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  • June 14, 2017
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NHK gave top play to a report that Attorney General Sessions testified before a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Tuesday. NTV and TV Asahi led with reports that Japan’s national soccer team tied with Iraq in a World Cup final qualifier on Tuesday. TBS led with updates on the Kake Educational Institution scandal. Fuji TV gave top play to a report that Tokyo Governor Koike will likely decide to relocate the Tsukiji fish market to Toyosu as planned.

Top stories in national papers included the Abe administration’s plan to enact the anti-conspiracy bill this week and a Supreme Court decision to acquit three former JR West presidents charged with professional negligence resulting in death and injury in connection with a train derailment in 2005.

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