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TOKYO (AFP): Leaders from the US, Australia, Japan and India are this month expected to hold the first in-person talks of their "Quad" grouping, seen as a counter to China's growing influence, Japanese media said Friday (Sept 10).
TOKYO (Reuters): Japanese voters strongly support Taro Kono, minister in charge of fighting Covid-19, becoming the next prime minister, a second opinion poll said on Monday (Sept 6), as potential candidates prepare announcements that they will contest the leadership of the ruling party.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Taro Kono, Japan's minister in charge of fighting COVID-19 and a top choice of voters for Japanese prime minister, may also pick up the backing of a popular ruling party heavyweight in the race for party leader, broadcaster TV Asahi said on Monday.
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The paper says that before its release, the treated water at the Fukushima nuclear power plant will be diluted with seawater.
Tokyo awoke to a huge bill and soaring coronavirus cases on Monday after pulling off a mid-pandemic Olympics that at times looked impossible and had a mixed reception to the end.
TOKYO: Sunisa Lee claimed the coveted all-around gold medal many expected to see go to her United States teammate Simone Biles, as the gymnastics competition moved on without its biggest star.
TOKYO (Reuters) - With banner headlines and explosions of confetti on the internet, a Japan saddened last weekend by the abrupt end of one gymnastic king's storied Olympic career hailed on Thursday the ascent of his heir.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Tokyo residents went to the polls on Sunday to pick members of its metropolitan assembly just 19 days before the Olympic Games begin, as surveys showed Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) was likely to win the vote.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan plans to ask Olympic athletes from India and five other countries hit hard by the highly infectious Delta variant of the coronavirus to have daily virus tests for seven days before leaving for the Games, a Japanese newspaper said on Sunday.