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Japan: No N. Korea Aid Until Abduction Issue Resolved

Japan says it will not provide any aid to North Korea until the issue of Japanese nationals abducted by the North is resolved. Tokyo's minister in charge of the abduction issue, Keiji Furuya, tells VOA's Korean service that North Korea needs to understand that there is little Pyongyang can accomplish with Tokyo until the issue is settled. "Not a single yen will be sent to the North unless the abduction issue is resolved." He added that he would play a part in any...

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