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HIJACKER ADMITS GUILT AFTER 30 YEARS
NORTH COREA, A Japanese man has admitted guilt for a 1970 hijacking and apologised for "sending passengers into the abyss of fear." Yoshimi Tanaka was part of a team of nine Red Army Faction activists who diverted a plane to Pyongyang in Japan's first hijacking. Mr Tanaka was granted political asylum in North Korea after the hijacking and is believed to have worked as a spy for the communist power...
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