Top Japan finance official denies sexual harassment, says to sue publisher

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s top finance bureaucrat denied on Monday a weekly magazine’s allegation that he had sexually harassed female reporters and vowed to sue its publisher for defamation, his ministry said in a statement. The weekly Shincho magazine …
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