Japan defense minister quits over peacekeepers’ cover-up

Japan’s defense minister resigned Friday, saying she accepted the responsibility for a cover-up in which her ministry concealed records of Japanese U.N. peacekeepers’ activities and dangers they faced in South Sudan. It was the latest blow to Prime …
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