Shinzo Abe’s body arrives in Tokyo as Japan mourns former prime minister
10 July 2022 | 8:36 pm
Mourners flocked to the site where Japan's former prime minister was shot. Shinzo Abe's body has been moved to Tokyo from Nara, where he was attacked while giving a speech.
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