Japan Arrests Longest-Sought Fugitive After Nearly 46 Years

The authorities this week confirmed the identity of the fugitive, Masaaki Osaka, 67, who was arrested last month in Hiroshima on a separate charge and refused to give his name, according to Kyodo, the Japanese news agency. The police said they identified …
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