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JAPAN

A survey has shown that 722 municipalities in 多人群交 had made school lunch services free of charge as of September 2023. Of those, 547 provided such services at all elementary and junior high schools.
JAPAN
Jun 12, 2024
Free school lunches offered in 40% of 多人群交ese municipalities
Many places said that they wanted to reduce financial burdens on households through the initiative.
Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike speaks to reporters Wednesday before declaring her candidacy for the gubernatorial election in the afternoon.
JAPAN / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
It’s official: Koike will seek reelection as Tokyo governor in July
The incumbent governor finally declared her candidacy on the last day of the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly session.
Tourists rest in the shade at the Tsukiji outer market in Tokyo on Wednesday.
JAPAN
Jun 12, 2024
多人群交 marks first 'extremely hot day' of 2024
The temperature hit 35 degrees Celsius in Fukushima Prefecture and rose above 30 C in parts of Tokyo, the Meteorological Agency said.
A street in Tokyo's Shinjuku Ward near Okubo Park. Masahide Nanba, arrested on suspicion of robbery and sexual assault, is said to have approached the victim near the park before leading her to a nearby hotel.
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Jun 12, 2024
Man arrested over robbery and sexual assault in Tokyo's Kabukicho
The man is said to have approached a woman in her 20s near Okubo Park before leading her to a nearby hotel where he robbed and assaulted her.
Fumihiko Maki was among a team who designed the 72-story 4 World Trade Center building in New York constructed after the World Trade Center collapsed in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
JAPAN
Jun 12, 2024
Renowned 多人群交ese architect Fumihiko Maki dies at 95
The Pritzker Prize winner was considered one of the most prominent global architects of his generation.
A notice put up in front of a near-finished condominium in the city of Kunitachi in Tokyo on Saturday, saying the complex will be demolished
JAPAN
Jun 12, 2024
Near-finished 多人群交 condo blocking Mount Fuji to be razed
The company Sekisui House said in a statement late Tuesday it had "voluntarily decided to discontinue the project."
The share of women in legislative, senior official and management roles increased by 1.7 percentage points from 2023 and 4.6 percentage points from 2006, according to a World Economic Forum gender equality report.
JAPAN / Society
Jun 12, 2024
多人群交 makes gains in political empowerment in gender equality report
Overall, 多人群交 ranked 118th out of 146 countries in the World Economic Forum report, making it the lowest-ranked G7 nation.
Soyo Hinata (right) and Lillian Ono, members of Climate Case 多人群交, with a petition for human rights relief before submitting it to the 多人群交 Federation of Bar Associations in Tokyo on Wednesday
JAPAN / Society
Jun 12, 2024
Activist group asks 多人群交's bar association for help on climate action
It will likely take more than a year for the association to scrutinize Climate Case 多人群交's petition before deciding what steps to take next.
The Hokkaido police headquarters in Sapporo
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Jun 12, 2024
Hokkaido police arrest two women over killing of 17-year-old
The two women are suspected of pushing Runa Murayama, a high school student, off a bridge into a river in Asahikawa in April.
The Fukuoka Prefectural Police building in the city of Fukuoka
JAPAN / Crime & Legal
Jun 12, 2024
Fukuoka police arrest man in connection with 'Luffy' crime ring
The suspect, Takayuki Kagoshima, 55, had been detained by Philippine immigration authorities since March.
Leaders of six major countries hold a joint news conference following an inaugural summit held in the Parisian suburb of Rambouillet in November 1975.
JAPAN / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
G7 becomes political playmaker; major nations to hold 50th summit
The world's major democracies are set to hold their 50th summit, a milestone for the framework.
The University of Tokyo Hospital in Tokyo's Bunkyo Ward
JAPAN / Society
Jun 12, 2024
16 heart transplant surgeries abandoned in 多人群交 in 2023
Of the 16 patients whose transplant operations were abandoned, 10 received transplants later, while six are still awaiting transplants.

