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Tokio may refer to:
  • Tokyo , the capital of Japan, used primarily in non-English-speaking countries


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Tokyo 2020: Paul Casey, Jodi Ewart Shadoff, Tommy Fleetwood and Mel Reid in Team GB squad

Paul Casey, Jodi Ewart Shadoff, Tommy Fleetwood and Mel Reid will make their Olympic debuts in Tokyo after being named in the Team GB squad.
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Tokyo 2020: 'Nursing children' can accompany Olympic athletes at Games

Olympians have questioned Games organisers after they said "nursing children" were able to accompany athletes to Tokyo "when necessary".
BBC Sport - Published

Tokyo Olympics: Great Britain's athletics medal hopes & long shots

Who are Great Britain's big hopes and long shots to get on the podium in Tokyo? London 2012 Olympian and former world silver medallist Hannah England gives her view...
BBC Sport - Published

Leon Reid: Sprinter set to be nominated for Tokyo but also needs spot to be ratified by Irish Olympic bosses

Irish Olympic bosses now must decide whether to ratify Leon Reid's nomination for Tokyo after he is among Athletics Ireland's nominees.
BBC Sport - Published

Olympic champion Mo Farah not planning to retire after missing out on Tokyo

Great Britain's four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah says he's 'not finished yet' after failing to qualify for the Tokyo Games.
BBC Sport - Published

Twin panda cubs born at Tokyo zoo for first time in four years

twin panda cubs born at tokyo zoo for first time in four years
A giant panda has given birth to twin cubs at Ueno Zoo in Tokyo, the first born there for four years.
Sky News - Published

Wayde van Niekerk & Sha'Carri Richardson qualify for Olympics, Caster Semenya misses out

Wayde van Niekerk qualifies to defend his men's Olympic 400m title in Tokyo but compatriot Caster Semenya again fails in a bid to secure a place in the women's 5,000m.
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Sydney McLaughlin on chasing Dalilah Muhammad, Edwin Moses and perfection in Tokyo

Sydney McLaughlin is the future of athletics. That's what they say. And the numbers agree.
BBC Sport - Published

Tokyo 2020: Team GB athletes face quarantine in hotels

Team GB athletes are told they face strict quarantine for six days on arrival in Tokyo, producing uncertainty around their Olympic preparations.
BBC Sport - Published

Tokyo 2020: Alex Yee selected for Olympic triathlon, Alistair Brownlee misses out

Alex Yee is selected to represent Britain at this summer's Olympic triathlon - meaning Alistair Brownlee will not defend his title in Tokyo.
BBC Sport - Published

Carlos Ghosn escape: Special forces veteran and son admit role in Japan flight

A US special forces veteran and his son have admitted illegally helping ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn flee Japan ahead of his trial on financial misconduct charges, according to a Tokyo-based news..
Sky News - Published

Mo Farah, 38, misses Tokyo qualification

Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah's hopes of representing Great Britain in Tokyo seem to be over after he fell well short of the qualifying mark in European 10,000m Cup in Birmingham.
BBC Sport - Published

Lauren Steadman earns Para-triathlon victory in Leeds

Great Britain's Lauren Steadman puts down a marker for Tokyo with victory over Paralympic triathlon champion Grace Norman in Leeds.
BBC Sport - Published

Tokyo Olympics: Hurdling sisters Tiffany Porter and Cindy Sember chasing the ultimate comeback prize

Sisters Tiffany Porter and Cindy Sember talk about recovering from serious injury, motherhood, helping the community and competing for gold in Tokyo.
BBC Sport - Published

Diamond League: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce surges to 100m win in Doha

Jamaica's two-time Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce underlines her credentials for the 100m crown in Tokyo with an impressive win in Doha.
BBC Sport - Published

Japan extends COVID state of emergency with just weeks until Olympics

japan extends covid state of emergency with just weeks until olympics
Japan has extended a state of emergency in Tokyo and other areas, as the COVID-19 pandemic shows no signs of easing less than two months before the Olympics begin.
Sky News - Published

GB Para-swimmers can build on European Championships successes - Furber

British Para-Swimming head Chris Furber believes the team can build on their European experience before Tokyo.
BBC Sport - Published

Tokyo Olympics: Max Whitlock to lead GB men's gymnastics team

Double Olympic champion Max Whitlock will lead Great Britain's four-man artistic gymnastics team at this summer's Games in Tokyo.
BBC Sport - Published

Jack Laugher needs to overcome 'panic and pressure' if he is to retain Olympic titles in Tokyo

Olympic champion Jack Laugher says he needs to overcome “panic and pressure” if he is to retain his Olympic titles in Tokyo.
BBC Sport - Published

Tokyo 2020: Naomi Osaka 'not sure' Olympics should happen amid rise in Covid-19 cases

Naomi Osaka says she is "not really sure" the Olympics should go ahead this summer amid rising Covid-19 cases in Tokyo.
BBC Sport - Published

Tokyo selection 'out of this world' for Wales swimmers

Tokyo selection "out of this world" as a record six Welsh swimmers are named in Team GB for this summer's postponed Olympic Games.
BBC Sport - Published

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: How ready are Japan and Team GB?

