Tokyo passes tough anti-smoking law ahead of 2020 Olympics

TOKYO (Reuters) – Tokyo, Japan’s capital and host of the 2020 Summer Olympics, passed a tough anti-smoking law on Wednesday that will effectively ban smoking in most of the city’s bars and restaurants in the run-up to the games. Japan lags many countries …
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