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- Abe becomes longest-serving Japan prime minister, legacy in focusShinzo Abe became the longest-serving Japanese prime minister on Wednesday with a total of 2,887 days in office, breaking the previous record set by Taro Katsura over a century ago.
- 32% of S. Korea’s ultrafine dust comes from China: studyAround 32 percent of ultrafine dust in South Korea can be attributed to China, a piece of joint research by South Korea, China and Japan showed Wednesday, as fine dust pollution continues to be a regional environmental headache.
- E-cigarettes turn many young people into smokers: expertA number of international cohort studies have confirmed that e-cigarettes are the gateway to many teenagers and young adults developing smoking habits, said Xiao Lin, a researcher at the Tobacco Control Office at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CCDCP).
- EURO 2020 Qualifiers: Kazakh team lost to footballers of ScotlandThe national football team of Kazakhstan held a match of the qualifying round of the European Championship 2020 against the team of Scotland.
- Hungarian Stipendium Hungaricum programme is available for Kazakhstani studentsThe Government of Hungary has provided Kazakhstan with 250 grants for free higher education.
- Russian football team defeats San Marino 5:0 in UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiersRussia's national football team has defeated San Marino 5:0 in a guest match in the final stage of UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers.
- Shymkent doctor detained in illegal organ harvestingThe doctor is charged with participation in a transnational criminal group for the illegal removal and sale of human organs.