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1. Trump promises to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a woman — and soon18:15[−]
Washington – U.S. President Donald Trump is promising to put forth a female nominee in the coming week to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created ...

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2. Thai protesters reinstall plaque symbolizing democracy17:10[−]
The mass student-led rally that began Saturday is the largest in a series of protests this year.

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3. In South Korea, COVID-19 comes with another risk: online bullies17:01[−]
Governments around the world have grappled with misinformation and outright lies about the coronavirus. In South Korea, that struggle has become uniquely personal.

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4. China warns Japan against direct talks with Taiwan leader16:36[−]
The Chinese Foreign Ministry said in the statement that the Japanese side had "clearly responded that what had been reported will never happen.”

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5. China’s rich seek bodyguards schooled in digital dark arts16:34[−]
At the Genghis Security Academy, students learn that the threats to the country's newly rich are more likely to emerge from a hacker than a ...

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6. Japanese scientists develop salt-resistant rice variety16:26[−]
The new rice variety was developed through genetic improvement in an attempt to increase crop yields in a salty paddy field.

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7. Japan Environment Ministry to back firms taking measures against plastic waste15:36[−]
The ministry will offer aid for private-sector efforts as it looks to build momentum toward reducing the country's marine plastic waste.

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8. Rafael Nadal shows rust after break; Novak Djokovic still angry15:13[−]
Nadal lost to quarterfinal opponent Diego Schwartzman on Saturday, while Djokovic was warned after breaking a racket during his three-set win.

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9. How Mitch McConnell can quickly push through Trump’s top court nominee15:06[−]
The process is likely to be ugly, but it can be done.

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10. The final frontier? Firms to develop cosmetics for use in outer space by 202314:54[−]
They said CosmoSkin aims to create cosmetics that feel comfortable on the skin even in the extremely dry and zero gravity conditions of space.

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11. Spinning clock in New York counts down time until climate devastation14:49[−]
New York – Climate campaigners unveiled a huge countdown clock on Saturday, showing how little time is left before global temperatures hit a critical high, ...Комментарии (0)

12. Japanese campsites draw crowds as people look to escape pandemic14:43[−]
Sales of outdoor leisure goods went up following the government's declaration of a state of emergency in April, an official of a camping product manufacturer ...

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13. Sudden Supreme Court vacancy a new ‘wild card’ in U.S. presidential race14:36[−]
Washington – The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has injected a volatile new element into the last stretch of a turbulent U.S. ...

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14. Matthew Wolff takes detours to U.S. Open lead14:33[−]
Mamaroneck, New York – Matthew Wolff might be too young to realize he’s supposed to hit fairways to have a chance to win the U.S. ...

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15. Japan eases virus rule to allow more people at sports and movie venues14:23[−]
An NPB game at Yokohama Stadium drew a total of 13,106 spectators, making it the first domestic sporting event to top the 10,000 mark since ...

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16. Next NHL season could start in December or January, says Gary Bettman14:07[−]
Edmonton, Alberta – Gary Bettman will take his first sigh of relief in months when he presents the Stanley Cup.“Maybe I’ll get a full night ...

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17. Japanese woman, 117, becomes country’s oldest person on record14:04[−]
Kane Tanaka, from Fukuoka, surpassed the age of Nabi Tajima, who died in 2018 at the age of 117 years and 260 days.

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18. Substitute Kazuma Watanabe nets Gamba winner over Consadole14:04[−]
Sapporo – Veteran forward Kazuma Watanabe came off the bench to score the winner as Gamba Osaka beat Consadole Sapporo 1-0 in the J. League ...

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19. U.S. says U.N. sanctions on Iran are back as allies and rivals object13:59[−]
The U.S. said international sanctions on Iran are automatically “snapping back” in a move that most nations say the Trump administration doesn’t have the authority ...

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20. Trump backs proposed deal to keep TikTok operating in U.S.13:25[−]
Trump has targeted Chinese-owned TikTok for national security and data privacy concerns in the latest flash point in the rising tensions between Washington and Beijing.

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21. As COVID-19 persists, Japan looks to send in the robotsСб, 19 сен[−]
A new wave of service machines has emerged amid the coronavirus pandemic to help maintain safety and social distancing.

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22. Will sardines become Japan’s new autumn ‘it’ fish?Сб, 19 сен[−]
Sometimes considered a culinary afterthought due to its modest size and low price, sardines are as healthy and tasty as any other oily fish.

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23. ‘The Cat and the City’ author Nick Bradley: When writing fiction, ‘there’s no such thing as wasted living’Сб, 19 сен[−]
Nick Bradley’s debut novel is a love letter to Tokyo brimming with details of everyday life that he absorbed during his years in Japan.

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24. From salaryman to sanga-slinger: Kohsuke Yamaoka knows the secret to a great sandwichСб, 19 сен[−]
Chipper’s Coffee & Sangas’ modus operandi is making customers smile. And no source of sandwich inspiration is off-limits.

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25. Polly Barton: A heart set on literary translationСб, 19 сен[−]
The Bristol-based translator balances art-related texts with literary translation and has just finished her first original work, “Fifty Sounds.”

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26. Japan is forced to look abroad in the hunt for a COVID-19 vaccine. But at what cost?Сб, 19 сен[−]
Japan has a history of vaccines and related medical treatments that have proven to be problematic — take the prescription drug Tamiflu, for example.

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27. Overcoming the terror of online meetings amid COVID-19Сб, 19 сен[−]
Not only are such meetings becoming more frequent, they're starting to get longer …

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28. Japan and Russia: Sharing a view of the WestСб, 19 сен[−]
There are striking affinities between Japan and Russia, noticeable even before either country was fully aware of the other.Both were backward by 19th-century European standards ...

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29. Sincere Blue makes the case for sustainable seafoodСб, 19 сен[−]
Sincere Blue is Shinsuke Ishii’s way of demonstrating that a French restaurant can offer seafood dishes that are sustainable, delicious and affordable.

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30. Noodle Stand Tokyo: ‘Ethical ramen’ in a freshly fashionable settingСб, 19 сен[−]
The new Jingumae Comichi yokoch? is an alluring space to while away the hours after work or on weekends.

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