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Posted in: Photographer says barring him from Syria sets a bad precedent See in context

I am concerned that this case might set a very bad precedent in this country. In the future, other journalists might have orders issued and their passports confiscated, Sugimoto told a news conference on Thursday. The freedom to report, the freedom to cover news might be harmed, he said. For me, losing my passport means losing my job as a freelance photographer.

Nonsense! He is forgetting 2 Japanese were beheaded. Is his job more important than his own very life? Not to mention the trouble he would bring to the nation as a whole. I feel his comments are selfish, foolish and suicidal.

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Posted in: 19-year-old girl arrested for killing 77-year-old woman in Nagoya See in context

Police said the girl told them she had wanted to kill someone ever since she was a child,

Hmm a lot of anger inside venting on anybody, roots from childhood maybe from wrong upbringing by parent.

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Posted in: Islamic State issues new threat via Goto to kill Jordanian pilot See in context

ISIS keep changing their conditions, are they subtle or just plainly confused? Seems like they lost the balance of power in this negotiation, desperate for this woman bomber to be freed.

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Posted in: Genetically altered rice could solve Japan’s pollen allergy problem See in context

Tweaking it genetically may have short term benefit but long term negative effect. Im not very enthusiastic about this solution. It's basically going against nature. I remember the government was offering a shots for high school girls to avoid cancer caused by STD, those girls that received shots actually have developed nervous system related issues. So thumbs down for this solution :-(

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Posted in: Tokyo DisneyLand begins 'Frozen' parade See in context

it's certainly a hit also among investors. The stock price shoot up again today.

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Posted in: Cold run See in context

I thought the Japanese people are basically not religious (無宗教) but I see this is not true. Still Japan is a very religious nation.

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