Japanese former state minister Keiji Furuya leaves the Yasukuni shrine on Friday. More than 100 lawmakers visited the shrine condemned by China and Korea as a symbol of Japan's militarist past. AFP

China 'seriously concerned' after Japan PM sends offering to Yasukuni Shrine

More than 100 Japanese lawmakers visited Tokyo’s controversial Yasukuni Shrine on Friday and the prime minister sent an offering in moves likely to anger Beijing and Seoul

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Japanese former state minister Keiji Furuya leaves the Yasukuni shrine on Friday. More than 100 lawmakers visited the shrine condemned by China and Korea as a symbol of Japan's militarist past. AFP
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