Japan grants half a million pardons to mark enthronement of emperor Naruhito

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Petty crimes forgiven ahead of ceremony that completes ascension after father’s abdication in May Naruhito has proclaimed himself Japan’s new emperor and vowed to “stand with the people” after performing a series of ancient rituals that culminated in his appearance on the imperial throne alongside his wife, Empress Masako. Naruhito, who ascended the Chrysanthemum throne in May, following the abdic
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