TOKYO (Reuters) - The suspected murderer of Japanese former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will bear psychiatric analysis till later this yr, Japanese media reported on Saturday. Tetsuya Yamagami, an unemployed 41-year-old, has been recognized by police because the suspect who approached Abe at a marketing campaign speech on a avenue nook on July eight and opened fireplace with a hand-crafted gun. A court docket in Nara in western Japan, the place the suspect lived and the taking pictures occurred, granted prosecutors' request that Yamagami be held for psychiatric examination, the Nikkei and different media reported. Nara prosecutors cou...

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