Ahead of Trump-Kim summit, Japanese abductees’ families push US to help secure their release

She never came. She had been kidnapped, and he’s never seen her since. “I have no memory [of her],” Iizuka told ABC News. His mother, Yaeko Taguchi, is one of several Japanese citizens allegedly abducted by North Korea in the 1970s to teach top North …
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