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Live Updates: Russian Bank Leaves Europe Despite Sanctions

Damaged cars and a destroyed accommodation building are seen near a checkpoint in Brovary, outside Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, March 1, 2022. Russian shelling pounded civilian targets in the second most major Ukrainian city on Tuesday and a 40-mile convoy of tanks and other vehicles threatened the capital – tactics Ukraine’s …

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Meet the new starters for ‘Pokémon Scarlet’ and ‘Violet’

The ninth generation of Pokémon was announced on Sunday (February 27) during Pokémon Presents and people have already lost it because of the new look. The twin games called Pokémon Scarlet and Violet seem to feature Pokémon from almost every generation and are due out before the end of this …

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How Sogo Ishii became the godfather of Japanese cyberpunk cinema

Ahead of its UK release, the Japanese filmmaker reflects on his anarchic 1980 cult classic, Crazy thunder road It is called “the holy grail of Japanese movie releases”; founding influence on cyberpunk cinema; and one of the most important works in the history of Japanese independent cinema. But for more …

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Olympics say goodbye to Asia after cursed race

The Italian flag, right, flies alongside Greece, center and China during the closing ceremony of the 2022 Winter Olympics, Sunday, Feb. 20, 2022, in Beijing. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue) Bernard Armangue PA BEIJING The Olympics have said goodbye to Asia after a doomed run, and it’s unclear when they’ll be back …

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Arceus Easter Egg is an incredible reference to Beta Pokemon

One of the new Pokémon forms found in Pokemon Legends: Arceus includes an easter egg that dates back to the early days of the Pokemon franchise. Earlier this week, The Pokemon Company released official artwork of several previously unrevealed Pokemon in Pokemon Legends: Arceus, the new open-world style Pokemon game …

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Japanese-Canadian Society Plants Cherry Blossoms in Nanaimo’s Bowen Park – Nanaimo News Bulletin

The Canadian Japanese Canadian Society of Central Vancouver Island has roots in Bowen Park and elsewhere in Nanaimo. The society, also known as the Seven Potatoes Society – because Nanaimo translates to seven potatoes in Japanese – does not plant tubers, but Akebono cherry blossoms (prunus x yedoensis ‘Akebono’). Society …

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Fifty years of Japan-Bangladesh relations: development, assistance and economic ties

February 10 marked the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Bangladesh and Japan. Despite the huge differences in economic positions, the strong will to strengthen the existing good relations and close cooperation between the governments and peoples of the two Asian countries was reflected in the various …

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Big Data Imagery Shows Rock’s Important Role in Channeling Japan’s Earthquakes

Using 20 years of seismic data processed by one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, scientists have created the first full 3D visualization of a mountain-sized rock called Kumano Pluto buried miles beneath the surface. southern coast of Japan. They can now see that the rock could act as a …

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Olympics live: High winds postpone alpine ski race

BEIJING – (AP) – The latest news on the Beijing Winter Olympics: ___ The start of the men’s alpine skiing competition at the Beijing Games has again been postponed due to strong winds. The race was scheduled to start at 11 a.m. Beijing time, but organizers first announced it would …

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Asian stocks shrug off tech selloff on Wall Street

Forex traders look at monitors in the foreign exchange trading room at KEB Hana Bank’s headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022. Stocks were mixed in Asia on Thursday as the latest batch of reports on corporate earnings kept investors in a buy mood, driving gains on Wall …

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Iconic internet monster SCP-173 loses its appearance

One of the internet’s most popular monsters, a grotesque concrete figure named SCP-173, is losing face. SCP-173 is part of the SCP Foundation, a collaborative online horror writing project that most inspired Remedy’s Control, and has also appeared in several SCP fan games. But as SCP administrators grapple with copyright …

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One Piece: 10 islands inspired by real places

Of the many episodes that make up the anime series, A pieceThe many story arcs have seen Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates sail across the seven seas. And on their journey they visited a variety of exciting and colorful islands and kingdoms. RELATED: 10 Times Luffy’s Leadership Inspired The …

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The last: Krejcikova and Siniakova win the women’s doubles

Barbora Krejcikova of the Czech Republic plays a backhand return against Madison Keys of the United States in their quarterfinal match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia on Tuesday, January 25, 2022. ( AP Photo/Andy Brownbill) Andy Brownbill PA Melbourne, Australia The latest at the Australian Open …

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New song Friday! Hear new tracks from Franz Ferdinand, Tank and the Bangas, Poo Bear, and more!

