JAPAN OPPOSITION PICKS NEW LEADER AFTER ELECTORAL DISAPPOINTMENT

Japan's main opposition party on Tuesday elected its 47-year-old policy chief as leader, as it tries to regroup following a disappointing electoral performance against the country's long-ruling conservatives. © STR Japan's opposition is trying to regroup after a disappointing electoral performance Kenta Izumi, who is far from a household name in Japan, takes the helm of the Constitution...

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