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Japan’s opposition shoots down government appointments

Japan’s upper house of parliament Wednesday voted down government nominations for the first time in 56 years as the opposition wielded its new-found power. The act of defiance came just one day after the upper house, which the opposition took over in landmark July elections, was sent a bill to resume a naval mission supporting the US-led “war on terror” in Afghanistan. Full Story

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