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'Abduction': a disturbing North Korean spy story

You think George Bush is mistaken about North Korea? Make that argument to Sakie Yokota, whose 13-Abduction year-old daughter was kidnapped by North Korean spies while walking home from school in Niigata, Japan, 31 years ago and still hasn't returned. Says Yokota, whose ability to discern right from wrong is unencumbered by the sophisticated sensibilities of diplomacy: ``North Korea is an evil place.''  It is almost inconceivable that anyone who watches Abduction: The Megumi Yokota Story, a documentary airing Thursday as part of the PBS series Independent Lens, will disagree. Read the full review in Thursday's Miami Herald.


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