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Japan Accused of Fudging Kidnap Evidence

North Korea on Tuesday accused Japan of doctoring the DNA analysis it conducted on remains allegedly belonging to a Japanese girl kidnapped by communist spies decades ago, denying Tokyo’s claim they were those of someone else. Japan denied the allegation and brushed off a separate North Korean statement that it would consider the imposition of sanctions by Japan “a declaration of war.” Japan said last week that tests on remains that Pyongyang claimed belonged to Megumi Yokota, who was 13 when she was abducted in 1977, showed that they were actually those of two other people. Full Story

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