Reports: Japan defense chief to quit over document cover-up

TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s beleaguered defense minister, a protege of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, will step down in connection with an alleged cover-up of military documents from U.N. peacekeeping operations, media reports said Thursday. Defense Minister Tomomi …
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