With 100 days until the Olympic opening ceremony, how prepared are Tokyo and Team GB for the rescheduled Games?
BBC Sport - Published

Olympics Skateboarding: Tokyo hopeful Martin wins GB Champs

Watch the winning run from Bombette Martin at the British National Skateboard Championships to boost her chances of qualification for Tokyo 2020.
BBC Sport - Published

Charlotte Purdue: British marathon runner feels 'thrown under a bus' over Tokyo non-selection

Marathon runner Charlotte Purdue says she feels "thrown under a bus" by UK Athletics over her omission from Great Britain's Tokyo Olympics squad.
BBC Sport - Published

Tokyo Diving World Cup cancelled because of poor Covid-19 precautions

The Diving World Cup in Tokyo is cancelled by Fina because the organiser's planned Covid-19 precautions "will not properly ensure" athletes' safety.
BBC Sport - Published

Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: IPC to allow classification for 10 sports to take place before Games

The International Paralympic Committee will allow 10 sports to undertake classification in Tokyo prior to the rearranged Paralympics.
BBC Sport - Published

American father and son charged in Tokyo over Carlos Ghosn escape

american father and son charged in tokyo over carlos ghosn escape
A US special forces veteran and his son have been formally charged with illegally helping former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn flee Japan.
Sky News - Published

Japan looks at India for skilled workers as new Delhi-Tokyo sign pact

The memorandum allows information sharing in order to protect Indians coming to Japan as SSW and facilitate a smooth implementation of the SSW system.
DNA - Published

India, Japan finalise cybersecurity agreement on 5G, AI cooperation

Earlier on Wednesday in Tokyo, External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar met Japanese FM Motegi Toshimitsu for the 13th India-Japan Foreign Ministers' Strategic Dialogue.
DNA - Published

EAM Jaishankar holds talks with Australian counterpart Marise Payne in Tokyo


IndiaTimes - Published

Jaishankar, Japanese counterpart hold bilateral meeting in Tokyo

Jaishankar and Motegi also met on Tuesday during Quad foreign ministerial meet (India, United States, Australia and Japan) here.
IndiaTimes - Published

India, US will work for Indian Pacific 'stability, prosperity': Jaishankar meets Pompeo

External affairs minister S Jaishankar on Tuesday held talks with US secretary of state Mike Pompeo in Tokyo, focusing on various aspects of bilateral ties and ways to ensure stability in the..
IndiaTimes - Published

QUAD: External Affairs Minister Jaishankar, US Secy of State Mike Pompeo meet in Tokyo

This is also the first meeting between Jaishankar and Pompeo amid the India-China tensions since May. Both the countries have seen increased convergences on several issues, from security to..
DNA - Published

Jaishankar to meet Pompeo in Tokyo

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will meet external affairs minister S Jaishankar in Tokyo on Tuesday, the State Department said. While Pompeo and Jaishankar talk over the phone at frequent intervals,..
IndiaTimes - Published

Quad: Pompeo to meet Jaishankar in Tokyo


IndiaTimes - Published

In backdrop of India-China border standoff, Quad to meet in Tokyo on October 6


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Japan backs India on LAC situation, opposes any change in status quo by China

Japan on Friday expressed hope for a peaceful resolution of the ongoing standoff between Indian and Chinese troops and asserted that it opposed any attempts to change the status quo on the Line of..
IndiaTimes - Published

U.S. in talks with Japan after Aegis Ashore missile defense system suspension: official

The United States is in talks with Japan about its concerns with U.S.-made Aegis Ashore air defense radar stations, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday, after Tokyo suspended plans to deploy two of..
Reuters - Published

Tokyo prosecutors: ex-justice minister, wife gave 1.7 million yen to buy votes

Tokyo prosecutors said in a statement on Thursday that ex-Justice Minister Katsuyuki Kawai and his wife, upper house lawmaker Anri, gave a total of 1.7 million yen to five people last year to help get..
Reuters - Published

European lawmakers chide Japan over 'abduction' of children by a parent

European lawmakers lobbied by fathers who cannot see children taken by Japanese mothers urged Tokyo on Tuesday to combat the "abduction" of minors by one parent and change a law that does not recognise..
Reuters - Published

China says it expressed grave concerns to Japan over Abe's HK remarks

China said on Wednesday it expressed grave concerns to Japan after Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Tokyo wants to take the lead among the Group of Seven nations to issue a statement about the..
Reuters - Published

Protests worldwide embrace 'Black Lives Matter' movement

Thousands took to the streets across Europe and Australia on Saturday, as did hundreds in Tokyo and Seoul, in support of days of U.S. protests against police brutality.
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Silent but cheerful, mannequins enforce social distancing at Tokyo bar

They may not be helping out with chants but complete with cheerleader uniforms and pom-poms, mannequins at one Tokyo bar are helping keep customers a safe - and cheerful - distance apart.
Reuters - Published

Japan's Dentsu evacuates Tokyo HQ after bomb threat

Japan's largest advertising agency, Dentsu Group Corp, has evacuated its Tokyo headquarters after getting a bomb threat, an internal company email reviewed by Reuters showed on Friday.
Reuters - Published

City of Tokyo issues stay-home alert after jump in new virus infections

The Tokyo government on Tuesday warned citizens to stay at home unless they had urgent business and to practise social distancing after recording 34 new coronavirus infections, the highest since early..
Reuters - Published

Calm before the storm for Japan suicides as coronavirus ravages economy

The phones at the Tokyo suicide hotline start ringing as soon as it opens for its once-weekly overnight session. They don't stop until the lone volunteer fielding calls from hundreds of people yearning..
Reuters - Published


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