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Saturday, January 1, 2011
Japan's population logs biggest fall since WWII
Japan's population shrank by a record margin in 2010 as the nation rapidly ages. -AFP
AsiaOne 8:36:00 AM CET
National › Record 1.19 million Japanese died in the country in 2010
japantoday 5:17:00 AM CET
Japan population falls by record in 2010
NEWScomAU 10:21:00 AM CET
Picture of the Day › Happy New Year
japantoday 12:09:00 AM CET
National › Snow disrupts traffic over wide areas of Japan
This cluster belong to the following story: Russia marks 65th anniversary of WWII victory
Keywords: Russia, United states, xx / Itar-Tass, Dmitry Medvedev / russian, moscow, putin, president
Start date: Tuesday, March 30, 2010
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