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North Korea’s Missile Tests Pose a Serious Threat to Japan and the Global Community, Says Hirokazu Matsuno, Chief Secretary of the Japanese Government

Tokyo [Japan], Jan 14 (NNA/Sputnik): North Korea’s missile tests pose a serious threat to Japan and the world community, Hirokazu Matsuno, Chief Secretary of the Japanese Government, said on Friday. “North Korea’s repeated missile tests are a serious problem and pose a threat not only to Japan but to the …

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Svitolina became aware, as the earth disappeared from the community

Ukrainian tennis player Elina Svitolina explained that during her career she received many offers to change her nationality. The famous Ukrainian woman in an interview with Dmitry Gordon admitted that she was offered to take the citizenship of England, Australia and several other countries. “When I started my junior career, …

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San Diego Community News Group

USATF Cross Country Championships in Mission Bay Park on January 8 San Diego Community News Group Posted – 07/01/22 – 11:30 AM | 1437 views | 8 | 12 | | 2020 champion Natosha Rogers. Photo by Andrew McClanahan / USATF San Diego slideshow The stage is set for the …

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11 Londoners recognized by the mayor for having “improved our community”

Mandi Fields generally likes to “avoid” any form of recognition for all the community work she does in London, Ontario. However, she appreciated the call from London, Ontario. Mayor Ed Holder who named her one of the 2022 Distinguished Londoners on the annual New Year’s Mayors List. “It’s an honor …

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Olympic Diver Tom Daley: I Will Use OBE To Help The LGBT Community Across The Globe

Olympic diving champion Tom Daley has pledged to use his OBE “to make the whole of the Commonwealth a better place for LGBT people”. The sports star, who fulfilled his longtime ambition of winning gold at the delayed games of Toyko 2020, has been named OBE for services to diving, …

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PerthNow looks back on the highs and lows of 2021

Goodbye 2021 and hello 2022. The people of Perth would say this year has turned out better than the year before with more no face masks, less time in lockdown and the re-election of our state dad, Prime Minister Mark McGowan. But we can’t forget the moments that reminded us …

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Executive search firm Blackshaw Partners moves flagship office to Frisco

Blackshaw Partners, an executive search firm specializing in identifying, attracting and delivering top executives, moved its flagship office to The Star in Frisco earlier this year. Blackshaw Partners plants a flag in Texas. The executive search firm moved its flagship office to The Star in Frisco earlier this year and …

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Confirmation of the first community spread of the Omicron virus variant in Tokyo

The first case of community transmission of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus has been reported in Tokyo, the metropolitan government said on Friday, making the capital the last area to confirm the spread of the highly contagious strain. A male doctor in his 50s, who works at a clinic …

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Tokyo confirms first case of community omicron transmission

Tokyo has discovered its first case of community transmission of the omicron variant of the coronavirus, Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said on Friday, a sign that it is spreading slowly but steadily across the country. The announcement comes after cases of community transmission of omicron were detected in Osaka and …

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Top five community success stories of 2021

The badminton community continued to work together in 2021 to bring the sport to as many people as possible. Through creative return-to-play programs, engagement with clubs and players, and the impact of Olympians and Paralympians as accessible role models, the nation’s most played racquet sport has welcomed players new and …

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Miami Art Week 2021: The Basel Blackout

This slideshow requires JavaScript. It’s finish. Art Basel Miami is an international treasure, but the circus has left the city. Business makes the world go round, but it’s strange. Are The Best Jobs In The World Really Crypto And Highway Building? Likewise, gallery play systems like double parkers and Amazon …

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Community spread fears rise after omicron escapes tests at Japanese airport

The threat of community spread of the omicron variant is upon Japan’s door now that cases have escaped initial virus testing at airports and have exceeded those quarantined at home or at a government-designated facility. A woman in her 20s tested positive for the omicron variant while in quarantine at …

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Recycled water is part of Toyota’s path to carbon neutrality | Community

PLANO, Texas – Toyota’s North American plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 includes expanding vehicle electrification, reducing carbon emissions, encouraging conservation through the management of water, material reuse and biodiversity protection, the company said in its annual environmental report. Highlights from this year’s report include: • The Toyota bZ4X …

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heroes connecting communities across Wales

