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The deadly shooting of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during a campaign speech in the city of Nara has raised important questions about the level of protection being provided to high-profile individuals in Japan.

Abe’s broad daylight assassination Friday — two days ahead of an Upper House election — prompted a noticeable beefing up of security for candidates on Saturday, the final day of campaigning.

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