Typhoon Hagibis

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BBC News › Sports › 7 hours ago
World Rugby says the Scottish Rugby Union has "expressed its regret" over conduct at the World Cup and will not contest a £70,000 fine.
CNN › 8 hours ago
Japan's new Emperor Naruhito will take part in a ritual feast with a sun goddess on Thursday night as part of a centuries-old ceremony to celebrate his ascension to the throne.
UPI › Politics › 3 days ago
New Japanese Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako greeted supporters Sunday afternoon in Tokyo during a 30-minute parade from the Imperial Palace to celebrate his enthronement.
Raw Story › 4 days ago
Tens of thousands of flag-waving spectators cheered Japan’s new Emperor Naruhito on Sunday during a rare open-top car imperial parade that was rescheduled after a deadly typhoon. Some in the crowd camped overnight to nab a prime stop by the palace...
The Guardian › 4 days ago
Crowds cheer Naruhito and his wife at event rescheduled after deadly typhoon
BBC News › 4 days ago
Tens of thousands gather in Tokyo to celebrate the enthronement of Emperor Naruhito.
Daily Mail Online › 4 days ago
Japanese Emperor Naruhito thanked tens of thousands of well-wishers who gathered outside the royal palace to congratulate his enthronement on Saturday evening.
The New York Times › Sports › 1 week ago
The Scottish Rugby Union (SRU) has been fined £70,000 and told to apologise for comments made during the Rugby World Cup in relation to the possible cancellation of their match against Japan in Yokohama due to Typhoon Hagibis.
BBC News › Sports › 1 week ago
Scottish Rugby is fined, reprimanded and ordered to apologise for Mark Dodson's criticism of World Rugby over a possible cancelation of their World Cup game with Japan.
The Guardian › Sports › 1 week ago
With the World Cup coming to an end, we re-visit some of the most memorable images, from Japan’s journey to the quarter-finals to Typhoon Hagibis to South Africa’s triumphant victory in the final
The New York Times › Sports › 1 week ago
World Rugby is looking to use the success of this year's world cup tournament in Japan as a springboard for developing nations to play more matches against the established elite.
The Guardian › Sports › 1 week ago
Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus cunningly rotated his front-row resources throughout the World Cup in a way Eddie Jones did not
Metro › Sports › 1 week ago
The egg chasers won’t crack under pressure.
The Sun › Sports › 1 week ago
ENGLAND take on South Africa in the Rugby World Cup final on Saturday and will be hoping luck is on their side. Although they beat New Zealand in the semi-finals, Eddie Jones’ men had two tries chalked off by the Television Match Official (TMO)...
Express › Sports › 1 week ago
Eddie Jones is 80 minutes away from greatness as England hope to add their second Rugby World Cup to the collection.
The New York Times › Sports › 1 week ago
England and South Africa square up to each other on Saturday to determine who will be crowned champion at Japan's first Rugby World Cup.
The Sun › Sports › 1 week ago
ENGLAND host South Africa in the Rugby World Cup final on Saturday and will be hoping luck is on their side. Although they still beat New Zealand in the semi-finals, Eddie Jones’ men had two tries chalked off by television match official – so who...
Forbes › 1 week ago
As the 2019 Rugby World Cup reaches its thrilling conclusion, it’s safe to say this year’s tournament has thrown up endless moments of brilliance – and plenty of talking points.
Reuters › Finance › 1 week ago
Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Friday he saw no need now to compile stimulus measures to prop up the economy, brushing aside a media report that the government was considering such a plan.
Evening Standard › Sports › 2 weeks ago
Wales coach Warren Gatland agrees with New Zealand counterpart Steve Hansen that England had the "perfect response" to the haka.
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