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Cool Sites : Abductions

Monday, December 13, 2004 Posted: 02:47 PM JST

The abductions of Japanese citizens by North Korean agents are now dictating Japan's foreign policy towards Pyongyang. Nothing else seems to matter any more as relatives of the abductees and an increasing number of politicians demand economic sanctions against North Korea for its repeated falsifications of information about the missing Japanese. For more detailed information about the abductions that started this diplomatic mess, visit the following sites:

The official site of the Investigation Commission on Missing Japanese Probably Related to N.Korea (COMJAN). COMJAN believes many hundreds of Japanese may have been abducted by North Korean Agents. (ENG JPN)

The official site of the National Association for the Rescue of Japanese Kidnapped by North Korea (NARKN). (ENG JPN)

Charles Robert Jenkins
Family members of Charles Robert Jenkins searching for the truth about his alleged desertion/defection. Jenkins is the husband of Hitomi Soga, a Japanese national abducted ny North Korean agents. (ENG)

The Blue Ribbon
R-NET leads the Blue Ribbon Movement against terrorist acts of North Korea. The aim of the campaign is to help rescue all the victims of abductions.

North Korea's abduction of Japanese resource center. (ENG)

The Latest News at Google
Read the latest news on this topic at Google. (ENG)

Find more sites related to Japan at Japan Links.

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