Japan's defence minister visits Yasukuni shrine after Pearl Harbor

Japan’s Kyodo News service reported that Abe, who was golfing outside Tokyo, refused comment when asked about Inada’s visit. The defence minister doffed her shoes on her way into the shrine, and afterward told waiting journalists, “Regardless of …
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