• Kyodo


Eighty relatives and colleagues of 19 Japanese who went missing in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center arrived in New York on Saturday.

Upon arrival, they split into groups and headed for hotels, where they were briefed on the situation in New York by officials of the Japanese Consulate General.

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