A French national on a hunger strike in Tokyo seeking access to his children said an appeal from President Emmanuel Macron to Japan’s leader had “changed nothing,” as his protest entered its third week.
Vincent Fichot, 39, says his two children were “abducted” by their Japanese mother, and he has been on hunger strike since July 10 in a bid to be reunited with his family.
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