Furore in Japan after immigration bureau criticises pro-refugee graffiti

Koichi Kodama, a lawyer, said the bureau’s response to the graffiti was “childish”, according to the news agency. A user professing to be a supporter of Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe, speculated …
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