Japan needs anti-smoking law ahead of Tokyo Olympics: World Health Organization

Article Continued Below “The time is right for Japan to finally catch up now with the Olympics just around the corner,” Bettcher said at a news conference. He said it was a “golden opportunity for Japan to better protect its people from the deadly …
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