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TOKYO (AP) — Ahead of Sunday's parliamentary elections, nearly a dozen opposition parties are trying to topple the Liberal Democratic Party, which has ruled, almost without interruption, since the end of World War II. These include a party whose sole platform is a call to boycott public broadcaster NHK, and a party whose trademark is burdock roots and says the vegetable can beat bad guys. Oh, yeah: There’s also the fractured, bickering main opposition party, which has failed for years to put up
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A South Korea activist said Thursday he launched more huge balloons carrying COVID-19 relief items toward North Korea, days after the North vowed to sternly deal with such activities and made a highly questionable claim they were a source of the virus. South Korean experts doubt North Korea’s moves to blame South Korean balloons and say the intent might be to incite anti-South Korea sentiments and ease public complaints over its handling of the outbreak. The coronavirus
Electryon Power Inc. ("Electryon" or the "Company") is pleased to welcome the election of Gustavo Petro as the next President of Colombia. Electryon looks forward to the Petro Administration and its stated mission of advancing Colombia's commitment to energy transition and development of renewable energy capabilities and seeks to support that critical effort.
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Gov. Polis signed an executive order Wednesday that states the state will not cooperate with other states’ investigations into people who received abortions or reproductive health care in Colorado
BEIJING, July 07, 2022--InnoCare Pharma (HKEX: 09969), a leading biopharmaceutical company focusing on the treatment of cancer and autoimmune diseases, announced today that the company has received Investigational New Drug (IND) approval of clinical trial from the NMPA (National Medical Products Administration) for its novel targeted protein degrader ICP-490 for the treatment of multiple myeloma (MM) and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL).
"Gotta start somewhere," Drake captioned a set of throwback pictures — one of him and one of the Amazon founder — on Wednesday
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The Yellowstone National Park area's weather forecast the morning of June 12 seemed fairly tame: warmer temperatures and rain showers would accelerate mountain snow melt and could produce “minor flooding." A National Weather Service bulletin recommended moving livestock from low-lying areas but made no mention of danger to people. By nightfall, after several inches of rain fell on a deep spring snowpack, there were record-shattering floods. Torrents of water poured off the
Japan holds an upper house election on Sunday that is key to Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's attempt to gain firmer control of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) to enable it and its Komeito junior partner to push through legislation. Here are key facts about Japan's main political parties.
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The oldest Magellanic penguin at the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens has died at the age of 40
Since the 1985 release of the Air Jordan 1, Nike and the later developed Jordan Brand has dedicated...
The global cost-of-living crisis is pushing an additional 71 million people in the world's poorest countries into extreme poverty, a new report published by the U.N. Development Programme (UNDP) on Thursday has warned. Achim Steiner, UNDP administrator, said an analysis of 159 developing countries showed that the surge in key commodity prices this year was already slamming parts of Sub-Saharan Africa, the Balkans, Asia and elsewhere. The UNDP called for tailored action.
Former Education Secretary Bill Bennett said exorcists can help potential mass shooters with "deeply spiritual problems."
China's Xiaomi Corp has produced its first batch of smartphones in Vietnam, the company said on Thursday, as it seeks to expand its foothold in Southeast Asia. The plant is operated by Xiaomi's partner, DBG Technology. Vietnam has in recent years become a regional manufacturing hub for global electronics makers.
Injuries and suspension have resulted in Australia making seven changes to their matchday 23 for Saturday’s pivotal Brisbane Test
Jupiter volleyball club's Macy McAmis selected to Team Florida's 2022 Indoor All-Star team.