The earthquake in Turkey has worsened the plight of Syrian refugees who already face rising hostility, YouTube has rolled out a revenue sharing scheme to lure new content creators away from rival TikTok, and dark horse candidate Kazuo Ueda has upset expectations for the next Bank of Japan governor.

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