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Dozens of Japan lawmakers visit controversial war shrine

Dozens of Japanese lawmakers visited a controversial war shrine on Tuesday, in an annual pilgrimage that has angered China and South Korea, who see it as a painful reminder of Tokyo's warring past. A group of 85 politicians arrived at the leafy Yasukuni shrine in downtown Tokyo during a four-day autumn festival. It was not immediately clear if any cabinet ministers were among the group.
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