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Shinzo Abe to miss Tokyo Olympics

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TOKYO, Aug 28: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was a star at the closing ceremony of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, parading before a sellout crowd at the Maracana Stadium as Nintendo game character Super Mario.

Abe�s humorous invitation to the next Olympics in Tokyo was a big hit among Brazilian fans, and to a worldwide television audience.

It turns out that Abe won�t be around �at least not in an official capacity� when the postponed Olympics are set to open on July 23, 2021.

He announced on Friday he intends to step down because of a chronic health problem.

Ironically, Japan�s longest serving prime minister would have been in the VIP box alongside International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach had the games opened as scheduled a month ago and not fallen victim to the COVID-19 pandemic. � AP

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Shinzo Abe to miss Tokyo Olympics

TOKYO, Aug 28: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was a star at the closing ceremony of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, parading before a sellout crowd at the Maracana Stadium as Nintendo game character Super Mario.

Abe�s humorous invitation to the next Olympics in Tokyo was a big hit among Brazilian fans, and to a worldwide television audience.

It turns out that Abe won�t be around �at least not in an official capacity� when the postponed Olympics are set to open on July 23, 2021.

He announced on Friday he intends to step down because of a chronic health problem.

Ironically, Japan�s longest serving prime minister would have been in the VIP box alongside International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach had the games opened as scheduled a month ago and not fallen victim to the COVID-19 pandemic. � AP

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