- People in Japan are taking a moment to pause and remember the victims of a catastrophic event. Seventy-five years ago, an American warplane dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. While following safety measures in place for the coronavirus, people haven’t been prevented from reflecting on the tragedy and praying for world peace.
- The governor of Japan’s central bank has warned that a second wave of the coronavirus outbreak could suppress economic activities again, as the number of infections keeps rising in the county.
- The foreign chiefs of Japan and Britain have agreed to work together to respond to the coronavirus and the situation in Hong Kong.
August 6, Thursday, 2020 (1:30 p.m.) Newsline read by Ms. Yamamoto Miki