North Korean abductions: Anger in Japan over missing loved ones | Japan News | Al Jazeera

North Korean abductions: Anger in Japan over missing loved ones

Relatives and supporters of Japanese people, abducted forty years ago by North Korean agents, have gathered in Tokyo.

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    Relatives and supporters of Japanese people, abducted forty years ago by North Korean agents, have gathered in Tokyo.

    They believe many more of their countrymen and women are being held in Pyongyang, and that the current nuclear stand-off is preventing their release.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Tokyo.


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