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“Japan is standing on the verge of whether we can continue to function as a society,” Kishida said in Monday’s speech
Tibetans believe the Dalai Lama chooses the body into which he is reincarnated, a process that has occurred 13 times since 1391
A 2018 OECD survey found Japanese middle school teachers work 56 hours a week, versus an average 38 hours in most developed countries
Religious figures could face prison sentences of up to a year or fines if convinced of pressuring followers to donate
The comfort women campaign highlights the urgency for justice as attempts to whitewash history and to distort narratives continue
Details of the law are under discussion, but it will focus on "banning socially unacceptable and malicious recruitment practices"
The protesters urged Japan to “channel their financing to phasing out fossil fuel use domestically and overseas”
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida described the former leader as a "person of courage"
The church will "respect the independence and free will of followers" on donations, said a church leader