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Group says 44 more Japanese may have been abducted by North Korea

A grass-roots organization said Monday that it has added 44 more Japanese to a list of people who might have been kidnapped by North Korean spies over the past five decades, raising the total number of suspected abductees to 228. All 44 disappeared under mysterious circumstances more than five years ago, said Kazuhiro Araki, head of the Study Group for Persons Designated Missing. “We’re asking the government and police to investigate the possibility that all of these people may still be missing because they were abducted by North Korea,” Araki said. The list will be given to government officials and police Wednesday. Full Story

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