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According to reports in media, the Belarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, is flying from Tokyo to Vienna on board flight OS52. Map shows great circle route to destination. Filled flight plan is outside of Belarus airspace
Earthquake in Tokyo right now. Felt the shaking for about 30 seconds. Still going
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[Earthquake information August 4, 2021] At around 5:33, there was an earthquake whose epicenter was off the coast of Ibaraki prefecture. The depth of the epicenter is about 40km, and the magnitude of the earthquake is M6.
Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, a Belarusian Olympic athlete who claimed her team tried to force her to leave Japan, will likely travel to Poland, her husband told AFP on Monday, adding he himself had left Belarus
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Tokyo Olympics: Belarusian athlete forcibly driving to airport after criticizing her federation
Belarus ian sprinter Tsimanouskaya says in video she wants IOC to get involved in her case after she was taken to Tokyo airport against her wishes
Earthquake of magnitude 5.0 - 17 km NNE of Tōbetsu, Japan
Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 9 km SW of Anan, Japan
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 24 km ESE of Namie, Japan
Japan's Ambassador to Moscow summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry after the Japanese side voiced protest over Russian PM Mishustin's visit to the disputed Kuril Islands.
Earthquake of magnitude 5.1 - 73 km ENE of Mutsu, Japan
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spoke with Foreign Minister @moteging today to reaffirm the importance of the U.S.-Japan Alliance, express shared concerns regarding the situation in Cuba, and wish Japan a safe and secure Olympic and Paralympic Games
2 week ago
In response to a question from @rongxiang on new emerging rifts between Japan and ROK, @StateDeptSpox says "a robust and effective trilateral relationship. is critical for shared security and common interests
"We are aware of COVID19 cases among a handful of athletes" for TokyoOlympics, says @PressSec and @FLOTUS and her team with be following very strict safety protocols in Japan
Bloomberg: The group of nations attributing the attack to China includes Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Japan and NATO, marking the first condemnation by the North American-European alliance on China's cyber activities, the senior Biden administration official said
Japanese court sentences two Americans to 24 and 20 months in prison for helping Carlos Ghosn escape
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 29 km ESE of Muikamachi, Japan
Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 8 km ESE of Ikedachō, Japan
Earthquake of magnitude 5.2 - 30 km NE of Kitsuki, Japan
One person involved in the Tokyo Olympic Games found positive for the coronavirus
2 week ago
Chinese video posted on Xigua threatens direct nuclear assault on Japan "if Japan interferes in Chinese internal affairs." The threat of nuclear first-use is called "The Japan Exception." Posted under an account run by the Baoji Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China
2 week ago
An employee of Russia's Olympic team tested positive for coronavirus in Japan
4 Olympic staff from U.S., Britain arrested over alleged cocaine use #TokyoOlympics2021
Yesterday, the JASDF's fighters scrambled to cope with a suspected intrusion into Japan's airspace over the East China Sea.
"We're still assessing the feasibility of the first lady attending" the TokyoOlympics and an advance team arriving in Japan this week, says @PressSec
Fans banned from Olympic venues in Tokyo, which will be under a virus emergency (much weaker than a lockdown) throughout the Games. Some events are outside Tokyo, no decision on fans at those yet.
3 week ago
Bridgestone to suspend its Myanmar operations at the end of July. Bridgestone Corporation, headquartered in Tokyo, is the world's largest tire and rubber company, has been operating in Myanmar since 2014.
Japan to impose virus emergency in Tokyo during Olympics: reports
A proposal for "all venues unattended" for the Tokyo Olympics has emerged within the government. The policy is to make a final decision on the 8th.
If China invades Taiwan, Tokyo may interpret the move as a "threat to Japan's survival" and deploy the Self-Defense Forces to exercise collective self-defense, Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso