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05 October 2022

Japan

‘A Soldier's Play' playwright Charles Fuller dies at 83 (10)
"I'd just like to be considered a playwright fortunate enough to have written a ‘hit,' and who wants to keep on writing plays that break through the wall,″ he told The New York Times in 1982. 05th October 2022 01:06 AM Playwright Charles Fuller appears at a news conference on April 14, 1982, in PhiladelphiA.
South Korea condemns North's missile launch over Japan (49)
President Yoon warns Pyongyang of stronger sanctions, other consequences https://www.yenisafak.com/en/world/south-korea-condemns-norths-missile- launch-over-japan-3653119 South Korea on Tuesday strongly condemned North Korea for firing a ballistic missile and warned Pyongyang of stronger sanctions and other consequences, local media reported. In a statement after a National Security Council (NSC) meeting chaired by
US vows to supply green-fuel-laggard Japan with bioethanol (9)
The Associated Press October 4, 2022, 10:15 PM TOKYO (AP) - U.S. officials are touting bioethanol in Japan, which trails other nations on using the green fuel made from corn and other crops. The U.S.
WATCH: Tottenham coach Antonio Conte rues ineffective strike force (10)
By AFP 2m ago Frankfurt - Tottenham coach Antonio Conte lamented his side's lack of firepower up front after Spurs played out a goalless Champions League draw away at Frankfurt on Tuesday. Tottenham's strike duo of Harry Kane and Son Hueng-min, who scored a combined 40 goals in the 2021-22 Premier League season, failed to take advantage of several clear chances and were frequently lambasted by the hostile home crowd.
Spotlight on synthetic tissues and mRNA for chemistry Nobel (7)
05/10/2022 - 05:30 Stockholm (AFP) - The development of mRNA vaccines, "bioorthogonal chemistry" or even artificial skin are some of the discoveries tipped for the Nobel Chemistry Prize announced Wednesday, which experts see as a toss- up. The winner - or winners - of the prestigious award will be unveiled at 11:45 am (0945 GMT) "at the earliest" by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm.
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