We must protect the senile elderly people from unscrupulous business operators by using the adult guardianship system.

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Kyrgyzstan arrests dozens over Canadian-owned gold mine protest
2013-05-31 Fri 20:34
Kyrgyzstan authorities on Friday arrested dozens of protestors who seized an electricity station and cut off power to a Canadian-owned gold mine which is one of the country's biggest assets, report says.

Prosecutors said that 92 people were arrested as security forces moved in to disperse the protest.

Police surrounding protesters used tear gas as they threw stones, reports said.
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Dollar Falls below 101 Yen in Tokyo trading
2013-05-31 Fri 05:28
The dollar slumped below 101 yen in Tokyo trading on Thursday as Tokyo stocks fell sharply.
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Japan unveils test new design of quiet supersonic plane
2013-05-31 Fri 05:20

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency(JAXA) has unveiled a prototype of a reduced-noise supersonic aircraft.

The model is scheduled to be tested in Sweden this summer.

JAXA showed the model to reporters at a plant in Utsunomiya on Thursday.

The one-ton, 8-meter-long plane has warped main wings and a long nose, flat at the tip.
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Nikkei falls over 700 points
2013-05-30 Thu 18:34
The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average finished at 13,589 on Thursday , down 737 points from Wednesday's close.
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Senkakus are Japan's
2013-05-30 Thu 00:00
There is no doubt that the Senkaku Islands are clearly an inherent part of the territory of Japan.
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Chinese hackers Reportedly compromise US weapons designs
2013-05-29 Wed 06:47
Chinese hackers have gained access to designs of more than two dozen major U.S. weapons systems, the Washington Post reported on Monday.
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Chinese rammed fishing boat, Vietnam says
2013-05-29 Wed 05:24
The Vietnamese Foreign Ministry said that a Chinese vessel slammed into a Vietnamese fishing boat while it was operating in Vietnamese waters on May 20.

It damaged the ship’s hull and risked the lives of 15 crew members.
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China anger over teen's graffiti at Luxor temple in Egypt
2013-05-29 Wed 00:00
The teen's family has apologized, after the kid was attacked on social media, the BBC reports.

On Friday a micro-blogger posted a photo of graffiti at a temple complex in Luxor, Egypt, which said "Ding Jinhao was here".

Angry internet users then managed to identify the teen, posting his date of birth and school online, reports said.

His mother told a local paper they were sorry for his actions.
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Tokyo Stocks Rebound
2013-05-29 Wed 00:00
Stocks staged a rebound on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Tuesday.

The 225-issue Nikkei average closed up 169.33 points at 14,311.98.
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Marine killed after shooting in Texas
2013-05-29 Wed 00:00
Marine Esteban Smith,23, was based in a Camp Lejeune in North Carolina was killed Sunday after police say he shot six people in three towns

He died during a gun battle with police in Texas after authorities said he killed one person and wounded five others in a shooting spree.
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S. Korea shuts down 2 more nuclear reactors
2013-05-28 Tue 15:03
South Korea has suspended operations at two more nuclear reactors over the use of unauthorized parts.
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S.Korean paper expresses regret for editorial
2013-05-28 Tue 13:21
The JoongAng Ilbo paper has expressed regret over a commentary it published last week describing the 1945 US atomic bombings of Japan as divine punishment.
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Yoshinari Matsushita, 43-year-old Tyco Suzuki rider, killed at Isle of Man TT
2013-05-28 Tue 13:09
Matsushita Yoshinari has died in an incident at the Isle of Man TT qualifying session.

Matsushita is the 21st rider to die at the races since 2000.
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Japan's net external assets at record 296 tril. yen
2013-05-28 Tue 12:08
The Finance Ministry said on Tuesday that the net external asset balance held by Japanese companies, government and individual investors reached a record 296.3 trillion yen as of the end of 2012.

Japan has become the world's largest holder of overseas net assets for the 22nd straight year.
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U.S. F-15 fighter jet crashes off Okinawa
2013-05-28 Tue 11:34
On Monday, a U.S. military jet crashed in waters off the Okinawa prefecture, the Japanese government said.

There were no casualties, it said.
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Kim Jong Un orders navy to conceal vessels
2013-05-28 Tue 07:00
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ordered North Korean navy officials the concealment of combat vessels during an inspection tour of a naval unit, state media reported on Monday.

