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Govt. to limit rockfish shipments from Fukushima | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News


Govt. to limit rockfish shipments from Fukushima
The Japanese government has restricted shipments of black rockfish from Fukushima, after a radioactive substance was found in higher than acceptable levels in a specimen caught off the prefecture.
This is the first such action by the government for fish caught off Fukushima in 14 months.
Prefectural authorities say that last week 270 becquerels of radioactive cesium were detected per kilogram of the fish, known as Kurosoi in Japan. The fish was caught at a depth of 37 meters near the city of Minamisoma on April 1.
The country's limit for cesium in general foods is set at 100 becquerels per kilogram.

Japan seeks release of journalist held in Myanmar | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News


Japan seeks release of journalist held in Myanmar
Japan is calling for the prompt release of Japanese journalist Kitazumi Yuki, who was taken into custody by security forces in Myanmar.
On Sunday night, his apartment in Yangon was surrounded by about 50 security personnel. He was later taken away.
Officials at the Japanese embassy in Myanmar learned from local police that Kitazumi was imprisoned in Yangon for allegedly spreading misinformation. He could face up to three years in prison if convicted.
Police say Kitazumi suffered no injuries.
The embassy officials say they will seek permission to meet Kitazumi in person, in order to check on his condition.

Refugees win rare victory in landmark Serbia pushback ruling

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Refugees win rare victory in landmark Serbia pushback ruling
JOVANA GEC, Associated Press
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1of3Lawyer Nikola Kovacevic, who represented 17 refugees, talkx to Hamid Ahmadi from Germany through an interpreter, in Belgrade, Serbia, Thursday, March 25, 2021. Hamid Ahmadi still can feel the cold of the February night when Serbian police left him and two dozen other refugees in a forest. Groups of refugees and economic migrants trying to reach Western Europe regularly give accounts of police forcibly pushing them back across borders in the Balkans. Pushbacks are illegal, and authorities routinely deny that their agencies carry out such collective expulsions, which are difficult to prove and mostly go unpunished.Darko Vojinovic/APShow MoreShow Less

Base salary rate of family practitioners doubled from $60 since Apr 1 in Kyrgyzstan

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Base salary rate of family practitioners doubled from $60 since Apr 1 in Kyrgyzstan
Deputy Prime Minister Ulukbek Karmyshakov
AKIPRESS.COM - The base salary rate of family practitioners was doubled since April 1, Deputy Prime Minister Ulukbek Karmyshakov told a press briefing on April 19...
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China's PLA allegedly behind cyberattacks in Japan | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News


China's PLA allegedly behind cyberattacks in Japan
NHK has learned that the Chinese military is suspected of ordering hackers to attack hundreds of targets in Japan, including the country's space agency and defense-related firms.
Investigative sources say the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA, suffered a cyberattack in 2016. Tokyo police have identified a Chinese man who had leased several servers in Japan that were allegedly used in the attack.
The man is said to be a computer engineer in his 30s, and a member of the Chinese Communist Party. He allegedly rented a server five times under false names. Police found that the servers' ID and other credentials were then passed on to a Chinese hacker group, known as "Tick."

12 schools closed for quarantine in Bishkek due to Covid-19

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12 schools closed for quarantine in Bishkek due to Covid-19
AKIPRESS.COM - Twelve schools are closed for quarantine in Bishkek. Some schools will resume offline classes soon, others only switched to online classes.
Coronavirus cases were confirmed among 29 school students and 22 teachers in Bishkek as of April 19.
Schools are closed for quarantine on requirement of the epidemiological authorities and decision of the school principal from 5 to 14 days. Schools are closed when at least two students and workers test positive for coronavirus infection.
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Kyrgyzstan has no funds for vaccination of all citizens against Covid-19 - Deputy PM

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Kyrgyzstan has no funds for vaccination of all citizens against Covid-19 - Deputy PM
AKIPRESS.COM - The public budget of Kyrgyzstan does not have funds for vaccination of all citizens of the country against Covid-19, Deputy Prime Minister Ulukbek Karmyshakov told a press conference on April 19...
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Deworming campaign in Uzbekistan to cover over 6.5 million children

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Deworming campaign in Uzbekistan to cover over 6.5 million children
AKIPRESS.COM - Deworming campaign has started in Uzbekistan since April 19.
The campaign is targeteed on children aged between 2 and 10 years (over 6.115 million in total), school students under 15 years (445,000) in such high risk zones as Bukhara, Kashkadarya, Surkhandarya, Tashkent and Ferghana regions, Karakalpakstan.
The first round of deworming campaign will last until April 24.
The second round of deworming will be held in 6 months.
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Population of Uzbekistan nears 35 million

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Population of Uzbekistan nears 35 million
AKIPRESS.COM - The permanent population of Uzbekistan reached 34.7 million people as of April 1.
According to State Statistics Committee, the population of the country has grown for 136,700 people since the beginning of the year.
Since start of the year, the population was growing for 45,900 people a month.
If pace of population growth remains on the level of the first quarter, the population of Uzbekistan will exceed 35 million by the end of the year.
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Kyrgyz Health Ministry approves 5th clinical protocol for Covid-19 treatment

