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Japan holds honour guard ceremony for visiting New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern


Japan Prime Minister Fumio Kishida holds an honour guard ceremony for visiting New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in Tokyo. Ardern is visiting Japan with a trade delegation and will leave on April 23. IMAGES

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