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Japan's ruling party faces battle as ties with religious group revealed

The death of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is slowly becoming a headache for the government. The alleged assassin says the motive for the killing was a grudge against the country's fourth largest religious group, known as the Unification Church. Now it's been revealed that not only Abe, but a number of members in his Liberal Democrat Party had close ties to the church and even received funds for election campaigns. So who are they?

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