Rape victim wants Japan to do more on US military crimes

TOKYO — A woman who says she was raped by a U.S. sailor in Japan is demanding Tokyo do more to protect crime victims of U.S. military personnel stationed here. Catherine Fisher met for an hour Friday with foreign and defence ministry officials in the …
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