Docomo Unveils World's First Taste Sharing Technology

Japan Technology News - January 16, 2024 - 23:33
NTT Docomo has developed the world's first technology to digitize taste using ultra-high-speed 6G communication, enabling the sharing of taste experiences. (News On Japan)
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JAL Rolls Out New Airbus A350-1000

Japan Travel News - January 16, 2024 - 23:26
Japan Airlines (JAL) has unveiled its new aircraft for international flights, updated for the first time in 20 years. (News On Japan)
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Tickets for Shirakawa-go Illumination Nearly Sold-Out

Japan Travel News - January 16, 2024 - 23:16
Shirakawa-go village, one of Gifu's must-visit World Heritage Site destinations known for its fairy-like gasshō-zukuri style farmhouses, has begun an illumination event on Sundays, although tickets are limited to 4,000 people. (News On Japan)
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Agency Bosses Busted for Allowing 'Underground Idol' Grope Female Fan

Japan Society News - January 16, 2024 - 23:13
The president and an executive of a talent agency have been arrested on suspicion of allowing a male 'idol' of touch the body of a female fan. (News On Japan)
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Suspect Rearrested in Nagoya Karaoke Murder Case

Japan Society News - January 16, 2024 - 22:51
A 25-year-old man suspected of fatally stabbing a 20-year-old woman last month at a karaoke parlor in Nagoya has been rearrested for the murder of a woman with whom he was cohabiting in a condominium in Nagoya. (News On Japan)
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Red Sea attacks: Greek vessel hit by missile - reports

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 22:23
The Malta-flagged carrier is said to have sustained only minor damage and is heading to port.
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Vietnam rebel attacks: 98 go on trial accused of killing nine people

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 22:18
Nine people were killed attacks that prosecutors say were aimed at creating an independent state.
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Alain Delon: Tragic finale as film great's family is torn apart

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 22:16
Old feuds and past rivalries re-emerge in public as ailing cinematic great's children fight for his legacy.
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Kim Jong Un brands South Korea primary foe and rules out unity

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 20:41
Leader rules out any chance of unification and dismantles agencies focused on relations with South.
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Kenya cult leader Paul Mackenzie faces terror charges over mass deaths

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 20:36
Paul Mackenzie is accused of being behind the deaths, some from starvation, of more than 400 people.
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Golriz Ghahraman: New Zealand MP resigns following shoplifting allegations

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 19:33
Golriz Ghahraman says stress at work led her to act in ways that have let a lot of people down.
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Sachin Tendulkar: Indian cricket legend flags 'disturbing' deepfake video

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 18:36
The fake video appears to show Sachin Tendulkar promoting an online gaming app.
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Emmy Awards 2024: Who won what this year?

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 18:28
The 75th Emmy Awards saw Succession win big and a touching tribute to the late Friends star, Matthew Perry.
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Why Many Japanese Women Work in Adult Disneylands

Japan Society News - January 16, 2024 - 17:16
Japan is known for its huge night entertainment industry. It said there are almost 10,000 adult Disneylands in Japan. (Japanese Comedian Meshida)
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Cyclone Belal: Mauritius raises warning to maximum

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 17:10
Authorities say the storm is now moving away from the island nation, but warn that risks still exist.
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ATM Factories in Overdrive Before New Banknote Launch in July

Japan Business News - January 16, 2024 - 17:07
In preparation for the issuance of new banknotes this July, ATM manufacturers in Japan are ramping up production so that Automated Teller Machines will be able to handle both old and new notes. (News On Japan)
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Two British brothers 'should be banned from Switzerland' for museum heist

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 15:46
Prosecutors say the two British men should be jailed for stealing 14th Century Ming Dynasty artefacts.
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Iowa caucuses: DeSantis edges out Haley for distant second behind Trump

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 14:53
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is projected to win a distant second place, with Nikki Haley in third.
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The Irresistibly Cute Fluff of Puffed-Up Sparrows

Japan Society News - January 16, 2024 - 14:30
For seven years, a photographer known as biggate4444 (@biggate43) has been capturing the charming sight of sparrows and sharing them on social media. During this cold season, many of these birds puff up into adorable round shapes to keep warm, a phenomenon fondly referred to as "fukura suzume" (inflated sparrows). (News On Japan)
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US condemns Iran for 'reckless' attacks on Iraq

BBC World News - January 16, 2024 - 14:04
Iran says it struck Israeli "spy headquarters" in northern Iraq with ballistic missiles.
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