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The Japan Times
· Seoul vows to stop border protests after Pyongyang threat →
North Korea has suspended virtually all cooperation with the South, while also pressuring Seoul to break away from Washington and restart the joint economic projects, which would breathe life into the North’s broken economy.
· Ed Davey: my experience as a carer can help rebuild Britain after coronavirus →
Davey, who lost to Swinson in the last contest, faces another tough contest, with Moran seen as a joint frontrunner.
The Japan Times
· Hong Kong pro-democracy activists press Tokyo to rethink Xi’s visit to Japan →
Chow, who was joined by fellow pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong and Au Nok-hin, a former legislative councilor in Hong Kong, also voiced surprise after more than 100 Japanese lawmakers recently signed a letter drafted by the last governor of the former British colony denouncing China’s “flagrant breach” of its treaty obligations under the Sino-British Joint Declaration to transfer sovereignty over Hong Kong to China.
· Armed troops remain at D.C. protest →
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley issued a memo that the rights of assembly and speech are guaranteed.
· Kim Yo-jong warns South Korea to tackle 'evil' propaganda balloons →
Referring to the defectors as “mongrel dogs” and “human scum,” Kim Yo-jong said the propaganda bombardment could also force the North to completely withdraw from an industrial complex in Kaesong, just north of the DMZ, and to shut down a joint liaison office in the town.