Japanese leader’s rule seen shaken by Tokyo election loss

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling party is scrambling to control damage from an embarrassing defeat in Tokyo’s city assembly elections, but experts say the stunning results could mean the beginning of the end to Abe’s long reign. Abe’s scandal …
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