Japan reduces North Korea sanctions

(AGI) Tokyo, July 3 - Japan has lifted some of its sanctionsagainst North Korea in return for the reopening of theinvestigation into the abduction of Japanese citizens by agentsof the communist regime. Pyongyang has agreed to set up a newcommission to investigate at least 10 Japanese who by its ownadmission currently live in North Korea, some of whom wereabducted in the 1970s and 1980s to train Pyongyang's spies. . .

(AGI) Tokyo, July 3 - Japan has lifted some of its sanctionsagainst North Korea in return for the reopening of theinvestigation into the abduction of Japanese citizens by agentsof the communist regime. Pyongyang has agreed to set up a newcommission to investigate at least 10 Japanese who by its ownadmission currently live in North Korea, some of whom wereabducted in the 1970s and 1980s to train Pyongyang's spies. . .