Japanese police arrest South Korean suspected of bombing shrine

Japanese police have arrested a South Korean man suspected of carrying out an attack on the Yasukuni shrine in Tokyo.

The explosion took place on 23 November when a bomb was placed in a public toilet when the shrine opened for a festival. No one was injured.

The suspect, aged 27, is alleged to have to gone to Korea after the attack, however he was arrested as soon as he arrived back in Japan.

The shrine is dedicated to the Japanese who lost their lives in the war.