ニュースの中での Japan

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www.theage.com.au
The Age
· Federer tops Forbes list as the world's highest-paid athlete  
Japan's Naomi Osaka ($37.4 million), who was ranked 29th on the list, surpassed fellow tennis player Serena Williams ($36 million) as the world's highest-earning female athlete.  Copy example sentence
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Malay Mail
· Merkel a 'no' for Trump's in-person G7 summit, says report  
Japan's Shinzo Abe, also 65, is several months younger than Merkel.  Copy example sentence
www.japantimes.co.jp
The Japan Times
· Merkel a ‘no’ for Trump’s in-person G7 summit, report says  
Japan’s Shinzo Abe, also 65, is several months younger than Merkel.  Copy example sentence
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The Age
· England could beat Australia in race for Montemurro at 2023 World Cup  
The joint Australian-New Zealand bid is one of four in the running, alongside Brazil, Colombia and Japan.  Copy example sentence
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The Japan Times
· Police want Liverpool to clinch Premier League title in neutral stadium to prevent gatherings  
Since the early stages of the COVID-19 crisis, The Japan Times has been providing free access to crucial news on the impact of the novel coronavirus as well as practical information about how to cope with the pandemic.  Copy example sentence
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The Japan Times
· Japan should reconsider state visit by China’s Xi, LDP lawmakers say  
Ruling party lawmakers, citing concerns over Beijing’s crackdown on Hong Kong, are urging the government to consider withdrawing its invitation to Chinese President Xi Jinping for a state visit to Japan.  Copy example sentence
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The Japan Times
· Former flyweight world champ Daigo Higa on new quest for title after regaining license  
But with his suspension lifted by the Japan Boxing Commission last autumn and the expiration of his agreement with Shirai Gushiken Gym in March, the 24-year-old has linked up with his old trainer Joji Nogi in a bid to start fresh.  Copy example sentence