Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, right, meets Shigeo Iizuka, the leader of a group of families whose relatives were abducted by North Korea. Photo: Reuters

As Kim talks peace, silent rage of Japanese abductees’ families

The relatives of around 100 Japanese thought to have been forcibly taken to North Korea are losing hope of ever seeing their loved ones again

Topic |   North Korea nuclear crisis

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, right, meets Shigeo Iizuka, the leader of a group of families whose relatives were abducted by North Korea. Photo: Reuters
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