Son of Japan abductee to N. Korea hopes Trump raises issue

Son of Japan abductee to N. Korea hopes Trump raises issue

TOKYO (AP) — Koichiro Iizuka only knows her as Yaeko-san, a pretty woman smiling in an old photo and in stories told by his relatives. A 16-month-old baby, he was at a childcare center in downtown Tokyo with his 3-year-old sister, waiting to be picked up by their mother. She never returned.
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