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Prosecutors on Tuesday arrested the former director and deputy director of the scandal-hit Japan Kanji Aptitude Testing Foundation, alleging they caused ¥260 million damage to the nonprofit public organization by padding its budget.

The suspects are Noboru Okubo, 73, and his eldest son, Hiroshi, 45.

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