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One of four war-displaced Japanese visiting from China found his brother on Saturday, the first of the four to identify a relative during their visit to Japan, the Health and Welfare Ministry said.

Han Tonglai, from China’s Jiangxi Province, was confirmed to be the brother of a man from Fukui Prefecture, ministry officials said. Han, 63, and the Fukui man, who asked not to be identified, met Saturday afternoon at the National Olympic Memorial Youth Center in Tokyo, where the four war orphans have been staying since arriving in Japan on Tuesday, they said.

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