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Obama and Abe together laid a wreath during a symbolic visit to Pearl Harbor. The Japanese leader offered condolences while Obama warned against "the urge to demonize" others.
Former US service personnel and prisoners of war fear their sacrifices are being forgotten and that the US president's trip is likely to feed Japan's nationalist factions. Julian Ryall reports.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will honor the "souls of those who died in the war" with US President Barack Obama in Pearl Harbor. However, he would offer no apology for the WWII attack, Abe's office said.
Abe's Pearl Harbor speech has been well received in Japan, where most people expressed the opinion that it struck the right balance of regret that the Pacific war occurred, but offered no apologies. Julian Ryall reports.
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