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Japan’s public warned to be wary of scams involving COVID-19 pandemic
The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department (TMPD) is advising the public to be on the alert against suspicious phone calls from scam artists taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
UK’s public libraries record another year of cuts, with yet more on the way
The struggles of the UK’s public library service continue apace, with total funding for libraries in Britain down by nearly £20m in the year to March, immediately before the lockdown that saw libraries handling a rapid increase in demand for their services, which were eventually deemed essential by the government.
More Tokyo 2020 venues to reopen to public
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced the reopening dates for two more Tokyo 2020 venues, with sports federations and the public able to access tennis and table tennis facilities in the coming months.
Historic sculpture put up for public sale in UK to be returned to Iraq
An ancient sculpture is to be returned to Iraq after it was secretly smuggled out of the country and offered for sale in the UK — only to be seized by the Metropolitan police.
Coronavirus antibodies tests 'put public at risk' in UK
Poor regulation of antibodies tests — that could indicate if someone has had coronavirus — could be putting the public at risk, UK doctors have warned.
Public have the wrong idea of footballers, says FIFPro
The perception that footballers do not live up to their social responsibilities has been debunked by their “incredible initiatives” during the COVID-19 pandemic, the global players’ union FIFPro said in a report published Thursday.
Ireland has lowest level of public treatment for obesity in EU
The Health Service Executive of Ireland is paying out “much more” to deal with complications from obesity because it doesn’t fully recognize the condition as a treatable disease in the first place, doctors and nutritionists have said.
Public health warning over ‘significant increase’ in measles cases at schools in central and west London
Measles outbreaks at three London schools have seen head teachers across the north and west of the capital put on high alert by health authorities.
US House calls on Russia probe to be made public
The US House of Representatives has overwhelmingly approved a resolution calling for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's upcoming report on his investigation into Russia's alleged role in the 2016 US presidential election to be released to Congress and the public.
Few foreign residents aware of public nursing care plan; more expected to tap it as Japan grays
The number of foreign people living and retiring in Japan is expected to increase following the overhaul of the nation’s immigration control law in April, which will introduce new types of working visas.
Ancient site linked to Caesar’s murder to open to public
A complex of ancient temples in Rome that are linked to the scene of Julius Caesar’s murder will be opened to the public.
Public health crisis feared as Indonesia Tsunami survivors cram shelters
Desperately-needed aid flowed into a stretch of Indonesia's tsunami-struck coastline Tuesday, but humanitarian workers warned that clean water and medicine supplies were dwindling as thousands crammed makeshift evacuation centers.
Public appeal after rare inmate escape China
In China, prison escapes are few and far between. So the case of two men escaping from a Liaoning prison has turned into a nationwide hunt.

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