Japan reporter freed after three years imprisonment in Syria, says he made ‘silly’ mistake

TOKYO—A Japanese journalist who returned from more than three years of captivity in Syria apologized Friday to his government and said he was kidnapped as soon as he crossed the border because of a “s…
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