ISLAMABAD – Japanese Foreign Minister Makiko Tanaka was moved to tears Sunday during a visit to a refugee camp for Afghans near Peshawar, northwest Pakistan, after witnessing firsthand the people and their conditions before rendering aid from Japan.
Tanaka, who is on a four-day visit to Pakistan that ends Monday, spent about two hours touring the reopened Shamshatoo refugee camp, an hour more than she intended.
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