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In late April, 2009, put an ad calling for U.S. support to resolve the North Korean abduction issue.

Journalist Hitoshi Takayo, Arita Yoshio make them "public statement of seven people," the U.S. newspaper The New York Times in late April, 2009, an advertisement calling for U.S. support to resolve abduction issue put on.

Illegal and harmful Internet information reported 135,126 in Japan.

According to police, the commission received from the police, private organizations that accept reports of illegal and harmful information on the Internet "Internet Hotline Center" in 2008 with an annual 135,126 cases are reported received, the year 2007 there were 50,162 cases, 59.0% increase was reported.

Library of Congress, from 1940 to 1960 published a special collection of American abstract expressionism print age.

Library of Congress Acquires Charles Randall Dean Collection of American Abstract Prints.
The Library of Congress has acquired an exceptional collection of American Abstract Expressionist prints from the 1940s to 1960s, now available through the Libraryユs Prints and Photographs Division.

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International Women's Day.

It is a celebration of the political, economic and social achievements of women around the world. This day is used for men to express their love and gratitude to the women around them. It is similar to St Valentine's Day but with a much more serious theme to highlight the struggles of women worldwide.

St Kessog's Day in Scotland

St Kessog was the patron saint of Scotland before St Andrew. An Irishman, Kessog came to preach the word of God in Scotland but was killed on this day in 560 in southern Perthshire. The Scots once used his name as a battle cry. For more heritage news click

Saint Patrick's Day

A traditional celebration of Ireland's patron saint.