Australian man freed in Japan after trespassing to find his children

Reuters Wednesday, 15 January 2020
An Australian man was freed on Wednesday after spending a month and a half detained in Tokyo on charges of trespassing when he went to his estranged in-laws' apartment building to look for his missing children.

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