Japanese journalist freed 3 years after kidnapping in Syria

“My name is Jumpei Yasuda, Japanese journalist. I have been held in Syria for 40 months, now in Turkey. Now I’m in safe condition. Thank you very much,” a bearded Yasuda said. The news of Yasuda’s rel…
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