Japan's PM sends offering to war shrine

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has sent an offering to a controversial shrine to Japan’s war dead, a move likely to spark protest, Kyodo news agency reports. The offering at the Yasukuni Shrine spring festival came as Japan seeks greater co-operation …
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