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Posted in: Japan confirms China set up buoy over its southern continental shelf See in context

I guess they want to control the Chinese to not swim out of their area.....

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Posted in: Suspect charged with third murder in Christmas Day killing of family of 3 See in context

Death sentence please

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Posted in: Former Princess Mako says marriage was a 'necessary choice' See in context

New York is a great place to live and has a great job, but one wonders. Will they ever have privacy.

Wish them a happy life and the press to leave them alone

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Posted in: Trump first foreign leader to call for postponing Tokyo Olympics See in context

Wasn't there big worries it would be "too hot". ? Maybe Tokyo got lucky. I am sure we can figure out how to do it in the fall or next year. They need to get over it, make a decision, and focus on the more important issues of the day. Keeping people healthy. Interesting how the virus will ding both Abe and Trump. Who could see that 3 months ago!

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Posted in: Former Japanese Prime Minister Nakasone dies at 101 See in context

I will always remember when have gave a New Years greeting to all Americans on national TV. I liked him. Thanks and RIP Mr. Nakasone

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Posted in: Trump says Japan treats U.S. unfairly on trade by not taking more American cars See in context

As an American who has served in the US Military and lived a long time in Asia, I am totally embarrassed that Trump represents the USA.

Saying that I often argue with good friends stateside, that they lost faith in the US Political system

Trump, talking about American cars not being sold in Japan is probably well aware that no one wants them in Japan, but he does not care.

He treats everything as a business deal, America is a giant and he believes Japan should reward them . That’s it.

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