Japan’s emperor draws record birthday crowd as he prepares to abdicate

TOKYO (Reuters) – A record crowd paid their respects to Japan’s 84-year-old Emperor Akihito at Tokyo’s Imperial Palace on Saturday, in his first birthday celebration since the date of his abdication was set. The emperor’s birthday is traditionally marked …
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