N. Korea condemns Japan’s past, blasts Abe’s UN address on abductions, sexual violence

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe addresses the UN General Assembly on Sept. 26.  /UN Photo/Evan Schneider

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe addresses the UN General Assembly on Sept. 26. /UN Photo/Evan Schneider

North Korea blasted Japanese Prime Minister’s call for the communist nation to return all Japanese nationals it had abducted and end sexual violence against women. Pyongyang called Shinzo Abe’s statement “self-contradictory” as Japan itself had engaged in abductions and sexually slavery in the past.

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