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Japanese schools reopen as swine flu threat abates

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Taking up herewith Japanese National Trend News by Media.
From today 25 May, 2009, Japanese schools reopen as swine flu threat abates.
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Harumafuji claims 1st title at summer sumo
May 24, 2009 by AP

TOKYO, May 24 (AP) - Ozeki Harumafuji pulled off the improbable Sunday by beating grand champion Hakuho in a playoff to capture his first career title at the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament. Harumafuji, the Mongolian dynamite formerly known as Ama, got an explosive jump at the face-off before placing his left hand on the back of Hakuho's mawashi and making his first attempt at an underarm throw at Ryogoku Kokugikan. (AP)

Foreign residents rally against bills to revise immigration law
May 24, 2009 by AP

TOKYO, May 24 (AP) -About 250 foreign residents in Japan and their supporters marched through downtown Tokyo on Sunday to protest against bills to revise the immigration law, claiming the revision is intended to tighten controls on them. The demonstrators shouted "no" to the immigration law reform, which is currently being deliberated in the Diet, as they took to the streets following a rally in the Shimbashi district. They accused lawmakers of not hearing their opinions and aired concerns that the revision could increase their burdens and violate their privacy. (AP)

3 bodies found under house floor in Yamaguchi Pref.; man arrested
May 24, 2009 by Yomiuri

A man was arrested Friday on suspicion of abandoning a woman's body under the floor of a house in Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi Prefecture, where police found two more bodies Saturday. The bodies found Saturday are believed to be those of the woman's mother and sister. (Yomiuri)

Sailor ordered to pay restitution in death of Japanese woman
May 24, 2009 by AP

A sailor who was convicted of fatally beating a Japanese woman was ordered by Yokohama District Court on Wednesday to pay approximately 65 million yen - about $685,000 - in compensation, but the court rejected her family's claim that the U.S. Navy had a responsibility to prevent the crime. (stripes.com)
Japanese schools reopen as swine flu threat abates
May 23, 2009 by Bloomberg

Japanese schools started to reopen as concern swine flu may spread nationwide eased, prompting the government to leave local authorities in charge of dealing with outbreaks of the virus. (Bloomberg)
Japan's mask supply falters as flu and fear spread
May 25, 2009 by Wall Street Journal
 
Japanese makers of surgical masks say that despite boosting production amid the spread of A/H1N1 influenza, they can't keep up with demand from consumers hyper-sensitized to hygiene issues. May is usually a quiet month for mask makers and sellers. But at Matsumotokiyoshi Holdings Co., Japan's biggest drugstore chain, sales are up 50 times the usual figure for this time of the year. (Wall Street Journal)

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