Last week, Japan's Finance Ministry released a trove of 900 pages of documents over a dubious sweetheart land deal that it previously claimed was trashed.
It also handed to Parliament another 3,000 pages of records, including the originals of 14 documents that were doctored to scrub the names of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife, Akie.
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