The Japan News (by The Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper) - Child abductions by parents creating a diplomatic headache
Monday, 3 January 2022 10:00
An increasing number of foreign nationals are claiming that their children have been abducted by their current or former Japanese spouse, following the breakdown of their marriage. Not allowing a child to see one of their parents is considered a criminal act in major European countries and the United States, leading to a diplomatic conflict in which Japan is being called on to revise its laws. ...
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