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How Shinzo Abe’s murder and his ties to Moonies blindsided Japanese politics

10 mins | Jan 16, 2023
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The political fallout is still being felt in Japan months after the assassination of the ex-Prime Minister, who was killed due to his ties to the Unification church, known as the Moonies. Justin McCurry reveals that links between the church and Japan’s ruling Liberal Democrat politicians have led to controversy over donations and a potentially disastrous mistrust of the party.

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