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Tokyo prison that held Ghosn opens doors to answer critics

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Perhaps the most famous recent inmate at the Tokyo Detention House, ex-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn, is no longer resident, but the prison has thrown open its doors hoping to answer critics.

Added on the 11/06/2019 02:01:09 - Copyright : AFP EN

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