Two more handed suspended jail terms in Tokyo Olympics scandal

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Two Japanese businessmen were handed suspended prison sentences on Thursday in the latest convictions in a bribery scandal surrounding the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Shigeharu Hisamatsu, a 64-year-old former executive at advertising firm ADK Holdings, received a sentence of 18 months, suspended for three years, a Tokyo District Court spokesman told AFP. His former assistant, 61-year-old Toshiaki Tada, was given a sentence of one year, also suspended for three years.