Northeast Asia | Death of Charles Jenkins reminds Japan of its abducted citizens

Death of Charles Jenkins reminds Japan of its abducted citizens

The death of the US Army deserter, who was allowed to live in Japan after nearly four decades in North Korea, has reminded Japanese of other citizens abducted in the 1970s by agents of Pyongyang

December 13, 2017 6:57 PM (UTC+8)
Former US army sergeant Charles Jenkins is escorted by his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga as they arrive at Tokyo's Haneda airport on July 18, 2004 after being reunited in Jakarta.   Photo: Reuters
Former US army sergeant Charles Jenkins is escorted by his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga as they arrive at Tokyo's Haneda airport on July 18, 2004 after being reunited in Jakarta. Photo: Reuters
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