Foreigners detained in Japan stage hunger strike to stay

Miyasako said in a news conference at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Tokyo. They have since recovered. Immigration officials say such people simply need to leave Japan. “The decision has been made that they are to return and so we keep talking to them …
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