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Soon after his release from US custody, Jenkins fought back tears as he told reporters on Sado that he was starting "the first day of the last chapter of my life" with his wife and daughters.
On Sunday, Soga stood in a street of Sado, where her family of four now lives, for a petition drive to collect signatures for their campaign to seek the return of the remaining abductees.
Sado, 44, was then a senior officer of the Special Airlift Group, which operates government airplanes.
The chick hatched from one of the five eggs laid by Mei Mei earlier this month at the Sado Japanese Crested Ibis Conservation Center.
at the Sado Crested Ibis Conservation Center from an egg laid by Yang Yang, a crested ibis gifted to Japan by China in 1999, breeders at the Sado Crested Ibis Preservation Center said.
Photographer Mark Coutts-Smith spent five years on Sado Island as the only foreign member of the group
Miwa Sado, a political journalist for NHK, Japan's national public broadcasting organisation, suffered a heart failure in July 2013, though her employer made the case public this week, the Japan Times reports.
On a late September evening, Hitomi Soga, one of the five abductees repatriated to Japan from North Korea in 2002, joined her daughter Mika and other local residents to watch a small Noh stage performance in her hometown on Sado Island in the Sea of Japan.
Nearly 10 years after his abductee wife was repatriated to Japan from North Korea, former defector Charles Jenkins says he is happy living with his family on Sado Island in the Sea of Japan, from where his wife hails, and appreciates the freedom Japan offers.
Mulla Sado Khan a resident of Sarchishma village of Kajaki district of Helmand complained to Pajhwok Afghan News that he severed as a mosque prayer leader in the village and was arrested in a night raid.
A requiem mass for Brother Sado was held by members of the Anglican order on April 25.