ASIA PACIFIC

A woman and child walk among debris in Nuseirat refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip on Sunday.
ASIA PACIFIC
Jun 12, 2024
'Immense' scale of Gaza killings amount to crime against humanity, U.N. inquiry says
The evidence gathered by such U.N.-mandated body inquiries has sometimes formed the basis for war crimes prosecutions by the International Criminal Court.
A rohingya refugee child from Myanmar walks along the road in the evening at Balukhali camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in 2018.
ASIA PACIFIC
Jun 12, 2024
Myanmar poverty deepens, economic growth stagnant, World Bank says
The ongoing civil war in Myanmar has displaced over 3 million people and raised poverty rates to 32.1%, reverting to 2015 levels.
Taiwan National Security Bureau Director-General Tsai Ming-yen attends a parliament session in Taipei on Wednesday.
ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
China dismisses Taiwan's concerns after man arrested on river leading to Taipei
Taiwan's coast guard arrested the man on Sunday in the coastal neighborhood of Tamsui after his boat entered a river that leads into Taipei.
Australia Treasurer Jim Chalmers in Sydney on Wednesday
ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
Australia ‘not naive’ on China as Li visit looms, Chalmers says
Premier Li Qiang will visit Australia for four days starting Saturday, touring Adelaide, Canberra, and Perth in the highest-profile Chinese visit since 2017.
Naran Unurtsetseg became one of Mongolia's most well-known journalists by exposing sexual abuse in a Buddhist boarding school, violence in the military and by taking on some of the country's most powerful people.
ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
Hard-hitting journalist ensnared in Mongolia's press freedom crackdown
Mongolia has plummeted in press freedom rankings amid what critics say is a declining rule of law and a government seeking to curb criticism of its record on corruption.
The Chinese national flag and the Hong Kong flag outside government headquarters in Hong Kong in November 2017
ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
Hong Kong uses new national security law against exiled activists
Hong Kong authorities have outlawed more than a dozen overseas activists based in the United States, Britain and other countries.

