Japanese Cabinet Ministers Visit Contentious War Shrine
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Japanese Cabinet Ministers Visit Contentious War Shrine

Tōkyō : Japan | Apr 21, 2013 at 3:53 PM PDT
Source: Newyork Times
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Members of the cabinet of Japan 's conservative prime minister visited a war shrine in Tokyo over the weekend, local news reports said Sunday, symbolic gestures that could anger South Korea and China at a time when Japan's relations with both nations have been rocky. FULL ARTICLE AT Newyork Times
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Visits to the shrine by government ministers and high-profile figures spark outrage in China and on the Korean peninsula
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