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Trump Will Work With Shinzo Abe To Bring Home Abducted Japanese


President Donald Trump is partnering with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Trump said he will work with Abe to bring home Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korean agents. According to Reuters, Trump met with some of the relatives of the abducted people. North Korean defectors said they were abducted to train North Korean spies. Trump has met with the relatives in the past during a 2017 trip to Japan.

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