Saturday, 19 September 2015

Japan passes law allowing troops to fight abroad

Brrrrrrrr! There's A Nip In The Air....
Japan's parliament has passed a law allowing its military to fight on foreign soil for the first time since World War II.  The upper house of the Japanese parliament passed the law on Saturday despite fierce attempts by opposition politicians to block the move. The approval makes the legislation into law, loosening post-World War II constraints on the use of force by the military to its own self-defence only.

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