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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe takes US ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy on a test ride of Japan's super-fast magnetic train on Saturday, showcasing the "Maglev" technology Tokyo hopes to sell to its ally. Duration: 01:20 Video provided by AFP

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