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Japan: Justice Minister quits amid organised crime links

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Japan’s Justice Minister has quit claiming ill health, days after calls for his resignation due to past links to organised crime.

The resignation of Keishu Tanaka, who was only appointed on October 1 is the second by a minister since Prime Minister Yoshiho Noda took office in September 2011.