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  • Japanese public anxious about terrorism
  • Japanese public anxious about terrorism
    PROsekihan (2009) ©
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Japanese public anxious about terrorism

While the number of terrorist incidents affecting Japan have been relatively limited, the country was shocked when two of its nationals were murdered by Islamic State militants. And it has had a significant impact on the public, with a high proportion now feeling anxious about possible terrorism.

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