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whirrlpool Nov 23
's scandalsfollow him - here, the cherry blossoms viewing scandal
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Free Malaysia Today Nov 23
Tokyo prosecutors questioned witnesses on a voluntary basis as part of their investigation.
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Free Malaysia Today Nov 25
His predecessor Shinzo Abe is under fire for covering part of the costs of parties for supporters.
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GIS Reports Online Nov 28
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GIS Reports Online Nov 26
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TheFinancialDistrict Nov 26
The office of former Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe () is suspected of covering a shortfall of about 8 million yen ($77,000) spent on dinner functions held for supporters during his time as leader.
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Yusuke Suzumura/鈴村裕輔 16h
Today's article in my weblog "Four Possible Futures for Ex-Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (I)" (in Japanese with English summary).
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兵頭海彦 Umihiko Hyodo Nov 26
Former Prime Minister was lightly thinking about coronavirus infection. The LDP administration's measures against are ad hoc. Therefore, the government's policy has been sloppy measures since the beginning of the spread of the coronavirus infection.(1/4)➡️
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SNA Japan Nov 23
Japan finally sets climate change goals, Abe facing possible legal charges for one of his scandals, UN committee calls Carlos Ghosn arrest arbitrary... It may be November, but are we witnessing the first green shoots of the post-Shinzo Abe political spring? (MP)
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BIZBRIDGE Nov 24
Abe's aides to be questioned over 2018's scandal.
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GIS Reports Online Nov 25
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Schpiel Tweets Nov 29
From the archives: Shinzo Abe, Japan’s Longest-Serving Prime Minister, Announces His
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大島 Nov 24
November 24 article in . Former Prime Minister is increasingly suspected of violating the law and offering financial favors to voters on the eve of a government-sponsored party.💵💵😍
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SNA Japan Nov 23
There may be real reason to think Shinzo Abe may be in legal trouble. It seems that a hotel prepared a receipt showing that Abe had paid a part of the cost for the social gathering of his supporters, potentially violating political funding laws. (MP)
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SNA Japan Nov 24
Prosecutor appear to be leaking the specific figure that Shinzo Abe's office illegally subsidized the Cherry Blossom event dinners to the tune of approximately ¥8 million (US$78,000). Abe is now also suspected of lying directly about the matter in Diet debate. (MP)
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blues Nov 23
, whose grandfather and was known for his brutal rule of the state in Northeast China in the 1930s, Kishi was nicknamed the “ of Manchuria”
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Revue2presse Nov 24
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Seoul Village 20h
Replying to @TarrantJack
Nah, just 's handcuffs.
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Revue2presse Nov 24
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Vikas Sharma Nov 29
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