Foreign nationals who departed from Japan with re-entry permission on or after April 3, even if they have one of the abovementioned statuses of residence are, in principle, subject to refusal of landing without special exceptional circumstances.
I posted my comment today, April 4, so...actually...true? I think what we've fleshed out is what special exceptional circumstances entail.
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If U.S. citizens wanted to return to the United States from Japan they should do so now, or risk remaining abroad for an"indefinite period", it said.
But U.S. citizens who live here won't be allowed re-entry into Japan should they decide to go back to the States, so stranded in the U.S. Got a wife, kids, job in Japan? SOL for you if you leave Japan, your PR won't help. Only "special" permanent residents, i.e., Koreans and Chinese who are de facto Japanese but don't have J-passports.
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This is all about saving the Olympics.
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Only 57? That's the scary takeaway for me.
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Turk-backed militants have seized the town of Nairab.
The Syrian army, on Feb. 25, liberated the towns of: Hass, Kafr Nabl, Bisaqla, Ba’rabu, Qiratah, Sahab, Qa’uri and Deir Sunbol. The M4 is within reach!
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Nothing from Thomson Reuters on the "Syrian rebel backed by the Turkish military," cough, Al Qaeda, cough, who beheaded a Syrian soldier and then took the guys cell phone and called the dead soldier's mother to brag about killing her son, smiling the whole time?
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Syria's last rebel enclave of Idlib.
Syria's last Al-Qaeda enclave of Idlib.
There, fixed it. AFP can be so sloppy.
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Is this the same Erdogan who said he'd send Aussies back home in coffins like their grandfathers in Gallipoli?
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Whoo hoo! The M5 is almost under complete control of the legitimate government. The M4 is next. Russia should just lay waste to the entire invading terrorist-aligned Turk army. It's time to get rid of Sultan Erdogan, he's not to be trusted. Read the terms of the Astana Talks.
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All aboard--we set sail soon.
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Only TEPCO officials should run these legs.
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I'm sure a group will be formed shortly, protesting this move.
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Poor NHK is desperately trying to find a story of a celebrity who smoked pot that will knock this one out of the spotlight.
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Oyo just had a mass firing of staff in Japan as well. Unfortunately, Japanese labor laws are going to make it expensive for them.
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The boycott campaign of J-goods in Korea is starting to bite. Japanese are starting to cry uncle. LOL. Japan will blink first but claim something stupid like, "The Koreans have now met our requirements for export control, so we will again fast track them."
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LOL. They deliberately bilked customers through a shady sales scheme.
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As I've been saying for years, the Olympics will Japan's swan song.
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How to avoid being called a Russian agent online:
Don’t be Russian
Support all US wars
Trust the CIA
Believe everything the TV tells you
Get excited for President Pete
Reject the evil Hawaiian woman
Believe all problems began January 2017
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So he’s saying there should be rules and no rules at the same time.
I think he's saying that western oligarchs get to make the rules.
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Russia should boycott the Olympics altogether and hold some event for their athletes in the Kurils in late July and early August of next year.
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That Lizzo alone represents an 5 AKBs.
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"the Ukrainians needed those funds to fight against Russian aggression."
Actually, the funds were needed to lethally arm neo-Nazis to carry out ethnic cleansing in eastern Ukraine. But, hey, why quibble over minor details like that? Even Obama was against this.
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Russian interference and meddling in US elections and politics
Clickbait amounting to a tiny percentage of what was spent on the election. OOooooo, big time "meddling." Poor American democracy is so fragile. Funny how PT never mentions Cambridge Analytica.
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