Hello and welcome to our weekly series where we share with you some of our favorite tracks that have popped up this week. In our new episode, we’ll dive into new tracks from artists like Japanese Breakfast, Poo Bear, Tank and the Bangas, and many more. So, without further ado, …

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Peterson helps No. 16 USC beat Utah 79-67

Southern California guard Drew Peterson (13) celebrates after scoring a three-point field goal against Utah in the second half during an NCAA college basketball game on Saturday Jan. 22, 2022 at Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) Rick Bowmer PA SALT LAKE CITY Drew Peterson felt like he couldn’t miss. …

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New Village Arts Reprogramming DESERT ROCK GARDEN

See + Do Final Draft New Play Festival, both productions slated for performances in Carlsbad Wednesday, January 19, 20220 New Village Arts (NVA), the cultural center of North County, today announced that it has postponed the world premiere of DESERT ROCK GARDEN and the Final Draft New Play Festival and …

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EDF, Equinor and Red Rock among big names with failed ScotWind leasing deals

EDF Renewables and Equinor, Mainstream Renewables and Siemens, and Red Rock Power are among 57 companies and consortia that have not been designated as offshore wind acreage in Scottish waters. Crown Estate Scotland has announced the 17 winning bids – out of a total of 74 entries – in its …

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“What if the Bank of Japan blinks? »

“What if the Bank of Japan blinks? » Until last week, the yen trade reflected an expectation that while the US Federal Reserve might be forced to tighten monetary policy further due to high inflation, the policy meeting was unlikely to from the Bank of Japan rocks the boat with …

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Best of 2021 from film critic Harlan Jacobson

In a year that promised to be filled with much anticipated movie titles from 2020 –In the heights, West Side Story, The French dispatch – the air came out of 2021, as it seemed to leave the country. There was very little fresh air to circulate, even nearby in the …

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Chen back on the game, soars to short program victory at nationals

[ad_1] Ilia Malinin competes in the men’s short program at the US Figure Skating Championships on Saturday January 8, 2022 in Nashville, TN (AP Photo / Mark Zaleski) Marc Zaleski PA NASHVILLE, Tennessee. Foolish. Incredible. Incredible. Impressive. And that was just for the short program. These were some of the …

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North Korea fires suspected ballistic missile at sea

[ad_1] South Korean army soldiers patrol the barbed wire fence in Paju, near the North Korean border, South Korea, Wednesday, January 5, 2022. North Korea fired a missile on Wednesday suspected ballistics in the sea, the South Koreans and Japanese have told the military, its first public weapons launch in …

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Latiff Mohidin presents his latest works in private exhibition to commemorate his 80th birthday

[ad_1] Celebrated by royalty, prestigious institutions and elite collectors, Maestro Latiff Mohidin continues to show privileged art lovers why his latest paintings are amazing and why no other Malaysian artist comes close to his level. The little artist, who is 157cm tall, turned 80 in August. To commemorate this milestone, …

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Corinne Tan is the first Chinese-American Girl of the Year

[ad_1] By Leah Asmelash, CNN The latest “Girl of the Year” doll from American Girl is the first of Chinese origin in the line. The famous doll maker on Thursday unveiled Corinne Tan, a Chinese-American skier, as 2022 Girl of the Year. “Girl of the Year” dolls, which were introduced …

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Pokemon’s new PokeToon will make you fall for a Hard Rock Jigglypuff

[ad_1] At present, Pokemon is living the good life, and all eyes are on what 2022 will bring. A new console title promises to inaugurate Pokemonthe next era, and the franchise is putting together a ton of coins to celebrate. But as the new year approaches, it seems like the …

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The most anticipated cars and trucks for 2022 are (mostly) electric

[ad_1] The most anticipated cars and trucks for 2022 are (mostly) electric News Sports Entertainment Life Money Tech Travel Opinion This year’s Most Anticipated Vehicles highlight the auto industry’s break from its past in which electricity was largely out of date, small boxes on wheels. Our most anticipated cars include …

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3 members of K-pop sensation BTS diagnosed with COVID-19

[ad_1] LIWA, United Arab Emirates: Deep in the desert of the United Arab Emirates, the moment the camel herders have been waiting for has arrived. Families dragged their camels across the sands sculpted by the wind. The waiters poured tiny cups of Arabic coffee. The judges went down to deserted …

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Today in History: Today is Thursday, December 23, the 357th day of 2021.

