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Spain's Socialists led in a poll published in the daily El Pais on Sunday, but fell short of a majority with its main ally ahead... [Read More]
More than 10,000 motorcycle riders staged a motorcade Sunday in the main highways of Manila to protest at new regulations forcing them to display bigger... [Read More]
A cruise liner that ran into trouble in rough seas off Norway was being towed to port on Sunday after hundreds of passengers had been... [Read More]
The options for the next Imperial era name, which will be unveiled April 1, are believed to include terms adapted from Japanese classics despite past... [Read More]
Around 50 percent of home care providers reported in a recent government survey that they had experienced some form of harassment by those being cared... [Read More]
The government's five-year program to promote the relocation of company headquarters from central Tokyo to regional areas has made limited progress, a Kyod... [Read More]
The Gonzaga University men's basketball team is generating plenty of headlines during the ongoing NCAA Tournament on both sides of the Pacific Ocean. And r... [Read More]
Japan's newly crowned World Cup ski jumping champion Ryoyu Kobayashi earned his 13th victory in Sunday's season finale. The 22-year-old totaled 464.9 point... [Read More]
Suzuka Unlimited manager Milagros Martinez Dominguez made history as the first woman to coach a men's team to victory in a national league on Sunday... [Read More]
On the face of it, the axing of the Sunwolves from Super Rugby was simply a case of too much money demanded, or a belief... [Read More]
Just a couple minutes from the Okinawa Prefectural Government building and the busy shopping street Kokusai-dori, Sora Shokudo offers jerk chicken on the m... [Read More]
Changing people's mindsets and involving men in dealing more with women's issues are key to empowering women, participants at this year's joint World Assem... [Read More]
Yokozuna Hakuho extended his career championship haul to 42 on Sunday after winning the Spring Grand Sumo Tournament with a record 15th undefeated run. Nee... [Read More]
One of sumo's most distinctive sights is its ringside judges. Clad in black, the five men are all sumo elders as well as former wrestlers.... [Read More]
A railway line stretching more than 160 kilometers along Iwate Prefecture's Pacific Coast resumed regular services Sunday for the first time since sustaini... [Read More]
Official campaigning for the Osaka mayoral election began Sunday, with Osaka Prefecture's former governor, Ichiro Matsui, facing off against a ruling Liber... [Read More]
"Highly choreographed" tours to Xinjiang organized by the Chinese government are misleading and propagate false narratives about the troubled region, a U.S... [Read More]
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Saturday said his country "does not owe the world anything" when it comes to the environment. The far-right leader, w... [Read More]
A hotel operator in the Tohoku region is one of a small number of companies that have launched businesses in depopulated rural areas to raise... [Read More]
Fresh off securing the silver medal at this week's Figure Skating World Championships, two-time Olympic men's champion Yuzuru Hanyu spoke Sunday of how muc... [Read More]
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