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The Naha branch of the Fukuoka High Court upheld on Tuesday a lower court decision rejecting a suit by five residents of Okinawa opposing their relatives’ enshrinement by Yasukuni Shrine.

The plaintiffs asked the central government and the shrine to delist their 10 relatives and to pay them a total of ¥500,000 in damages for mental anguish.

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