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Japan Prepares to Pass Anti-Terror Bill

Japan’s upper house of parliament rejected a bill Friday to revive a naval mission to support U.S.-led forces in the Indian Ocean, but the ruling party was expected to push the measure into law in the lower chamber. Parliament’s upper house, controlled by a resurgent opposition, voted to reject legislation that would revive a limited version of Japan’s six-year-long mission to provide fuel and other resources to U.S.-led forces in Afghanistan.

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