Experts aim to understand Japan’s successes against coronavirus

Many countries around the world grapple with their worst coronavirus epidemics again. But one country, Japan, has very few COVID-19 infections. Observers are trying to understand why. As late as the end of summer, the coronavirus situation in Japan was not good. COVID-19-related deaths were being reported every day. Hospitals …

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An aggressive Russia, a muted United States and a vigilant India

The strong words used by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov against the United States for opposing the sale of the S-400 missile system to India surprisingly did not elicit such an unpleasant reaction from the part of Washington so far. The Indian side was also surprised by the vehemence of …

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Cambodian Airport Operator and Rice Exporter Expect Increase in Activity After RCEP Comes into Force

Cargo planes then landed in Cambodia on Friday, a day ahead of the entry into force of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) free trade agreement, which is expected to boost long-term air cargo growth, a declared the cargo supervisor of an airport. One of the cargo planes that landed …

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Why Square Enix is ​​entering NFTs and why you shouldn’t be surprised

It’s all over the internet now, the President of Square Enix posted a New Years message praising NFT, Metaverse, and Blockchain games as the future of gaming and its business, but someone has you he explained why this is happening? Is Square Enix Becoming an NFT Company? The message of …

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Bundesliga transfer window in January 2022: deals, signings, loans, fees made so far

Here are all the confirmed movements in and out of the Bundesliga. Augsburg In: n / A Outside: n / A Hertha Berlin In: Fredrik Bjørkan (Bodø / Glimt, free) Outside: n / A Union Berlin In: Dominique Heintz (Friborg, free), Gonzalo Castro (Stuttgart, free) Outside: n / A Arminia …

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DVIDS – News – U.S. Pacific Fleet honors Sons of Hawaii with first and last Arizona relic

Story by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Sean La Marr, Navy Reserve – Navy Public Affairs Support Element Detachment Pacific JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii (December 23, 2021) – Hawaiian culture is a blend of age-old ethnic influences, music, language and age-old legends. More than the welcoming beaches, which continue …

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Japan Times reporter provides update on new Japanese Celtic contingent

A journalist from the Japan Times gives an update on the new Japanese contingent of Celtic … As the fever grew in the Celtic fan world over the imminent arrival of our new Japanese contingent, Japan Times reporter Dan Orlowitz was interviewed by Sky Sports News earlier to provide an …

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Philippine Airlines exits Chapter 11 invigorated for the future

Philippine Airlines Inc. (PAL) today announced that it has emerged from its voluntary Chapter 11 procedures as a more efficient airline with a strengthened track record, reaffirming its continued role as the only full-service airline of Philippines with the largest international network. PAL successfully completed its financial restructuring in four …

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[Top 5 Industry News in 2021] Korea’s AI technology goes global

Although the Covid-19 pandemic persisted throughout the year, the health sector continued to fulfill its duty based on the experiences of the past year. While doing everything to develop treatments and vaccines against Covid-19, the industry has tried to graft new technologies, including AI, to promote the development of the …

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How Inflation Could Affect Your Student Loans

Inflation, the rising cost of everyday items, has been on everyone’s mind lately, from investors to policy makers to borrowers. The reason this matters to borrowers is that inflation can result in higher interest rates on all types of debt, including student loans. So how can inflation impact student loans …

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