Lauren Price and Katherine Hughes of Caerphilly are both winners of the National Lottery Awards The National Lottery Awards are a chance to celebrate the inspiring work of ordinary people and projects doing extraordinary things with the help of National Lottery funding across the UK. Over 660,000 fundraising scholarships have …

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Carl Nassib designed rainbow cleats to support the LGBTQ community

Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib, who became the first active openly gay NFL player in June, helped design custom rainbow studs to raise awareness and raise funds for the LGBTQ community. As part of the NFL’s My Cause My Cleats fundraiser, Nassib created the Rainbow Cleats this season …

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Mini PC Freeways Review – But Why Tho? A community of geeks

Reading time: 3 minutes Business simulators are kind of a niche, but they have a very dedicated and loyal fan base. I recently had the chance to check out Mini highways on the heels of their new Challenge City update, and it’s perhaps one of the best of its kind. …

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Miami Art Week 2021: the Basel breakdown

Eden Airlines crew (photo by C. Rachelson) Michael C. Thorpe (photo by C. Rachelson) It’s finish. Art Basel Miami is an international treasure, but the circus has left the city. Business makes the world go round, but it’s strange. Are The Best Jobs In The World Really Crypto And Highway …

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MORE REASONS FOR THE DISABLED COMMUNITY TO SMILE

PRIOR to the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, Malaysia had never won gold at the Games. So when three Paralympians managed to clinch the top spots on the podium, the nation burst into joy. Long jumper Abdul Latif Romly (T20, learning disabilities), 100m runner Mohd Ridzuan Puzi (T36, cerebral palsy) and …

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Japan on alert for infections in the omicron variant community

The health ministry has increased the level of caution against possible community infections with the omicron variant of the coronavirus, strengthening border controls and launching screening tests for the new variant. Three cases of infection with the omicron variant that were found in Japan – including the first of a …

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Madeium launches the first NFT Sneaker community with Jagger Eaton and Stomper Haus & Moondust Studios

Peer-to-peer design network Madeium to abandon early sneaker design NFTs with Eaton’s Cariuma sneakers reimagined by design studios Stomper Haus and Moondust Peer-to-peer design network Madeium to abandon early sneaker design NFTs with Eaton’s Cariuma sneakers reimagined by design studios Stomper Haus and Moondust PORTLAND, OR, United States, Dec 4, …

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Fan-powered content: a tool for building community, expressing oneself and expanding accessibility

Editor’s Note: The FII #MoodOfTheMonth for November 2021 is Popular culture stories. We invite submissions on various aspects of pop culture, throughout this month. If you would like to contribute, please email your articles to [email protected] Fandoms have always been a dominant force. More often than not, the durability of …

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Community front and center as Abu Dhabi prepares for swimming

For the casual sports fan, Abu Dhabi is probably best known for hosting the season finale of the Formula 1 World Championship. The capital of the United Arab Emirates has hosted an F1 race since 2009 and will do so again from December 9-12 this year. Normally, the Abu Dhabi …

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Fundraising celebration served by a generous community | Examiner

comment, opinion, They say charity begins at home, but it shouldn’t end there. Some of the work done in our communities by charities and fundraising groups goes unnoticed and I’m always happy to hear more about what they do and how they help. I had a lot of fun recently …

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Wozniacki, Halep, Azarenka and the tennis community react to Ashliegh Barty’s announcement

World No.1 player Ashleigh Barty has decided to end her 2021 season after the US Open. However, there was a positive development in her personal life recently when she got engaged to her boyfriend, Garry Kissick. ADVERTISING The article continues under this ad The latter is an aspiring professional golf …

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Attack on Titan Final Season – But why Tho? A community of geeks

Reading time: 2 minutes Friends become enemies. Enemies become friends. Today, in front of Funimation The attack of the Titans Final season panel at the Anime NYC convention, it was announced that The attack of the Titans The Final Season 2 will begin airing on Funimation on January 9, 2022, …

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Trimming their social agenda, Democrats cut free community college proposal: NPR

A tuition-free federal university program has been removed from Biden’s social agenda – but a patchwork of national and local programs remains. And at the lower level, it’s a much more bipartisan policy. AILSA CHANG, HOST: The free community college was one of President Biden’s big campaign promises. It was …

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Welsh Rugby Union | Club & Community

As Great Britain enjoys unprecedented success in wheelchair rugby, having claimed victory in the last three consecutive European Championships and after a historic gold medal at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games this summer, the vision of the event is clear: to offer the best European championships. already! This will be …

