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Posted in: Japan eyes aid for fisheries hit by China's seafood import ban See in context

Maybe this is an opportunity for Japan to stop fishing in that area for a few seasons. That will give the fish population an opportunity to restore and after a few seasons Japan will be able to show that the fish is safe for human consumption and they will have a great harvest to sell at higher prices due to shortages created over time.

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Posted in: Japanese opposition party submits bill to approve same-sex marriage See in context

voiceofokinawa: I think you must rethink what you stated here. There are many couples that are married and don't have children by choice. Marriage is a legal contract between two people and serves a different purpose for every couple.

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Posted in: U.S. envoy confident Japan will ban LGBTQ discrimination See in context

Rahm must just read how LGBT+ rights are threatened in America, he will first try to fix the discrimination and crazy laws that are put forward AND APPROVED BY GOP state governments.

Japan will sort their own problems out, and the country will be more advanced in these rights than America.

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Posted in: Russia 'open' to talks on Ukraine but presses demands after Biden comment See in context

There is only one solution. The total defeat of Putin's Russia and the formation of a democratic Russian nation with fair elections and guaranteed human rights, rule of law and all the liberal concepts for a liberal state in place.

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Posted in: With Twitter in chaos, some ways to protect your account See in context

The best way to protect your account and your personal information is to cancel your account permanently.

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