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Japan's Olympic Committee chief Tsunekazu Takeda denies corruption allegations linked to 2020 Tokyo Games bid

Firstpost Tuesday, 15 January 2019
French investigating magistrates have indicted Tsunekazu Takeda as they probe two payments made before Tokyo was chosen to host the 2020 Olympic Games.
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Reuters reports that the head of Japan’s Olympic Committee has confirmed he was questioned by French authorities in December. Tsunekazu Takeda continues to deny there was anything improper about Tokyo’s bid for the 2020 Games. Takeda told reporters there is no reason to doubt Japan’s...

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