Shinji Kagawa is still considering his next step after parting ways with Real Zaragoza, the former Japan midfielder said Saturday. In an online press conference, Kagawa said he had hoped to stay with the Spanish second-division club, who a day earlier announced a “mutual agreement” to terminate the remainder of the 31-year-old’s contract. “To be 

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Summer is usually festival season, but with most major events and fireworks unfortunately canceled this year, we need something to enjoy at home instead. “On: Tech” takes a look at several food-themed ways to make your #stayhome summer more fun. Custom courses Last year, “On: Tech” introduced Takara Tomy Arts Co.’s popular Big Stream Somen 

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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was a star at the closing ceremony of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, parading before a sellout crowd at Maracana Stadium as Nintendo video game character Mario. Abe’s humorous invitation to the next Olympics in Tokyo was a big hit among Brazilian fans, and to a worldwide television audience. It 

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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s greatest achievements will be the records he set for his time in office: He’s the country’s longest-serving prime minister, a mark he hit last November, and, as of last weekend, has spent the longest consecutive time in office. Impressive though those accomplishments are, Abe will likely be haunted by the goals 

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HONG KONG — The images shocked Hong Kong and put the city’s authorities under a global spotlight. In shaky smartphone videos, a group of unidentified men wearing white T-shirts and wielding sticks and clubs set upon an unarmed group of residents at a subway station, some of them returning from a pro-democracy protest. The police 

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