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将棋の神童の歴史的連勝が29で止まる【Historic winning streak of shogi prodigy ends at 29】

A record-breaking winning streak by a teenage shogi prodigy ended on Sunday with his first official loss to a 22-year-old opponent. The junior high school student had extended his unbeaten streak to 29 since his pro debut in December, causing a nationwide sensation.

眞子さまの婚約が皇族縮小の論議の引き金に【Princess Mako’s engagement triggers debate on shrinking imperial family】

The planned engagement of Princess Mako has triggered a debate on the male-only succession to the imperial throne. After her marriage, the number of imperial family members is expected to drop to 18

日本の首相が米国大統領と真珠湾を訪問【Japanese Prime Minister visits Pearl Harbor with US President】

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Pearl Harbor with President Barack Obama on Tuesday, paying respects to the victims of Japan’s attack and pledging that his country would never wage war again.

韓国大統領が弾劾される【South Korean President impeached】

South Korean President Park Geun-hye was suspended on Friday after lawmakers voted overwhelmingly to impeach her over a corruption scandal amid massive street protests.

フィデル・カストロ氏が90歳で死去【Fidel Castro dies at 90】

Fidel Castro, who led the Cuban revolution in the late 1950s that made his Caribbean island a communist state, died on Friday at the age of 90.

数百万人がEU国民投票のやり直しを要求【Millions call for another EU referendum】

Over 3 million Britons have signed a petition for a second referendum after a majority of people voted to leave the European Union on Thursday, which sent shock waves across the world.

米国のオバマ大統領が広島を訪問【US President Obama visits Hiroshima】

US President Barack Obama made a brief but historic visit to Hiroshima to offer respects to the victims of the atomic bomb the United States dropped on the city in 1945.

米国務長官が広島を訪問【US secretary of state visits Hiroshima】

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry visited the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima on Monday along with other G7 foreign ministers as the highest-level American official to travel to the city.

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