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Japanese woman clings to hope that twin sister alive in North Korea

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By Elaine Lies

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very sad

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Shame on that government and shame on kim's father for doing something so callous as kidnapping civilians. Disgusting

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.....and kim's son for not rectifying anything afterward.

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Doesn't get much sadder than that for a family. The eldest son dies in a road accident and one of the twin daughters has been missing for 30 years. The grief must be unfathomable on a daily basis.

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Reading North Korea's tea leaves are not that easy.

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Sad so sad I hope that she can meet her other half some day soon very soon

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Hope Japan and NK can continue steps forward on this and find more kidnapped alive, and I hope either way this poor woman finds so peace.

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13 or hundreds abducted...which is it?

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" spoke to no one for 18 years about her identical twin sister who vanished when they were 20"

And why? Maybe speaking to people might just find that link that could lead to finding out her fate.

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