Hundreds of Japanese antifascists and progressives took to the streets in the Shibuya suburb of Tokyo after the murder of a homeless woman, demanding the end of violence on the poor and exclusion. Despite confrontations with police occurring, protesters did not disperse until the march was complete, with no arrests occurring.
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