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Tetsuro Ahiko, a former Japanese prisoner in Kazakhstan, wants his compatriots to steer clear of war.

Ahiko, 87, was held prisoner by the Soviet Union after World War II and remained in Kazakhstan after his release. He now lives in Aktas in the Karaganda region of the former Soviet state in Central Asia.

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