Japan awaits ID confirmation of reporter freed from Syria

TOKYO — Japan was anxiously awaiting confirmation Wednesday that a man freed from Syria is a freelance journalist kidnapped three years ago. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters he was relieved b…
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