The Korean Central News Agency said the remark was made after Kim spotted unconcealed vessels anchored on a beach during an inspection tour on at the Navy's 291 Unit.

The report did not say when the visit was made or the location of the unit.
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Death toll from bird flu infections in China rises to 37
2013-05-28 Tue 06:00
One more person in China have died from a new strain of bird flu, bringing the death toll from the H7N9 virus to 37, China's health authority said on Monday.
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Japan raps China premier's remarks on Senkakus
2013-05-27 Mon 20:55
The Japanese government on Monday criticized Chinese Premier Li Keqiang for his comment that Japan had stolen islands in the East China.

"That remark ignores history. Japan can never accept it," Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga Yoshihide told a news conference.

You Liar!
There is no fact in history that China had sovereignty over the Senkaku Islands.
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Abe returns to Japan from Burma
2013-05-27 Mon 10:03
PM Abe arrived back in Japan from Burma early Monday morning.
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Obama comforts Oklahoma victims
2013-05-27 Mon 09:41
US President Barack Obama on Sunday has visited the tornado-ravaged town of Moore in Oklahoma and has told its victims that they "are not alone".

He has said "Oklahomans have inspired us with their love and their courage."
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30 people exposed to leaked radiation in nuclear lab accident in Ibaragi Pref.
2013-05-27 Mon 09:23
Physical exams of people working at the site of a nuclear laboratory accident confirmed an additional 24 people were exposed to leaked radioactive substances, raising the total number of exposed staff to 30, the Japan Atomic Energy Agency said Sunday.
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Hong Kong marches to commemorate 1989 Tiananmen crackdown
2013-05-27 Mon 00:24
More than 1,000 people marched in Hong Kong on Sunday to commemorate those killed in the Tiananmen Square military crackdown in Beijing in 1989.
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ANA restarts 787 flights
2013-05-26 Sun 22:21
Japan's All Nippon Airways has resumed commercial flights of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

The first flight landed at Tokyo's Haneda airport on Sunday evening, local time, after a flight from Sapporo.
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Japan to offer 91 bil. yen in fresh aid to Burma, while waiving debts
2013-05-26 Sun 19:42
Prime Minister Abe Shinzo on Sunday pledged 91 billion yen in fresh aid to Burma, while waiving some 190 billion yen in debts.

During the first visit to the country by a Japanese premier in 36 years, Abe and Myanmar President Thein Sein agreed to lay a new foundation for mutual friendship.
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Dozens injured in US train crash
2013-05-26 Sun 19:28
Two trains have collided in Scott County in the US state of Missouri, bringing down a road bridge and leaving seven people injured.

The crash prompted one of the trains to derail, hitting a pillar propping up Highway M, reports said.

Two cars were on the bridge when it collapsed.
Five passengers inside the cars were hurt and taken to hospital.
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3 Chinese vessels enter Japanese waters near Senkakus
2013-05-26 Sun 13:09
Three Chinese maritime surveillance vessels sailed into Japanese territorial waters near the Senkaku Islands at around 10:05 a.m on Sunday, the Japan Coast Guard said.
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Abe to meet Thein Sein
2013-05-26 Sun 11:00
Prime Minister Abe Shinzo will meet Myanmar's President Thein Sein on Sunday.
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U.S. Navy names new destroyer after late Japanese-American senator from Hawaii
2013-05-26 Sun 00:00
The U.S. Navy has announced that a new destroyer will be named after the late Japanese-American Sen. Daniel Inouye who served in a U.S. army unit consisting of Americans of Japanese descent during World War II.

In 2000, he was given the Medal of Honor, the highest U.S. military decoration.
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Cadmium-polluted rice is spreading in China
2013-05-25 Sat 21:39
The Cadmium-polluted rice incident continues to spread in China with more samples of raw rice from Hunan, Jiangxi, Guangdong and other places found as cadmium polluted.
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Pakistan school bus fire kills 16 children
2013-05-25 Sat 21:25
At least 16 children and their teacher have been killed when their school bus caught fire in Pakistan, police say.

At least seven more children were taken to hospital in the outskirts of the city of Gujrat.
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