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After about 150,000 foreign students have been kept from studying in Japan, they will likely be allowed to finally enter the country by the end of May. A Japanese government spokesman said yesterday that in March, a new priority entry program will start before the new school year. The spokesman said it’s unclear how many of the 150,000 students who have been prevented from studying in the country still want to study there. But the new program will allow 7,000 students a day to fly to Japan on weekday flights. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said he plans to lessen restrictions […]

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