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As heated debate continued Monday in the Lower House over controversial security legislation, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was forced to apologize for barking at an opposition lawmaker during a previous session and interrupting her question.

“I apologize again for my remarks,” Abe said as the special Lower House committee began debating for the day the legislation that would expand the scope of the Self-Defense Forces’ overseas missions.

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