New rules give Japan's Abe chance to lead until 2021

Japan’s ruling party on Sunday extended term limits for its leaders, a change that gives Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a shot at becoming Japan’s longest-serving post-war leader. Abe would have had to step down as party leader and prime minister in September …
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