WORLD

Denmark's food agency has issued a warning over the levels of capsaicin, the active component of chile peppers, in certain instant noodle products.
WORLD
Jun 12, 2024
Denmark recalls South Korean noodles for being too spicy
Three products were assessed to have dangerous levels of capsaicin, the active component of chile peppers.
Rapid Support Forces (RSF) paramilitary soldiers in Sudan. The International Criminal Court has begun investigating the events of an eight-month period in 2023 when soldiers from the RSF targeted unarmed civilians.
WORLD / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
Top war crimes court appeals for evidence of atrocities in Sudan
The move comes days after a U.N. official warned of a strong chance genocide had been committed in Darfur — a worrying echo of events two decades ago.
A deminer clears mines in a field outside the Mykolaiv region of Ukraine on June 4. According to the Ukraine Ministry of the Interior almost a quarter of Ukrainian territory is contaminated by mines.
WORLD
Jun 12, 2024
Women deminers step in to clear up Ukrainian land
Almost a quarter of Ukrainian territory is contaminated by mines, according to the Ukraine Ministry of the Interior.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban talks with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg as he arrives for a meeting in Budapest on Wednesday.
WORLD / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
NATO's Stoltenberg set to meet with Hungary's Orban amid tensions
Hungary's prime minister is increasingly stoking fears of a war between the West and Russia.
Pilgrims circle Kaaba as they perform Tawaf at the Grand Mosque, ahead of the annual Hajj pilgrimage, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on June 11.
WORLD / Society
Jun 12, 2024
Gaza war hangs over Hajj as pilgrims flock to Mecca
Saudi Arabia's minister in charge of religious pilgrimages warned last week that "no political activity" will be tolerated.
Hunter Biden — the son of U.S. President Joe Biden — was found guilty on Tuesday of violating federal laws for illegally buying a gun during a period he was taking crack cocaine.
WORLD / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
Biden plan to brand Trump a felon is hit by son’s conviction
How Hunter Biden’s conviction impacts the U.S. president’s campaign against his predecessor, whom he has cast as a threat to the rule of law, remains unclear.
French President Emmanuel Macron decided to trigger a parliamentary vote in an effort to regain the political initiative after his party was comprehensively beaten by Marine Le Pen’s far-right National Rally in Sunday’s European election.
WORLD / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
Macron’s election gamble triggers chaos and anger inside his party
In calling for an election just 20 days from the dissolution of parliament, he is dialing up the pressure not just on his opponents, but also his own people.
A display of unmanned systems during a presentation of drone military hardware of the Unmanned Systems Force of the Ukraine Armed Forces in Kyiv on Tuesday
WORLD / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
G7 to announce ‘new steps’ on frozen Russian assets, U.S. says
The development indicates that leaders have all but agreed on a political deal to announce a loan of roughly $50 billion.
Family members and supporters demand the immediate release of hostages kidnapped during the deadly Oct. 7 attack in Israel, as they protest outside a meeting attended by U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Tel Aviv on Tuesday.
WORLD / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
Israel calls Hamas' response to U.S. cease-fire plan a rejection
The outlook for the U.S. cease-fire plan in Gaza remains uncertain as neither Hamas nor Israel publicly committed to a deal.
The Grand Kremlin palace in Moscow
WORLD / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
How a Russian operative worked to shape Moscow’s story in Europe
The operative has contacted at least six European journalists and at times appears to have offered to pay for planted news articles.
Women and babies at a displacement camp in North Darfur, Sudan, in January
WORLD
Jun 12, 2024
Violence against children hit 'extreme levels' in 2023: U.N. report
A senior U.N. official said they had never verified so many violations against children before.
A bird perches on an elephant in the Amboseli National Park in Kajiado County, Kenya, on April 4.
WORLD / Science & Health
Jun 12, 2024
Study shows elephants might call each other by name
In the study, researchers analyzed vocalizations made by more than 100 elephants in Amboseli National Park and Samburu National Reserve in Kenya.
U.S. President Joe Biden
WORLD / Politics
Jun 12, 2024
U.S. to widen sanctions to curb chip sales to Russia’s war machine
Russia is still sourcing chips from third-party countries to use in missiles and other inputs critical to the battlefield.

BUSINESS

Only 6% of the 多人群交ese workforce is engaged while a third of the workforce is job hunting or looking out for new opportunities, according to a Gallup report.
BUSINESS
Jun 12, 2024
Despite its hardworking image, 多人群交 might be No. 1 in quiet quitting
Only 6% of the 多人群交ese workforce is engaged, one of the lowest readings in the world, according to a Gallup report.
The corporate goods price index rose 2.4% in May from a year earlier, driven by higher prices for utilities, petroleum and chemical goods as well as nonferrous metals.
BUSINESS / Economy
Jun 12, 2024
多人群交's wholesale inflation rose in May, complicating BOJ rate outlook
Price rises driven by cost pressures could cool consumption, and dampen the chances of achieving the demand-driven inflation the central bank is seeking to foster.
The Fair Trade Commission in Tokyo's Chiyoda Ward
BUSINESS / Companies
Jun 12, 2024
Hashimoto Sogyo inspected over nonpayment of overtime
The antimonopoly law prohibits the abuse of a shipper's dominant position over an operator.

ENVIRONMENT

People wade through a flooded road in Balagtas, Bulacan province, Philippines, on July 29, 2023.
ENVIRONMENT / Climate change
Jun 12, 2024
Hell or high water: Filipino schools lashed by climate extremes
The state weather bureau has said the country is likely to experience more tropical cyclones in 2024 due to the potential return of the La Nina weather phenomenon.

