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Japanese reporter freed in Syria apologizes for trouble

Japanese freelance journalist Jumpei Yasuda

TOKYO — A Japanese journalist who returned from more than three years of captivity in Syria says he was kidnapped as soon as he crossed the border and apologized for causing trouble to his government. Jumpei Yasuda faced reporters in Tokyo on Friday for the first time since gaining freedom. He says he went to Syria in June 2015 to see for himself what was really happening and how the conflict affected ordinary people. Yasuda, a respected journalist known for his coverage of conflict zones, says he made a mistakeRead More


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