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outh Africa and Tajikistan within two weeks of their arrival in Japan will be turned away at the border.The ban will take effect from Wednesday, said Abe, adding that it will remain in place "for the time being."The addition brings the total number of countries and regions covered by the entry ban to 111, including China, South Korea, the United States and all of Europe.While Japanese citizens can

  outh Africa and Tajikistan within two weeks of their arrival in Japan will be turned away at the border.The ban will take effect from Wednesday, said Abe, adding that it will remain in place "for the time being."The addition brings the total number of countries and regions covered by the entry ban to 111, including China, South Korea, the United States and all of Europe.While Japanese citizens can  

    n would effectively deter the opposition camp and those who condone the violence that has wreaked havoc in Hong Kong.During a ceremony to promote the campaign on Sunday morning, one of the conveners, pro-establishment Hong Kong legislator Starry Lee Waiking, stressed that the National People's Congress' decision to introduce the national security legislation for the city was necessary to address l

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