Japan enters uncharted waters as emperor's abdication pondered

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan is moving to adopt a law allowing its octogenarian Emperor Akihito to abdicate but many touchy topics, such as his title and duties, remain to be settled before the monarch can retire in a step unprecedented for two centuries.
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