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The Japanese invented the first flying motorcycle 😱

The Xturismo looks quite futuristic and can accelerate to 100 km/h.

ALI Technologies has already begun accepting reservations for the XTURISMO Limited Edition, which will be available on October 26. The business will only produce 200 of these flying motorcycles. However, such transport is not a cheap pleasure: it costs 77.7 million yen (about $ 680 thousand), including taxes and insurance payments.

The weight of the Xturismo flying bike is about 300 kgs and has a cruising time of 30 to 40 minutes, according to the company. It is powered by an internal combustion engine that runs on gasoline, but the business hopes to have a completely electric version of this flying bike by 2025.

The hoverbike was showcased during a demonstration at a racing track in Fuji.

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Infections in the city increased to 1429 on Monday compared to the week before.

The number of infections usually decreases after weekends and holidays, when the number of tests is reduced, so experts and politicians are closely monitoring Tuesday's figures, which should be published in the afternoon to get a clearer picture of the situation.

Hospitals have begun accepting more patients, and Tokyo plans to increase the number of beds to 6,406 from the current 5,967 beds by early next month.

Health experts have warned that seasonal factors, increased mobility and the spread of strains will increase the number of COVID-19 cases this summer.

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The main reason for the refusal was people's concern about COVID-19. The number of volunteers has dropped to 70,000, but this should not greatly affect the Olympics.

The first thousand volunteers refused to participate in late February. According to the agency, this was provoked by sexist statements of the former president of the organizing committee Yoshiro Mori.

The Olympic Games in Tokyo will be held from July 23 to August 8. Initially, they were supposed to take place last year, but due to the coronavirus, the competition was postponed.

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A woman went missing during the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

At first he searched on land, then he learned to be a diver and now dives after his beloved every week.

In the last SMS Yuko wrote: "How are you? I want to go home."

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