Japanese recount memories of ‘noble’ Liu

Those in Japan who knew Chinese Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo expressed shock Friday at news of his death, saying he was a noble man who dedicated his life to pursuing liberal democratic reform. “I wanted him to live a little longer — at least until …
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