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Conservation groups make major land buy on Georgia coast, plan to sell site to state as wildlife management area Conservation groups have purchased a swath of land in Georgia that they describe as one of the largest unprotected open space parcels along the southeast … Posted: December 8, 2019 8:53 pm by The Japan Times
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Iran says new budget bucks U.S. oil embargo, uses Russian loan Iran’s president said on Sunday his country will depend less on oil revenue next year, in a new budget that is designed to resist crippling … Posted: December 8, 2019 8:46 pm by The Japan Times
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Holiday delivery: SpaceX capsule arrives at ISS with ‘mighty mice,’ worms, robot SpaceX made an early holiday delivery to the International Space Station on Sunday, dropping off super muscular “mighty mice,” pest-killing worms and a smart, empathetic … Posted: December 8, 2019 8:45 pm by The Japan Times
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Unrelenting transport chaos as French strike bites, Macron camp vows to press ahead with pension reforms French President Emmanuel Macron, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and senior Cabinet ministers were due to meet late Sunday to discuss the government’s proposed pensions reforms … Posted: December 8, 2019 7:40 pm by The Japan Times
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SoftBank’s new tech fund to fall shy of target: Telegraph SoftBank Group Corp. has scaled back ambitions for its second Vision Fund after the failure of big bets, including WeWork, by its first fund rattled … Posted: December 8, 2019 7:36 pm by The Japan Times
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F.Marinos wins 1st J-League title in 15 years Japanese soccer club, Yokohama F. Marinos, has clinched its first J-League championship in 15 years by defeating second-place FC Tokyo. (NHK) Posted: December 8, 2019 12:27 am by News On Japan
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Cooked radish served at year-end ritual in Kyoto A Buddhist temple in Kyoto is holding its annual year-end event serving cooked Japanese radish, or daikon, to pray for the good health of visitors. (NHK) Posted: December 8, 2019 12:26 am by News On Japan
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Japan's households tighten purse strings as sales tax, typhoon hit Japanese households cut their spending for the first time in almost a year in October as a sales tax hike prompted consumers to rein in expenses and natural disasters disrupted business. (Japan Today) Posted: December 6, 2019 11:59 pm by News On Japan
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Nagano is first prefecture in Japan to declare a climate emergency Nagano became the first prefecture to declare a climate emergency Friday, joining a growing coalition of nations, regions and local municipalities around the world in vowing to take action that reflects the urgency of the crisis. (Japan Times) Posted: December 6, 2019 11:49 pm...
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Girls revive previously male-dominated cheering squads Typical cheerleading clubs in schools, known as ōendan, consist of men clad in black gakuran stand-up collar uniforms yelling vigorously and performing synchronized, dynamic choreographed moves to support sports teams. (Japan Times) Posted: December 6, 2019 11:48 pm by News On Japan
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