 100 brands from around the world, making China the second most represented country after the US and extending its lead over Europe, according to Kantar on Monday (June 21).
TOKYO (Reuters) -Olympic organisers plan to allow the sale of alcohol to Tokyo 2020 spectators, Kyodo News reported on Tuesday, drawing criticism from residents of the capital who face curbs on bars to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
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