Japan’s leader pledges stability as election campaign begins

TOKYO — Hundreds of candidates took to the streets Tuesday as the official 12-day campaigning period for Japan’s Oct. 22 lower house election kicked off, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling party facing challenges from regrouped opposition forces.
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