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Japanese civil groups held rallies during the event to protest against the government's attempt of expanding the country's arms export.
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Dozens of people from Japan's civil groups held demonstrations everyday near the exhibition site with banners that read "Stop Arms Export" and "Stop Manufacturing War Tools".
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BERLIN， Dec. 21 (Xinhua) -- Monchengladbach and head coach Andre Schubert mutually agreed to part ways with immediate effect， the "Foals" confirmed in an official statement on Wednesday.
After Tuesday's 1-0 defeat to Wolfsburg and the eighth loss of the season in the Bundesliga， Monchengladbach and Schubert agreed to put an end to their cooperation. The club will inform the general public about Schubert's successor in due course.
"With a view to the upcoming tasks in the second half of the season， we opted for a new start with a new coach. Together with Andre we came to the conclusion that it is better for both parties to end our collaboration with immediate effect，" Monchengladbach sporting director Max Eberl said.
Schubert joined the "Foals" in September 2015 to succeed Lucien Favre， who was sacked after five consecutive defeats into the season.
With Schubert in charge， Monchengladbach were able to secure a UEFA Champions League berth. However， a run of poor performances in the last time sealed the end.
"After consensual talks， we have come to the conclusion that a new impetus could be the right measure to bring the club back on track，" the 45-year-old coach said. "I want to thank the club for a great time with great people，" Schubert added.
Monchengladbach stay on the 14th place of the Bundesliga standings. The "Foals" have only reaped four wins and four draws but suffered eight defeats in overall 16 games.
By Matthew Rusling
WASHINGTON， Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- Before President-elect Donald Trump has even taken office， there are glaring questions over what role the billionaire's children will play in the new administration. That is because recent moves have sparked worries that Trump's kids will overstep the legal boundaries that ban nepotism in the White House.
The New York real estate mogul shocked the world last month when he clinched the election after the overwhelming majority of pundits， polls and analysts predicted that rival Hillary Clinton would win.
But already， Trump is spurring worries of nepotism. Last week， the nation's top tech executives met with Trump to discuss how they might work together with government to boost the U.S. economy. Participating in the meeting were Trump's children， Donald Jr.， Ivanka， and Eric， as well as Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner. Kushner has already raised eyebrows for allegedly speaking to a lawyer about how he could circumvent anti-nepotism laws and play a role in the new administration.
A 1967 federal anti-nepotism law， which was implemented after former President John Kennedy gave his brother， Robert Kennedy， the position of attorney general， states that no official can hire a member of his or her family.
"It is a serious problem. The issue is that they are deeply involved in the family business and so meetings like this blur the line between Trump's interest and the national interest，" Julian Zelizer， professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University， told Xinhua. He was referring to Trump's children and how they plan to run the Trump business empire while their father is president.
"This is why there are many calls for him to create a firewall with the Trump industry，" Zelizer said.
"It is cle.