[ad_1] Today’s highlight in history: On December 23, 1783, George Washington resigned his post as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army and retired to his home in Mount Vernon, Virginia. To this date : In 1788, Maryland passed a law ceding an area “not exceeding ten square miles” for the seat …

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SpaceX’s spacecraft could put humans back on the moon next year | Elon musk

[ad_1] Ihe month has been an eventful one for Elon Musk. The richest man in the world and founder of Tesla and SpaceX has been controversially named Time’s Person of the Year; got embroiled in a Twitter feud over his taxes with a politician he called “Senator Karen” and got …

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Leipzig collapses at home, Gladbach gives victory

[ad_1] Leipzig’s Nordi Mukiele holds his head after a collision during the Bundesliga soccer match between RB Leipzig and Arminia Bielefeld in Leipzig, Germany on Saturday December 18, 2021. (Jan Woitas / dpa via AP) Jan Woitas PA BERLIN Leipzig’s hopes of a fresh start under the guidance of a …

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Asian actions mixed ahead of Fed policy statement

[ad_1] A man wearing a protective mask walks past an electronic board displaying Japan’s Nikkei 225 index at a securities firm on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 in Tokyo. Stocks were mostly down in Asia on Tuesday after Wall Street pulled back from recent record highs on weakness in tech stocks. …

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Souvenir de Jacqueline Avant – Rafu Shimpo

[ad_1] Jacqueline Avant (far right) participates in a kagami-biraki ceremony with Kimiaki Toda, Mayor of Ofunato, Japan, in July 2016 at the Japan Foundation of Los Angeles. By GWEN MURANAKA, editor-in-chief of Rafu A post by Los Angeles County Museum of Art curators Sharon Takeda and Hollis Goddall expressed what …

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Silent Hill director reveals horror game Slitterhead

[ad_1] As horror fans wait in dread to see what Konami will do next with Silent Hill, several people essential to this series have announced a new horror game, Slitterhead. Revealed at the Game Awards tonight, it comes from Bokeh Game Studio, run by Silent Hill director Keiichiro Toyama and …

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New Hollywood Restaurant Grandmaster Records is big, bold, historic

[ad_1] In 2021, a handful of ambitious and awe-inspiring restaurants opened in the heart of Hollywood. From historic stretches of Sunset Boulevard to the Cahuenga Hallway, the dining rooms feel reinvented (and slightly less touristy) with new arrivals like the incredibly popular horses, the future My Friends of chef Lincoln …

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Reuters national news summary

[ad_1] The following is a summary of current US National Newsletters. Licensed CNN presenter Chris Cuomo quits SiriusXM radio show Former news anchor Chris Cuomo, fired by CNN after his attempts to help his brother fight sexual harassment allegations while he was governor of New York, said on Monday he …

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Cundall taught Australians to love gardening

[ad_1] Gardening guru Peter Cundall signed in 2008 after spending 39 years sharing his passion on television, and died in his adopted Tasmanian home at the age of 94. Longtime host of ABC television show Gardening Australia, Cundall was a self-taught gardener who has helped countless Australians design and grow …

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‘Pen15’ latest episodes hilariously capture the sadness of growing up

[ad_1] Recently there has been a drastic change in the way young women are portrayed in popular culture. With shows like Yellow jackets grasp their capacity for brutality and big mouth with a focus on their, well, horniness off the charts, gone are the days when adolescence was synonymous with …

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Jacqueline Avant, philanthropist and wife of music producer Clarence Avant, is fatally injured

[ad_1] “He always had a car to pick me up and I was like, ‘Who is this guy?’ ”Said Ms. Avant. “One day, I guess, he was really trying to convince me and for some reason he mentioned how much he paid the Internal Revenue Service.” In the documentary, the …

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“Weeaboos”, “Koreaboos” and foreign policy

[ad_1] The fourth installment of Inkstick Media’s new cultural column, The Mixed-Up Files of Inkstick Media, explores Techno-Orientalism as expressed in the media and the public and how it then affects our understanding and consumption. current events and foreign / public policy. Unless you live under a rock, you must …

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World acts as new variant emerges in southern Africa

[ad_1] BRUSSELS A slew of countries decided to halt air travel from southern Africa on Friday, and shares plunged in Asia and Europe in response to news of a potentially more new variant of COVID-19. transmissible. “The last thing we need is to introduce a new variant that will cause …

