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Japan

3 December 2002

Kyodo News

NAGOYA — The parents of a Japanese boy shot dead while studying in the United States 10 years ago received an award Tuesday from the American Field Service (AFS) Intercultural Programs for their volunteer service in promoting cultural understanding. Masaichi Hattori, 55, and his wife Mieko, 54, became the first Japanese to receive the Galatti Award, which is an international award and the highest commendation granted annually by AFS. After their son Yoshihiro was... (GunPolicy.org)

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