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Japan cabinet approves anti-conspiracy bill amid civil rights concerns

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's cabinet on Tuesday approved legislation that would penalize criminal conspiracies, a move critics say threatens civil liberties, but officials say is needed to prevent terrorist targeting events like the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Reuters - March 21 @ 2:56am

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