2 Japan Cabinet Ministers Visit Yasukuni Shrine (19)

ABC news.com 2014.08.15 05:25
At least two Japanese Cabinet ministers have paid respects at a Tokyo shrine that honors the war dead including convicted criminals, but the prime minister is expected to stay away. Keiji Furuya, Chairman of the National Public Safety Commission, and Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Yoshitaka Shindo visited Yasukuni Shrine Friday. The enshrinement of Class-A war criminals there, such as Hideki Tojo, makes
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