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Stable U.S.-China Relations are Important to the International Community: Japan

Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno speaks at a press conference on November 15, 2021 (Mainichi / Kan Takeuchi) TOKYO (Kyodo) – Maintaining stable relations between the United States and China is “extremely important” to the international community as a whole, Japan’s top government spokesperson said on Tuesday following talks closely …

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Interview with Omara director Hugo Pérez

Reading time: 7 minutes In the 1940s, a musical movement appeared in Havana. He had troubadour roots and a jazz influence; instead of relying on technique, he focused on emotion and freedom. It’s poetry turned into music, and at 91, legendary singer Omara Portuondo is still waving her flag. The …

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Cuppa and daily quizzes: November 8, 2021

#OnThisDay – 1962 – The epic movie Mutiny on the Bounty, which recounts the 1789 mutiny on the HMS Premium, was released in American theaters; he was perhaps best known for his production struggles, many of which centered around star Marlon Brando. On UK roads, the “National speed limit applies” …

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‘The Forgotten Japanese Community of Vacaville’ Scheduled for Next Solano County Genealogical Society Meeting – The Vacaville Reporter

At the next meeting of the Solano County Genealogical Society, Christopher Diaz will present “The Forgotten Japanese Community of Vacaville”. The virtual presentation begins at 11 a.m. on November 6 and is open to the public. Vacaville once had one of the largest Japanese resident populations in the state. Prior …

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SVAC presents an exhibition of woodcuts | Community News

MANCHESTER – Southern Vermont Arts Center presents Japanese Woodblock Prints: Then and Now – two free exhibitions on Mokuhanga. Hiroshige and the Changing Japanese Landscape, opening November 20 in Elizabeth by C. Wilson of SVAC, is a presentation of Japanese prints by Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) illustrating how the political climate …

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BHA supports community projects in Eyemouth

BHA supports community projects in Eyemouth Posted 21 October 2021 Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is supporting projects in Eyemouth which will help tackle food poverty and also provide sports facilities to Eyemouth Primary School. Pupils at Eyemouth Primary School launch their fundraising campaign BHA provides funding to Splash for its …

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Winterize Your Spirit With Eclectic Musical Offerings | Community

Last week, the National Weather Service’s Climate Prediction Center reported that La Niña conditions have developed and that there is an 87% chance that La Niña will occur from December to February. When these conditions appear, the southern states experience milder weather conditions with warmer temperatures. Conversely, the northern states …

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WWII was Roosevelt’s backdoor to war

It can be emphatically said that Franklin D. Roosevelt felt so strongly that the fate of Christianity and democracy was in jeopardy that he deliberately pushed Japan to attack America. FDR sympathized greatly with the plight of Britain, but was thwarted by a strong anti-war sentiment that did not want …

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Little Tokyo Community Investment Fund Reaches Milestone

The board of directors of the Little Tokyo Community Impact Fund (LTCIF) recently held its second annual investor meeting to hold board elections and provide an update on the current activities of the still rather new LTCIF program. Various board members virtually attended the annual meeting and reiterated the fund’s …

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Little Tokyo Community Council Statement

Following the shooting deaths of eight people in Atlanta, including six Asian women, and the numerous unprovoked verbal and physical attacks on Asian Americans over the past year across the country, the council of The administration of the Little Tokyo Community Council strongly condemns the assaults on our communities and …

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Small cleanup of the Tokyo community on Saturday

Last year’s Little Tokyo Sparkle volunteers included Nisei Week Court. (JK YAMAMOTO / Rafu Shimpo) Little Tokyo Sparkle / Nancy Kikuchi Volunteer Day will take place on Saturday May 12 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Join the effort to clean up Little Tokyo and continue the process of building …

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Little Tokyo Community Forum on WSAB

“What is the WSAB? Is the theme of a Little Tokyo Community Forum on Thursday, April 19, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in Garden B, Japanese-American Cultural and Community Center, 244 S. San Pedro Street in Little Tokyo. The West Branch of Santa Ana is another subway line, and it could …

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Little Tokyo community leader dies | New

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES – Frances Hashimoto, longtime Little Tokyo business owner and civic leader, died on Sunday afternoon. Hashimoto, who was born at Poston War Relocation Center in Arizona in 1943, died after a long battle with cancer. She was the CEO of Mikawaya, a Little Tokyo-based bakery and ice …

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