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Japan seen vulnerable after ISIS militants kill a second Japanese

PM Abe calls apparent execution of journalist Kenji Goto "despicable", vows not to give in to terrorism; govt orders heightened security

Japanese staging a silent rally for Mr Goto near Mr Abe's official residence in Tokyo on Sunday. Japanese coalition and opposition politicians expressed anger at the slaying of Mr Goto, but the main opposition Democratic Party of Japan questioned the wisdom of provoking ISIS.


SHOCK, outrage and revulsion - both in Japan and internationally - greeted the news on Sunday morning that a second Japanese national, humanitarian journalist and father of two young children Kenji Goto (47), had been beheaded by Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants who