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The Japan Times is Japan's largest & oldest English-language daily newspaper. It is published by The Japan Times, Ltd. , a subsidiary of News2u Holdings, Inc.. It is headquartered in the Kioicho Building in Kioicho, Chiyoda, Tokyo.


Theme park mascot dies after dancing for 20 minutes in costume during heatwave

theme park mascot dies after dancing for 20 minutes in costume during heatwave
A man has died after dancing in an amusement park’s mascot costume during a heatwave. Yohei Yamaguchi died from heatstroke on Sunday in Osaka, Japan. He donned the outfit for his job as a part-time..
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After Catholic Church Abuse Scandals, Chile Remotes Statute Of Limitations On Sex Crimes

after catholic church abuse scandals, chile remotes statute of limitations on sex crimes
After Chile was rocked by a massive sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church with more than 200 victims coming forward, Chilean President Sebastian Pinera signed a bill that would remove the statute of..
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The Philippines Calls For Probe Into Boat Sinking By Chinese Vessel, Demands UN Support

the philippines calls for probe into boat sinking by chinese vessel, demands un support
The Philippines Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin said he authorized the Philippine Embassy to make an appeal to the United Nations and its International Maritime Organization to make protecting..
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Hong Kong Prepares For Continued Protests Against Mainland China Extradition Law

hong kong prepares for continued protests against mainland china extradition law
Hong Kong was bracing for mass strikes across the city on Wednesday as the protests against a proposed extradition bill that would allow Hong Kong citizens to be sent to mainland China for criminal..
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Japan to resume commercial whaling next month after 30 years

japan to resume commercial whaling next month after 30 years
More than three decades since an international moratorium on commercial whaling was brought into force, Japan has withdrawn from the agreement and is poised to resume hunting the animals from next..
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Thousands Of Children Born To Venezuelan Mothers In Colombia At Risk Of Statelessness

thousands of children born to venezuelan mothers in colombia at risk of statelessness
The United Nations Refugee Agency warned since 1.3 million Venezuelans have settled in Colombia, there have been thousands of children born who are stuck in legal limbo with no identity documents,..
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Pyongyang Confirms Kim Jong Un Will Visit Russia For Summit With Putin

pyongyang confirms kim jong un will visit russia for summit with putin
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will visit Russia for a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, North Korean state media confirmed on Monday. The Japan Times said North Korea's Kim will likely..
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Japan Will Hire Foreign Workers To Help With Nuclear Cleanup At Fukushima Plant

japan will hire foreign workers to help with nuclear cleanup at fukushima plant
Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc (TEPCO) announced on Thursday it was going to use Japan's new visa program to use foreign workers at the disaster-stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power..
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Japan Times president apologizes for 'turmoil,' warns leakers face punishment

(This March 20th story corrects headline and lead to show the threat was punishment (not legal action)
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North Korea's Ruling Party Wins Re-election Without Competition, But Kim Jong Un Wasn't on the Ballot

north korea's ruling party wins re-election without competition, but kim jong un wasn't on the ballot
North Korea’s ruling Workers’ Party won reelection to maintain control of the country’s Supreme People’s Assembly (SPA), with 99.99 percent voter turnout. With only one approved candidate..
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Fear and favor chill newsroom at storied Japanese paper

Early in December, dozens of journalists and editors from the Japan Times gathered for an emergency meeting in a glass-walled conference room in their brand-new 14th floor office.
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