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Nov. 16, 2018: Cuban ambassador ban, cyber insecurity, BTS bombs, skirt stunt and hologram wedding.
In this week's news from Japan Today: The Cuban ambassador to Japan banned from staying at a Hilton Hotel in Fukuoka; a Japanese lawmaker in charge of cybersecurity admits to not using a computer in 25 years; popular Korean boy band BTS has fallout from the wearing of an atomic bomb shirt; a movie stuntman was arrested for cutting a girls skirt on an escalator and a Tokyo man formally marries celebrity hologram. https://japantoday.com/ Rate and review us: https://itunes.apple.com/jp/podcast/japan-today/id517133982?mt=2 This weeks stories: Cuban Ambassador Ban â€” https://japantoday.com/category/politics/Cuban-ambassador-denied-room-at-Hilton-hotel-in-Fukuoka-due-to-U.S.-sanctions Cyber Insecurity â€” https://japantoday.com/category/politics/Japan's-cyber-security-minister-admits-never-having-used-computer BTS Bombs â€” https://japantoday.com/category/entertainment/k-pop-group-bts's-talent-agency-apologizes-over-a-bomb-shirtr Skirt Stunt â€” https://japantoday.com/category/crime/action-movie-stuntman-arrested-for-cutting-high-school-girl%E2%80%99s-skirt Hologram Wedding â€” https://japantoday.com/category/features/lifestyle/crazy-in-love-the-japanese-man-'married'-to-a-hologram
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Thursday 15 November
After an extraordinary day in Westminster that saw multiple resignations and pressure on Theresa May to follow, the British prime minister is holding on. Plus: we discuss Saudi Arabiaâ€™s order to execute Jamal Khashoggiâ€™s accused killers and the International Criminal Courtâ€™s impact in Africa.