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Shinzo Abe funeral: PM Modi pays tribute to former Japan PM, meets Fumio Kishida |Oneindia News*News

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Shinzo Abe funeral: PM Modi pays tribute to former Japan PM, meets Fumio Kishida |Oneindia News*News

Shinzo Abe funeral: PM Modi pays tribute to former Japan PM, meets Fumio Kishida |Oneindia News*News

Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined several global leaders to pay tributes to Japan's former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at his state funeral in Tokyo.

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