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Lebanon gets Interpol notice for arrest of Carlos Ghosn

New details have emerged in the saga of ex-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn, who fled from Japan last weekend. Japanese prosecutors raided his home in Tokyo earlier today as Turkey launches an investigation into how Ghosn's private plane was allowed to stop there. The Financial Times reports that Ghosn's associates planned the escape for months. A Lebanese news channel reports he escaped in a musical instrument case after a band played in his home in Japan.