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Japan PM Unhurt After Blast During His Speech, Attacker Caught: Report

Several reports, including by Kyodo news agency, said an apparent "smoke bomb" had been thrown but there were no immediate signs of injuries or damage at the scene.

Tokyo, Japan: Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida was emptied from a port in Wakayama after an impact was heard, however he was safe in the episode, nearby media revealed Saturday.

A few reports, including by Kyodo news office, said an obvious “smoke bomb” had been tossed yet there were no prompt indications of wounds or harm at the scene.

A person was kept at the site in western Japan’s Wakayama where Kishida had been because of give a discourse, public telecaster NHK and others said.

There was no prompt authority affirmation of the episode, with nearby police declining to remark.

NHK showed film of safety and police keeping a person as a group dissipated at the scene.

Japan has supported security after the death of previous state head Shinzo Abe, who was shot and killed while talking at a mission occasion in July 2022.

The episode comes as Japan has G7 ecclesiastical occasions in northern Sapporo and the city of Karuizawa in Nagano, and in front of the May pioneers’ highest point in Hiroshima.