Leaders of the Group of Seven industrialized countries are gathering in Japan’s Mie Prefecture for a two-day summit aimed at tackling global economic uncertainties and other challenges. Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met US President Barack Obama ahead of the summit to express his “strong indignation” over the recent murder of a young Japanese woman in Okinawa. A former US Marine has been charged with the crime. Obama said his country will continue to fully cooperate with the investigation and ensure that justice is done under Japanese law. Abe told reporters that he had urged Obama to take steps to prevent such crimes.
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