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Japanese students go on hunger strike over Abe’s security bills

A group of Tokyo university students staged a rare hunger strike in front of Japan’s parliament on Sunday as they protest against security bills that critics fear would drag the country into foreign wars. The move highlights growing opposition to legislation backed by prime minister Shinzo Abe, just days after Japan’s national bar association joined the effort to prevent the constitutionally pacifist nation from enacting changes that could see Japanese troops engage in combat for the first time since the World War Two.

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