• Kyodo


The sister of Kim Young Nam, the South Korean man believed to have been abducted to North Korea nearly three decades ago, quoted him Sunday as saying at their recent reunion that Japan is making false claims about his former wife, abductee Megumi Yokota.

“My brother said they (the Japanese government) are dismissing his remarks even though they all know the truth,” Kim Young Ja told a news conference.

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