Coast Guard and Japanese Army conduct joint training at sea

US Coast Guard Kimball and Japanese ship Kashima were able to conduct joint training near Dutch Harbor last week. This is not the first time that the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Forces training vessel has visited Alaska, said Lt. Ben Hinchman, head of Coast Guard District 17 major cutting vessels. “They …

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Can You Ethically Appreciate Real Crime?

Real crime blurs the lines. Is the podcast you are binging or the murder show do you look empathetic or exploitative? Are you informed or desensitized? Who does it help and who does it hurt? Is it entertainment? The most recent real crime case to captivate the internet is the …

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Japan will see food and tobacco prices rise from October 1.

Japan will see price increases for some food and tobacco products as well as services from October, in part due to a surge in global commodity prices, dealing a further blow to households affected by the fallout. the coronavirus pandemic. Starting Friday, dairy producers Meiji Co. and Megmilk Snow Brand …

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How to eat out has changed since Covid-19

For 20-year-old Deevna Karki, going out to eat has always been one of her favorite things to do, and food and ambiance were the two most important factors when choosing which restaurants to visit. But since the pandemic hit the country last year, Karki shares that his priorities in selecting …

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