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Kyrgyz Health Ministry approves 5th clinical protocol for Covid-19 treatment
AKIPRESS.COM - The Ministry of Health and Social Development of Kyrgyzstan has endorsed the fifth clinical protocol for treatment of coronavirus infection...
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Free Unjustly Detained Democracy Activists: Thailand


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authorities should immediately release pro-democracy activists detained on charges of insulting the monarchy, Human Rights Watch said today. Prominent Thammasat University students Parit Chiwarak and Panusaya Sithijirawattanakul have been on hunger strike to protest their pre-trial detention, for 35 days and 21 days respectively.
The charges against Parit, Panusaya, and others should be dropped for violating their rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly. Until then, bail should be provided for all those detained under the lese majeste (insulting the monarchy) law. Hunger strikers should be transferred to a hospital for medical supervision.
“Thai authorities should immediately drop the cases against Parit, Panusaya, and others unjustly charged for their peaceful pro-democracy protests, but at a minimum they should be released on bail,” said Brad Adams, Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “Holding activists in detention prior to trial and conviction, which could be years away, seems aimed to unfairly punish them rather than fulfill a legitimate state interest.”

20 schools fined in Osh for violation of Covid-19 requirements

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Kyrgyzstan in talks with Russia on domestic production of vaccines

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Preparedness of hospitals for Covid-19 third wave response divided into 2 stages

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Preparedness of hospitals for Covid-19 third wave response divided into 2 stages
AKIPRESS.COM - Preparation of healthcare organizations for the third coronavirus wave is divided into 2 stages, Health Ministry's specialist Nurgul Ibraeva told Maral Radio...
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British Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan vaccinated against Covid-19

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British Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan vaccinated against Covid-19
AKIPRESS.COM - British Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan Charles Garrett said he was vaccinated against Covid-19.
"We were vaccinated against Covid-19 together with colleagues on Thursday. The more people are vaccinated, the sooner we will return to normal life. Any vaccine approved by WHO may be used," Ambassador Garrett said on Twitter.
Judging from the photo attached to the tweet, the Ambassador was vaccinated with AstraZeneca vaccine.
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Deputy PM comments on possible opening of casinos in Issyk-Kul

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Deputy PM comments on possible opening of casinos in Issyk-Kul
AKIPRESS.COM - "I do not have facts confirming that criminals tightened their pressure on business," said Deputy Prime Minister Ulukbek Karmyshakov at an online briefing...
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Non-stop cremations cast doubt on India's counting of COVID dead | Coronavirus pandemic News

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Gas and firewood furnaces at a crematorium in the western Indian state of Gujarat have been running so long without a break during the COVID-19 pandemic that metal parts have begun to melt.
“We are working around the clock at 100 percent capacity to cremate bodies on time,” Kamlesh Sailor, the president of the trust that runs the crematorium in the diamond-polishing city of Surat, told the Reuters news agency.
And with hospitals full and oxygen and medicines in short supply in an already creaky health system, several big cities are reporting far larger numbers of cremations and burials under coronavirus protocols than official COVID-19 death tolls, according to crematorium and cemetery workers, media and a review of government data.

Third coronavirus wave to be easier - virologist

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Third coronavirus wave to be easier - virologist
AKIPRESS.COM - The third coronavirus wave will be milder, virologist Zuridin Nurmatov said.
The situation was severe in July 2020. The fatality rate dropped by the second coronavirus wave in October. This wave will be easier, he added.
"It will be easier, since many people have antibodies," Zuridin Nurmatov explained.
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Kazakhstan vaccinated 733,980 people against coronavirus

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Kazakhstan vaccinated 733,980 people against coronavirus
AKIPRESS.COM - Kazakhstan vaccinated 733,980 people against coronavirus infection as of April 20.
122,926 of them received the first shot of the vaccine, said the Ministry of Health.
Almaty vaccinated the biggest number of people - 142,600 - among the regions, followed by Almaty region - 99,733, Shymkent - 67,263 and Nur-Sultan - 63,642.
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Only 11 out of 210 bride kidnapping cases made it to court in 2020

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Only 11 out of 210 bride kidnapping cases made it to court in 2020
AKIPRESS.COM - MP Ainuru Altybaeva asked the Prosecutor General at the parliamentary session on  April 20 what were the reasons for closing 85-90% of bride kidnapping cases in Kyrgyzstan...
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Kyrgyzstan receives 423,000 syringes through COVAX program


Kyrgyzstan receives 423,000 syringes through COVAX program
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Tajikistan and Netherlands hold second round of political consultations

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Tajikistan and Netherlands hold second round of political consultations
AKIPRESS.COM - The second round of political consultations between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan and the Netherlands was held in the format of videoconference on April 19, the Tajik Foreign Ministry said.
During the meeting, a wide range of issues of bilateral cooperation between Tajikistan and the Netherlands in the field of politics, economics, environment, education, tourism, water and energy cooperation as well as combating extremism and terrorism were discussed.
The sides exchanged views on response to COVID-19, modern challenges and threats.
The parties also considered bilateral cooperation in the framework of international and regional organizations.

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