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Japan's Parliament Approves Security Bills Amid Angry Protests

David McNeill reports on upper house panel approval in the Irish Times

Japan has moved a step closer to allowing its troops to fight abroad for the first time in 70 years after a chaotic parliamentary vote on controverial security bills. Live television showed politicians scuffling inside the Diet before an upper house committee approved the bills on Thursday. Read the article

 

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