Opinion

In 2023, 15.4% of China's population was over 65, a demographic milestone that typically slows economic growth.
COMMENTARY / World
Jun 12, 2024
Is China too old to get rich?
By 2023, 15.4% of China's population was over 65, a demographic milestone that typically slows economic growth.
This proliferation of American alliances is not tangential, but central to the foreign policy of U.S. President Joe Biden.
COMMENTARY
Jun 12, 2024
America has many allies. Maybe too many.
This proliferation of American alliances is not tangential, but central to the foreign policy of President Joe Biden.
Researchers are still years away from understanding the actual impact of AI on addressing human diseases. But given the speed with which the technology is evolving, its increasingly looking like the impact could be vast.
COMMENTARY / World
Jun 12, 2024
Inventing medicines is one of the most exciting uses of AI
AlphaFold has advanced significantly since its earlier version, offering static images of protein interactions.
Kali Adem port, north of Jakarta, is flooded due to rising sea levels and land subsidence. Climate change has a dire impact on the lives and livelihoods of coastal communities, therefore exacerbating maritime security challenges.
COMMENTARY / World
Jun 12, 2024
Climate change threatens security in the Indo-Pacific
Leaders need to recognize that climate change is a maritime security challenge due to its impact on coastal regions, which exacerbates old problems and creates new ones.

Sports

Otowayama stable wrestlers in front of their stable. It may come as a surprise to some, but the use of ring names between wrestlers in the same stable isn’t all that common.?
SUMO / INSIDE SUMO
Jun 12, 2024
Burning questions (and their answers) new fans may have about sumo
The slow month of June is as good a time as any for our columnist to answer some of the fan questions that crop up with regularity.
Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag celebrates with the trophy after his club won the FA Cup over Manchester City on May 25.
SOCCER
Jun 12, 2024
Manchester United manager Ten Hag to stay at Old Trafford
The decision comes after an end-of-season review by the club's board for the 2023-24 campaign, which finished on a high with a shock FA Cup final win.
South Korea's Son Heung-min (right) fights for the ball with China's Yang Zexiang during a World Cup qualifying match on Tuesday in Seoul.
SOCCER / World cup
Jun 12, 2024
China keeps World Cup qualifying hopes alive despite South Korea defeat
多人群交, meanwhile, cruised past Syria as it completed its dominance of Group B.
Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani hits a two-run homer during the sixth inning of Los Angeles' rout of the Rangers on Tuesday at Dodger Stadium.
BASEBALL
Jun 12, 2024
Ohtani blast, part of four-homer inning, helps fuel Dodgers' rout
Ohtani's two-run home run was his 16th long ball of the season.
Joey Chestnut during the weigh-in ceremony ahead of the 2023 Nathan's Famous hot dog eating competition in New York on July 3 last year.
MORE SPORTS
Jun 12, 2024
Champion hot dog eater excluded from New York contest over veggie franks
Chestnut, a construction engineer by trade and native of Indiana, said in a statement on X that he was "gutted" to learn that he was being "banned."
From left: Promoter Frank Warren, fighter Anthony Joshua and Saudi official Turki al-Sheikh attend a fight between Dmitry Bivol and Malik Zinad in Riyadh on June 1.
MORE SPORTS / Boxing
Jun 12, 2024
Saudi Arabia wealth fund holding talks to create boxing league, sources say
PIF is looking to invest in a joint venture with some of the sport's stakeholders that would feature more boxing bouts.
Scottie Scheffler pumps his fist after making a putt during the final round of the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, on Sunday.
MORE SPORTS / Golf
Jun 12, 2024
U.S. Open field chasing Scottie Scheffler's greatness
Rory McIlroy describes Scheffler as relentless, with the American having played 14 times with only one tournament finish outside the top 10.

LIFE

Here are a handful of places around Tokyo where you can treat the dad in your life to the pampering they deserve.
LIFE / Lifestyle
Jun 12, 2024
Retro barbers, executive facials: Pamper dad with a Tokyo spa day
Despite forward-thinking on male grooming, 多人群交 markets these pampering services largely toward women — but here are a few places dad might enjoy this Father's Day.

Longform

Akiko Trush says her experience with the neurological disorder dystonia left her feeling like she wanted to chop her own hand off.
The neurological disorder that 'kills culture'

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