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Congress adopts motion on investigating American possibly kidnapped by DPRK

Sankei wrote from Washington that the Senate unanimously adopted a resolution in late November asking the Trump administration to conduct a thorough investigation into the fate of American David Sneddon, who disappeared in 2004 in China’s Yunnan Province. The resolution reportedly claimed that the Brigham Young University student was probably abducted by North Korean agents and is still being held in the DPRK, and called for the USG to join forces with Japan in investigating the case. The daily expressed strong hope that the U.S. legislature’s move will support Japanese efforts to resolve the abduction issue. 

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