Japan PM Fumio Kishida unhurt after explosive device attack
Police arrest 24-year-old man accused of hurling bomb at campaign event
A man believed to have thrown an explosive device at Japan's prime minister is subdued at the scene.
TOKYO -- Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida was unhurt after a man threw an explosive device at him during a by-election campaign event on Saturday in the west of the country.
The man was subdued at the site in Wakayama city, where several hundred people had gathered at a local fishing port.
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