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News24.com | Japan PM's hospital trip sparks health speculation

News24 Monday, 17 August 2020
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, whose first term in office ended in part for health reasons, sparked fresh speculation about his well-being with an unexpected, hours-long hospital visit.
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