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The former chief of the school operator embroiled in a scandal involving its discounted purchase of government land faced a new arrest warrant Monday for defrauding subsidies from the Osaka Prefectural Government, investigative sources said. Yasunori Kagoike, the 64-year-old former head of Moritomo Gakuen, and ...
The University of Texas at Austin is removing the statues of four figures tied to the Confederacy, the school's president said Sunday, saying they had become symbols of white supremacy. White nationalists and counterprotesters clashed this month in Charlottesville, Virginia, and one woman was killed ...
More and more people whose relatives lived through World War II are donating inherited personal items to peace memorial museums throughout Japan. Such artifacts offer a lens through which visitors are afforded view of Japan's wartime experience. But many museums face difficulties, including insufficient ...