Re-elected Japanese PM vows hard line on North Korea

Japan’s leader pledges to tackle what he calls Japan’s two national crises: the military threat from North Korea, and an aging and declining population. Shinzo Abe, re-elected as prime minister, said at a news conference that he is committed to protect the …
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