Japan Finance Minister Taro Aso apologises for saying sexual harassment not a crime

TOKYO – Japan’s gaffe-prone Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso apologised on Friday (May 11) for saying that “sexual harassment is not a crime”, in a remark that has been slammed by fellow Cabinet minister Seiko Noda as callous and insensitive. “There is no …
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