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Anti-U.S. base mayor seeks re-election in Okinawa's Nago city

TOKYO (Reuters) - A mayor opposed to a U.S. Marines base on Okinawa seeks re-election in a poll on Sunday, raising the prospect that the facility will remain an irritant in Japan-U.S. relations.
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