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START YOUR MATCH DAY vs BORO WITH DELIVEREE – News

[ad_1] Start your match day with fantastic food! – Deliveree Street Food Zone returns for Middlesbrough game – Six different food and drink stalls to choose from – Come and discover the offer from 12:30 p.m. Our increasingly popular pre-game street food zone will be back on Saturday starting at …

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Full list of 2022 Grammy nominees: Japanese breakfast, St. Vincent, Foo Fighters and more

[ad_1] Full 2022 Grammy Nominees List: Japanese Breakfast, St. Vincent, Arlo Parks and more The 2022 Grammys air January 31 on CBS 23 November 2021 By Joey Arnone Nominations for the 2022 Grammy Awards have just been announced. Below is a list of nominations in the larger categories, which includes …

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Asian stocks mixed after China’s warning on risks and stagflation

[ad_1] A man walks past the electronic board of a securities firm in Tokyo on Monday, November 22, 2021. Stocks were mixed in Asia on Monday after ending the week largely down on Wall Street, despite the first Nasdaq close above 16,000. (AP Photo / Koji Sasahara) Koji Sasahara PA …

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Does Chigs have the ingredients to earn Bake Off? Hometown Leicester thinks so | The Great British Cake

[ad_1] Tthere was a disastrous anti-gravity cake in the first week, but then a decent cookie in the second week. Then suddenly, in week four, Chigs Parmar, the most inexperienced competitor of The Great British Cake, received the distinction of star baker for his black forest cake. Now, the contestant …

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Ed Sheeran’s Favorite Pokémon is Squirtle – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Two days ago Ed Sheeran posted a cryptic Twitter message, alluding to a soon-to-be announced collaboration with Pokémon GO. I’ll be honest: I’m not Ed Sheeran’s biggest fan, but the hashtag #PokemonGOxEdSheeran made me laugh. So, like any self-respecting journalist, I emailed my contact at Niantic to see if …

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Global stocks mixed after Biden-Xi talks eased tensions

[ad_1] A forex trader looks at screens near screens showing the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) and the exchange rate between the US dollar and the South Korean won, right in the headquarters exchange room from KEB Hana Bank in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday November 17, 2021. Asian stocks …

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Mondo Grosso and KLKTN unveil the NFT “SMPLR” audio rod player, a one-of-a-kind experience

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES, November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Shinichi Osawa, world-renowned musician, songwriter and producer, best known by his stage name Mondo Grosso, and KLKTN, an organized platform connecting artists with fans, today unveiled “SMPLR”, an NFT audio rod player. The project is part of a series of …

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Best Tenerife hotels in 2022

[ad_1] Meliá Hacienda Del Conde / Booking.com Magnificent weather, spectacular beaches and a pair of volcanic national parks, the Canary Island of Tenerife is a tempting destination for a sunny getaway any time of year. BEST HOTELS IN TENERIFE From the snow-capped peaks of El Teide, the highest mountain in …

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Every upcoming anime on Disney Plus

[ad_1] Disney + is the latest streaming platform to join the anime game and here are all the anime coming to the streamer. As Disney + prepares to enter more markets in the Asia-Pacific region – South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong – in November 2021, the media giant is …

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Why currency volatility could make a comeback

[ad_1] October 30, 2021 FOREIGN-EXCHANGE the markets were once a hotbed of lively speculative activity. But today traders looking for an adrenaline rush should look to assets like cryptocurrencies instead. Barring a brief surge at the start of the pandemic – and isolated events in the Turkish lira – currency …

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Duran Duran releases new album 40 years after debut

[ad_1] When British pop group Duran Duran made their debut, they weren’t sure how long they were going to last. But 40 years later, the new wave group is still going strong and released their 15th studio album, “Future Past”, on Friday. “We never would have expected to make music …

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Cell therapy advances options for corneal endothelial disease

[ad_1] Cell therapy developed by a team of Japanese researchers led the Aurion Biotech IOTA trial, and the company recently published the first results of the study. The treatment, corneal endothelial cell therapy, is an innovative biological therapy developed by Shigeru Kinoshita, MD, PhD, professor and chair of ophthalmology at …

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Today in History – KTAR.com

[ad_1] Today in history Today is Tuesday, October 12, the 285th day of 2021. There are 80 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On October 12, 2000, 17 sailors were killed in a suicide bombing attack on the destroyer USS Cole in Yemen. To this date …

