Japan is squeezing Lebanon to return outlaw ex-Nissan supervisor Carlos Ghosn, who got away house capture in Tokyo before allegedly being pirated out of the nation in a flight case.

Lebanon doesn’t ordinarily give up its residents yet Japan says it can demand his removal.

As per reports, Mr Ghosn left his home on 29 December before boarding a slug train to Osaka.

He was then packaged into a flight case, which was put on a Turkey-bound plane.


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