Giant Olympic rings return as Tokyo bids to build excitement

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    A giant set of Olympic rings returned to Tokyo’s waterfront after maintenance, with officials hoping the symbol will help build enthusiasm for the COVID-19-postponed Games. Promising vaccine trials have boosted Tokyo’s hopes of holding the Olympics, now scheduled to open July 23, 2021 after the pandemic forced the unprecedented decision to delay.

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