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the Occasion of Their Majesties' 50th Wedding Anniversary

Responses by Their Majesties The Emperor and Empress of Japan on the Occasion of Their Majesties' 50th Wedding Anniversary.
Date:April 8, 2009
Imperial Palace, Tokyo

New Tokyo International Airport failed in the cargo plane FedEx landing, and dissolved into chaos.

One "Narita A glide slope" of two glide slopes in New Tokyo International Airport was closed from the failure of the cargo plane of FedEx on March 23, 2009 in landing, and blazing up.

The university student brought the grenade in inside the plane.

The event from which the safety of Airlines in Japan was asked occurred.

The Okinawa prefectural police Yaeyama station put the metal by which the college man in Yokohama City in the sightseeing trip picked up the grenade and knowing in the rucksack, entrusted as luggage by 613 flights of Japan Trans Ocean Air (JTA) (passenger and 66 crew) for the stone wall where the Naha airport had been left at 2:10PM, March 21st, 2009, and received it in Ishigaki airport.

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The first of November, the first day after Hallowe'en, is also known as Sam

The first of November, the first day after Hallowe'en, is also known as Samhain in pagan culture, and traditionally marks the end of the harvest and the start of winter.

Mischief Night, also known as Goosey Night, Miggy Night or Mizzie Night in Yorks

Mischief Night, also known as Goosey Night, Miggy Night or Mizzie Night in Yorkshire and other parts of the UK, where it has become customary for teenagers to perform minor acts of mischief or vandalism.

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