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  • Japan's history of elusive apologies to sex slavery victims

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  • Japan to remove 95% of tariffs on imports from TPP member countries

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  • Defense ministers of Korea and Japan to hold security talks

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  • Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is set to reshuffle at least half of his cabinet. In a press briefing on Wednesday‚ chief cabinet secretary‚ Yoshihide Suga‚ announced the 3rd 'new' Abe cabinet list. Of the 18 cabinet seats‚ Prime Minister Abe is keeping his close allies in what is considered the nine backbone positions of his administration. Finance minister Taro Aso‚ foreign minister Fumio Kishida‚ defense minister Nakatani Gen‚ and the chief secretary himself are among the nine to keep their portfolios. Some new faces are expected‚ as the briefing revealed that the former deputy chief cabinet secretary‚ Katsunobu Kato‚ will head a newly formed ministerial post for tackling demographic issues such as the country's falling birth rate and growing‚ elderly population. Abe will also appoint Motoo Hayashi‚ who used to chair a steering committee of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party's Lower House‚ as the new Minister of Economy‚ Trade and Industry. The partial reshuffle is seen as an attempt to shift focus away from the controversial security legislation enacted last month amid fierce opposition and put the economy and diplomacy at the frontline of his cabinet. Abe is also said to have considered his flagging support rate‚ in preparation of a Lower House election scheduled for next year's July. Lee Soo-eun‚ Arirang News. Reporter : shoonie@arirang.co.kr

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  • Former Japanese Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama has once again called on current Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to own up to history and apologize for Japan's wartime crimes against women. Murayama made such remarks at a reception hosted by the Korean Embassy in Tokyo Fridayto commemorate Korea's Armed Forces Day and National Foundation Day. At the event‚ he told Seoul's Yonhap News Agency that Japan must take responsibility for forcing women into sexual slavery during World War Two. Murayama also stressed that resolving the wartime sex crime issue should be the top priority at a possible summit between Korea and Japan. While serving as prime minister‚ Murayama issued a landmark apology in 1995 for Japan's wartime atrocities. Reporter :

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