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Japan's ex-justice minister arrested in vote-buying case

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Japan's ex-justice minister arrested in vote-buying caseTOKYO (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's former justice minister and the minister's lawmaker wife were arrested Thursday over allegations they engaged in vote buying during last year's election, officials and local media said. The Tokyo Public Prosecutors...
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