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Morning brief: Coronavirus update for July 24, 2020

As of 8 am, July 24, 2020: World count: 15,429,889 cases, 8,758,636 recoveries, 631,680 deaths There are now 15,429,889 confirmed cases of Covid-19 worldwide. The United States...

Morning Brief: Coronavirus update for July 17, 2020

As of 9 am, July 17, 2020: World count: 13,654,445 cases, 7,622,505 recoveries, 586,174 deaths There are now 13,654,445 confirmed cases of the Covid-19 worldwide. The United States has...

What it’s like joining a Black Lives Matter protest in Tokyo

Tokyo – "Wow, the police are the ones directing. Damn, Japan. We're gonna be ok," said a foreigner who joined the Black Lives Matter...

Covid-19: Millions join Tokyo aquarium’s video chat event to view eels

Tokyo – With fewer people out and about and fewer tourists in Tokyo due to the Covid-19 pandemic, zoo animals hardly get any visitors,...

The 2021 Tokyo Olympics could be a triumph for humanity

Some of the original opinions expressed in this article can be attributed to Brad Glosserman, deputy director of the Center for Rule Making Strategies at Tama University,...

‘Olympics will go ahead’: Tokyo organisers slam virus rumours

by Alastair HIMMER Tokyo 2020 Olympics organisers said Thursday the Games would "go ahead as planned", slamming misinformation over the new coronavirus for triggering panic. Chief...

Tokyo ranks number one for ‘bleisure’ in Asia Pacific, SG comes in second

In a recent ranking among business travellers visiting the Asia Pacific, Tokyo was rated the best city in the region. Tokyo was chosen for criteria...

World’s smallest baby boy born in Japan, goes home healthy after five months in...

Keio University, Tokyo – Weighing in at only 268 grams (9.45 ounces) when he was born, an infant holds the record of being the...

I Got Robbed in Tokyo – Stan Chart Says It’s My Fault

Getting robbed can be a traumatic experience – especially if it happens in a foreign country, and ends in a surgery ward. You'd expect...
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