A group of Japanese parliamentarians follow a Shinto priest during a visit to the controversial Yasukuni war shrine yesterday. Photo: AFPA group of Japanese parliamentarians follow a Shinto priest during a visit to the controversial Yasukuni war shrine yesterday. Photo: AFP
A group of Japanese parliamentarians follow a Shinto priest during a visit to the controversial Yasukuni war shrine yesterday. Photo: AFP

Li Keqiang and Shinzo Abe shake hands despite latest war shrine visit

Premier's first meeting with Japanese PM ahead of a key summit next month comes after Yasukuni gift draws sharp rebuke from Beijing

Topic |   Li Keqiang
A group of Japanese parliamentarians follow a Shinto priest during a visit to the controversial Yasukuni war shrine yesterday. Photo: AFPA group of Japanese parliamentarians follow a Shinto priest during a visit to the controversial Yasukuni war shrine yesterday. Photo: AFP
A group of Japanese parliamentarians follow a Shinto priest during a visit to the controversial Yasukuni war shrine yesterday. Photo: AFP
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