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Japan's prime minister resigns for health reasons


Tokyo, Aug 28 (EFE), (Camera: Kimimasa Mayama).- Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Friday announced his intention to resign soon due to health reasons, kicking off a period of discussions during the next few weeks to elect his successor.Speculation about Abe's health status had intensified recently following the prime minister's recent visits to a hospital in the capital and some reports of health problems.

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