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Former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe visits controversial shrine for war dead

Deutsche Welle Saturday, 19 September 2020
Former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe visits controversial shrine for war deadDays after stepping down and being replaced by Yoshihide Suga, Abe visited the controversial shrine honoring the war dead. Abe said he "reported to the spirit" about his retirement.
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