PRESS DIGEST - Japan - Nov 16


Following are some of the leading stories in the Friday morning editions of Japanese newspapers, as compiled by Kyodo news agency: -- Former vice defence chief Takemasa Moriya says politicians Fukushiro Nukaga, Fumio Kyuma wined and dined by arrested defence contractor official (Yomiuri, Asahi) -- Bullying cases grow sixfold to 120,000 at primary, secondary schools in school year 2006 (Mainichi) -- Toyota aims to reduce body weight of major models to improve fuel efficiency (Nikkei)

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