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Navy tells leaders to act after alleged Japan rape

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NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — The Navy is telling its leaders around the world to work harder on preventing sexual assaults after two sailors, including one from Texas, were arrested in Japan on rape charges. The alleged rape was reported Oct. 16 in Okinawa, leading to an uproar on the island and a sharp rebuke from the Japanese government. The commanders of U.S. Fleet Forces in Virginia and the...