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Japan's State Minister Keiji Furuya visits war-linked Yasukuni
TOKYO, Aug. 15 (Xinhua) -- Japan's Chairman of the National Public Safety Commission Keiji Furuya visited the notorious Yasukuni Shrine on Friday on the 69th anniversary of Japan's surrender in the World War II.
Repeated worships to the shrine angers Japan's neighboring countries that suffered Japan's brutal aggression in wartime as 14 convicted Class-A Japanese war criminals during the WWII are enshrined here.
Xinhua is China's state-run news agency.
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