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Mieko Hattori, 70, from Nagoya, whose son, Yoshihiro, 16, was gunned down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in 1992, is working on a story for children that calls for stricter gun control measures in the United States.

She came up with the idea after meeting a girl who lost her friend in a school shooting in Florida in February.

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