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What's next for Japan's forgotten prisoners in North Korea?

What's next for Japan's forgotten prisoners in North Korea?
- This may also lead to Pyongyang building better relations with its neighbors in the region and being welcomed back into the international community. Amid these expectations, however, the issue of North Korea's deplorable human rights record seems to have been put on the backburner. And in Japan ...