Abe pays 2nd visit to Yasukuni after resigning as prime minister
Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who stepped down in September, visited Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo on Oct. 19, his second visit to the war-related shrine in a month. Abe’s visit came a day after the autumn festival ended at Yasukuni, which honors Class A war criminals along with...
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