Thousands of attendees, including representatives from more than 217 countries, territories and international organizations, are expected to attend the state funeral of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday.
The ceremony will be the first major public event since the implementation of new police security guidelines in the wake of Abe’s July 8 murder. from sniffer dogs at train stations and police patrols at airports in the Tokyo area.
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