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India and the geopolitics of the moon

[ad_1] A year ago, eight countries led by the United States signed the so-called Artemis Accords. The agreements are an agreement to comply with a broad set of principles to guide the expansion of human activity on the moon – ranging from mineral resources to the establishment of lunar colonies. …

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Consider this from NPR: NPR

[ad_1] The new game Sable features an original soundtrack by Michelle Zauner, best known as the indie rock star behind the group Japanese Breakfast. Hangars hide caption toggle legend Hangars The new game Sable features an original soundtrack by Michelle Zauner, best known as the indie rock star behind the …

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China’s energy crisis will hit the whole world

[ad_1] Rather, it puts the panic buying scenes in Britain into perspective, where a driver pulled a knife at another motorist as large queues continued to form at gas stations. Images of a man in Welling, south-east London, appeared to show him yelling at another driver and brandishing a gun …

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A sample brought back to Earth takes a close look at Brown

[ad_1] PROVIDENCE, RI [Brown University] – In December 2020, the Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2 swung across the Earth to deposit a cache of rock samples taken from a near-Earth asteroid called Ryugu. Asteroids like Ryugu are believed to represent the ancient building blocks of the solar system, and scientists are eager …

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Natural wonder: seismic lights »Explorersweb

[ad_1] During an earthquake, strange lights sometimes appear in the sky. Observers are bewildered and scientists also don’t know what to make of it. If you ever see these ominous lights, don’t panic. It is not the end of the world and the aliens have not come to invade it. …

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Stocks hold gains on Wall Street after Fed statement

[ad_1] People walk past the electronic board of a securities firm in Tokyo on Wednesday, September 22, 2021. Asian stocks were mostly down Wednesday after major indices ended mixed on Wall Street. (AP Photo / Koji Sasahara) Koji Sasahara PA Stocks on Wall Street closed broadly higher on Wednesday after …

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Geraldine Mitsuko Yamamoto – Rafu Shimpo

[ad_1] Geraldine Mitsuko Yamamoto, 87, died on August 16, 2021. She was predeceased by her husband, Ben Tsutomu (1931-2006). Geraldine was the beloved mother of Bryce (Sandra Wagand) Yamamoto, Julie (Ben Kingsbury) Yamamoto and Jan (Jack) Mongkolkasetarin; and loving grandmother of Hana (16) and Kai (10) Kingsbury, and Miya (10) …

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Japanese start-up Zenical announces the launch of its first product, the Zen Pen inspired by the Zen garden, with support

[ad_1] TOKYO, JAPAN, September 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The Zen Pen project will feature in Indiegogo’s Made In Japan selection, for which it was chosen by Indie-gogo himself and JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization) for its merits of representing Japanese design and culture in an original way. Zen garden, known …

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Biden wants to turn the page on 20 years of UN war

[ad_1] In this photo provided by the United Nations, Abdulla Shahid, left, strikes a hammer signaling his assumption of office as the new president of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, accompanied by Secretary-General António Guterres at the headquarters of the UN on Tuesday, September 14. , …

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MONO looks deep inside with a new album

[ad_1] Japanese rock icons MONO last week released his latest album, Pilgrimage of the soul Going through Pelagig Records. We rarely publish Q&A interviews at HEAVY but with the language barrier a little difficult to overcome, we gave in on this occasion, with the guitarist Taka answer a few questions …

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Pioneering tourist trip to orbit ends with a water landing

[ad_1] This photo provided by SpaceX shows Inspiration4 passengers in the Dragon capsule on their first day in space. They are, from left to right, Jared Isaacman, Hayley Arceneaux, Chris Sembroski and Sian Proctor. SpaceX put them in a 363 mile (585 kilometer) orbit after Wednesday night’s launch from NASA’s …

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Japan’s ruling party races to choose Suga’s successor

[ad_1] Japanese Prime Minister. (Yoshikazu Tuno / Pool photo via AP)” title=”Former Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, presidential candidate for the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (PDL), delivers a campaign speech in Tokyo on Friday, September 17, 2021. The official election campaign began on Friday for the new head of the …

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Virtual Conference Links Route 66 Enthusiasts

[ad_1] The Miles of Possibility Route 66 conference is back this year and will be held Thursday through Sunday, October 21-24, with the theme “A Global Celebration of Route 66”. Atlanta resident Bill Thomas, who chairs the Route 66 Road Ahead partnership, will speak at the 100th anniversary of the …

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