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TOKYO (Reuters) - Shigeru Ishiba, a heavyweight politician of Japan's ruling party, formally announced on Wednesday that he would not run for the party's leadership race, throwing his support instead behind Taro Kono, a top contender to become the next prime minister.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's minister in charge of COVID-19 vaccinations is seen as the most suitable candidate to become the next prime minister, while a female former internal affairs minister has secured backing for her bid for the top job, media reported on Sunday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Outgoing Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga will back the popular minister in charge of Japan's vaccination rollout, Taro Kono, for the Liberal Democratic Party's (LDP) leadership race this month, broadcaster Nippon News Network reported on Saturday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said in a surprise move on Friday he would step down, setting the stage for a new premier after a one-year tenure https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/fall-japan-pm-suga-triggered-by-criticism-over-pandemic-failure-communicate-2021-09-03 marred by an unpopular COVID-19 response and sinking public support.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A top Japanese virologist and government adviser has warned of the risks of spreading COVID-19 infections during the Tokyo Olympics, the Times of London reported on Tuesday, the latest high-profile caveat about the global sporting showpiece.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's COVID-19 vaccine chief has blamed a rigid drug approval system for a slow inoculation campaign that is relying on only one approved shot, as a fourth wave of infections raises worries amid preparations for the Summer Olympics.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said on Monday that he has never "put the Olympics first", as an opinion poll showed nearly 60% of people in Japan want the Games cancelled less than eleven weeks before they are due to open.
KUALA LUMPUR: The police have given the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) a thumbs up for maintaining their Covid-19 compliance after a check there on Saturday (May 8).
NEW DELHI/BANGKOK (Reuters) - India and Thailand reported record daily coronavirus cases on Thursday, as a new wave of infections, combined with a shortage of hospital beds and vaccines, threatens to slow Asia's recovery from the pandemic.