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サウジ人記者死亡の対立する報道で深まる謎【Conflicting reports deepen mystery on Saudi journalist’s death】

Saudi Arabia announced on Friday evening that the missing Saudi journalist had died in a fistfight inside the country’s consulate in Istanbul earlier this month. Turkish officials claimed an audio recording proves that he was brutally murdered by a state-sponsored hit squad.

バンクシーの裁断された絵画の落札者が購入の意向【Winning bidder of Banksy’s shredded painting sticking with purchase】

Banksy’s painting “Girl With Balloon” passed through a shredder hidden inside the frame moments after it sold for 1.04 million pounds at a London auction in early October. The winning bidder has decided to stick with her purchase of the self-destructed work, which has now been retitled “Love Is in the Bin.”

日本人教授の本庶佑氏がノーベル生理学・医学賞を受賞【Japanese professor Tasuku Honjo wins Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine】

Tasuku Honjo, a 76-year-old professor at Kyoto University, was awarded on Monday the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine along with U.S. immunologist James Allison for their discovery of cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation.

トランプ氏の国連演説での自慢が笑いを誘う【Trump’s boast draws laughter during UN speech】

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday bragged about his administration’s accomplishments during his speech before the United Nations General Assembly, which drew chuckles from an audience. He later defended his address, saying “They weren’t laughing at me, they were laughing with me.”

日本人起業家の前澤氏が初の月飛行の搭乗者に【Japanese entrepreneur Maezawa to be first moon flight passenger】

U.S. rocket company SpaceX on Monday introduced Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa as the world’s first passenger on a lunar trip planned for 2023. The 42-year-old founder of Japan’s largest online fashion mall, Zozotown, said he intends to invite six to eight artists on a five-day journey around the moon.

大坂なおみが大荒れの全米オープン決勝でセリーナ・ウィリアムズに番狂わせ【Naomi Osaka upsets Serena Williams in stormy U.S. Open final】

Twenty-year-old Naomi Osaka won her first Grand Slam singles title on Saturday after defeating Serena Williams 6-2, 6-4 in the final of the U.S. Open. The match will be remembered for the way Williams clashed with the chair umpire, who issued her multiple penalties for receiving coaching, smashing her racket, and then calling him a “thief.”

元大統領候補のジョン・マケイン氏が81歳で死去【Former presidential candidate John McCain dies at 81】

U.S. Senator John McCain, a former prisoner of war in Vietnam and twice-defeated presidential candidate from the Republican Party, died on Saturday at the age of 81. He had been battling an aggressive brain tumor since its discovery in July, 2017.

日本がEUとの経済連携協定に署名【Japan signs economic partnership agreement with EU】

Japan and the European Union on Tuesday signed an economic partnership agreement that will eliminate nearly all tariffs. Japan’s dairy industry is voicing concerns over losing market share, while its consumers are expected to enjoy lower prices for various products.

少年たちとコーチがタイの洞窟で生存しているのを発見【Boys and their coach found alive in Thai cave】

Twelve boys and their soccer coach were found alive inside a flooded cave in Thailand on Monday after they spent nine days trapped there. But experts say it may take months before they can be rescued.

ワールドカップ:日本が巧妙な手法で決勝トーナメントに進出【World Cup: Japan advances to knockout stage with tactical approach】

Soccer fans were split over Japan’s strategy in the game against Poland on Thursday. Its head coach instructed players to pass the ball around towards the end and settle for a 1-0 defeat, knowing it was enough to advance to the knockout stage.

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