Japan’s Akie Abe ‘First Lady’ role now puts her in scandal’s spotlight

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s first lady, Akie Abe, once known mainly for embracing progressive causes that put her at odds with her conservative spouse, is now in the hot seat as doubts revive about a murky land sale to a nationalist school to which she had …
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