Mainichi Shimbun


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Mainichi Shimbun

 

(Daily Newspaper), one of the largest Japanese bourgeois newspapers, published by the Mainichi Shimbun concern in Tokyo (since 1872), Osaka (since 1882), Kitakyushu (since 1935), Nagoya (since 1935), and Sapporo (since 1959). Circulation of the morning and evening editions in 1974 was more than 7.6 million copies.

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The Mainichi Shimbun said the Kan Cabinet's support rate came to 66 percent, up from 20 percent for the Hatoyama Cabinet shortly before the former prime minister's resignation.
The Mainichi Shimbun, another major daily, said its survey conducted from Friday to Sunday found the DPJ is likely to secure 54 seats in the election, the figure cited by Kan as a target and the same number the party held before official campaigning began June 24.
The president of Mainichi Shimbun, a major Japanese newspaper, apologized in person to Jordanian King Abdullah II on Thursday over last week's fatal explosion at Amman airport of a cluster bomblet in a Mainichi photographer's luggage.
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Since 1987 the International Herald Tribune has operated a joint venture company with the Mainichi Shimbun called Tribune Japan Mainichi (TJM) that handled printing, distribution and marketing of the IHT, but with no editorial collaboration.
The Mainichi Shimbun said 78 percent of those polled prior to the Sept.
On Sunday, the Mainichi Shimbun reported that banks, including UFJ Bank and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp.
The bereaved family of an Amman airport security guard killed in last week's explosion of a cluster bomblet in the luggage of a photojournalist for Japan's Mainichi Shimbun newspaper said Wednesday they would like to give their consent for him to be released on bail.
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Hiroki Gomi, 36, a photojournalist with the Japanese newspaper, the Mainichi Shimbun, is likely to be charged with illegal possession of explosives, intentional homicide, and damage to property, Muhanad Hijazi, a state security court prosecutor, told Kyodo News.
Public support for Prime Minister Naoto Kan's Cabinet plunged to 26 percent in a weekend poll from 49 percent in the previous survey in October, hitting the lowest level since he took office in June, the Mainichi Shimbun newspaper reported Monday.