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Hitomi Soga, a former abductee to North Korea, on Wednesday voiced concern about the waning public interest in the issue.

“I feel the public is gradually losing interest in the abduction issue,” Soga, 58, told a news conference in the Sea of Japan island city of Sado, Niigata Prefecture, ahead of the 15th anniversary next month of her return home.

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