Japan to set emperor’s abdication date next week

TOKYO — Japan is expected to schedule Emperor Akihito’s abdication for April 30, 2019, when the cabinet meets next week, aiming to give citizens time to reflect on the reign change without a divisive political event. The Imperial House Council …
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