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Japan’s Suga pledges not to wage war again as ministers visit controversial shrine

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By Kiyoshi Takenaka TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga pledged on Sunday that Japan would not wage war again, making the vow on the anniversary of the end of World War Two as members of his cabinet visited a controversial shrine. Nearly eight decades since the end of the war, the conflict remains a source of tension between Japan and its neighbours, particularly China and North and South Korea. “Since the end of the war, Japan has consistently walked the path of a country that values peace,” Suga said in a speech at a memorial ceremony in Tokyo. “We must never again repea…

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