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Japanese parliament clears security bills allowing military a greater role

Japan’s parliament has approved contentious legislation to loosen constraints placed on the country’s military in the aftermath of World War Two, giving it a greater role. The approval by the Upper House of parliament in the early hours of Saturday brought about a fundamental change in the country’s security policy. The package proposed by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would allow Japanese troops to engage in armed conflicts overseas even if Japan is not attacked.

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