Japan must boost protection for sexual harassment victims, says Abe rival Noda

TOKYO (Reuters) – A Japanese cabinet minister called on Friday for a law to strengthen relief and protection for victims of sexual harassment, but stopped short of urging legal changes to make such acts a crime. Victims of sexual harassment in Japan have …
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