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JAPAN
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December 22, 2005 
Thailand's Sukham Panjoy (C), who believes his younger sister Anocha was abducted by North Korea in 1978,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Thailand's Sukham Panjoy meets former US Army sergeant Jenkins and his wife Soga in Tokyo 
Thailand's Sukham Panjoy (C), who believes his younger sister Anocha was abducted by North Korea in 1978, meets former U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (L), who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago, and his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga in Tokyo December 22, 2005. Panjoy is scheduled to meet Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso on Thursday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
JAPAN
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December 22, 2005 
Thailand's Sukham Panjoy (C), who believes his younger sister Anocha was abducted by North Korea in 1978,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Thailand's Sukham Panjoy meets former US Army sergeant Jenkins and his wife Soga in Tokyo 
Thailand's Sukham Panjoy (C), who believes his younger sister Anocha was abducted by North Korea in 1978, meets former U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (L), who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago, and his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga in Tokyo December 22, 2005. Panjoy is scheduled to meet Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso on Thursday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
JAPAN
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December 22, 2005 
Thailand's Sukham Panjoy (L), who believes his younger sister Anocha was abducted by North Korea in 1978,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Thailand's Sukham Panjoy and his son Banjong prepare to leave after speaking to the media in Tokyo 
Thailand's Sukham Panjoy (L), who believes his younger sister Anocha was abducted by North Korea in 1978, and his son Banjong prepare to leave after speaking to the media before meeting former U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins, who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago, and his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga in Tokyo December 22, 2005. Panjoy is scheduled to meet Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso on Thursday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
THAILAND
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November 10, 2005 
Secretary General of the Association of the Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Koera Teruaki Masumoto... 
Chiang Mai, Thailand 
Secretary General of Association of Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Koera Masumoto greets Thai... 
Secretary General of the Association of the Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Koera Teruaki Masumoto (L) greets Thai villager Sukham Panjoy (R) at San Kamphaeng district in Chiang Mai Province north of Bangkok November 10, 2005. Masumoto met with Panjoy, who along with local media reported that his sister Anocha was abducted by North Korean agents in Macau 27 years ago. The memoirs of former U.S. army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins say that after her abduction Anocha was forced to marry another U.S. deserter in North Korea, where she still lives. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang 
THAILAND
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November 10, 2005 
Secretary General of the Association of the Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Koera Teruaki Masumoto... 
Chiang Mai, Thailand 
Secretary General of Association of Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Koera Masumoto speaks in Chiang... 
Secretary General of the Association of the Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Koera Teruaki Masumoto speaks at San Kamphaeng district in Chiang Mai Province north of Bangkok November 10, 2005. Masumoto met with Thai villager Sukham Panjoy, who along with local media reported that his sister Anocha was abducted by North Korean agents in Macau 27 years ago. The memoirs of former U.S. army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins say that after her abduction Anocha was forced to marry another U.S. deserter in North Korea, where she still lives. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang 
THAILAND
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November 10, 2005 
Thai villager Sukham Panjoy, 59, shows a picture of his sister Anocha Panjoy at San Kamphaeng district... 
Chiang Mai, Thailand 
Thai villager shows picture of his sister Anocha Panjoy in Chiang Mai province 
Thai villager Sukham Panjoy, 59, shows a picture of his sister Anocha Panjoy at San Kamphaeng district in Chiang Mai province, north of Bangkok November 10, 2005. Panjoy and local media reported that Anocha was abducted by North Korean agents in Macau 27 years ago. The memoirs of former U.S. army deserter, Charles Robert Jenkins, say that after her abduction Anocha was forced to marry another U.S. deserter in North Korea, where she still lives. At right is Teruaki Masumoto, Secretary General for the Association of the Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Korea. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang 
THAILAND
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November 10, 2005 
Secretary General of the Association of the Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Koera Teruaki Masumoto... 
Chiang Mai, Thailand 
Secretary General of Association of Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Koera Masumoto greets Thai... 
Secretary General of the Association of the Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Koera Teruaki Masumoto (L) greets Thai villager Sukham Panjoy at San Kamphaeng district in Chiang Mai Province north of Bangkok November 10, 2005. Masumoto met with Panjoy, who along with local media reported that his sister Anocha was abducted by North Korean agents in Macau 27 years ago. The memoirs of former U.S. army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins say that after her abduction Anocha was forced to marry another U.S. deserter in North Korea, where she still lives. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang 
THAILAND
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November 10, 2005 
Thai villager Sukham Panjoy, 59, shows a portrait of his sister Anocha Panjoy at San Kamphaeng district... 
Chiang Mai, Thailand 
Thai villager shows portrait of his sister Anocha Panjoy in Chiang Mai province 
Thai villager Sukham Panjoy, 59, shows a portrait of his sister Anocha Panjoy at San Kamphaeng district in Chiang Mai province, north of Bangkok November 10, 2005. Panjoy and local media reported that Anocha was abducted by North Korean agents in Macau 27 years ago. The memoirs of former U.S. army deserter, Charles Robert Jenkins, say that after her abduction Anocha was forced to marry another U.S. deserter in North Korea, where she still lives. At right is Teruaki Masumoto, Secretary General for the Association of the Families of Victims Kidnapped by North Korea. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang 
JENKINS
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June 14, 2005 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd L), former U.S. Army sergeant who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago and... 
Narita, Japan 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd L), former U.S. Army sergeant who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago a..... 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd L), former U.S. Army sergeant who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago and is now living in Japan with his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga (L) and daughters Mika (behind Jenkins) and Brinda (R), leaves the New Tokyo International Airport for [Rich Square in North Carolina] from Narita, east of Tokyo June 14, 2005. Jenkins, who will be returning home for the first time in around 40 years, said he would spend about a week in the U.S. 
JAPAN USA JENKINS
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June 14, 2005 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who deserted to North Korea in 1965, arrives... 
Weldon, United Kingdom 
Army deserter Jenkins arrives with family at sister's house in Weldon, North Carolina. 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who deserted to North Korea in 1965, arrives with his sister Pat Harrell (R) at her home in Weldon, North Carolina June 14, 2005. Jenkins and his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga (3rd L) and daughters Mika (L) and Brinda (2nd L) were to visit his 91-year-old mother waiting for him at the house. Jenkins returned to the United States on Tuesday for the first time in four decades. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW/CN 
JAPAN USA JENKINS
RTREEEJ 
June 14, 2005 
Charles Robert Jenkins (R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, stands with... 
Weldon, United Kingdom 
Army deserter Jenkins stands with his mother on porch of his sister's home in Weldon, North Carolina.... 
Charles Robert Jenkins (R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, stands with his 91-year-old mother Patty Casper on the porch of his sister's home in Weldon, North Carolina June 14, 2005. Jenkins returned to the United States on Tuesday for the first time in four decades. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW/KS/CN 
JAPAN USA JENKINS
RTREEAT 
June 14, 2005 
Charles Robert Jenkins (R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, stands with... 
Weldon, United Kingdom 
Army deserter Jenkins stands with mother in Weldon, North Carolina. 
Charles Robert Jenkins (R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, stands with his 91-year-old mother Patty Casper on the porch of his sister's home in Weldon, North Carolina June 14, 2005. Jenkins returned to the United States on Tuesday for the first time in four decades. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW/CN 
JAPAN USA JENKINS
RTREE76 
June 14, 2005 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, stands with... 
Weldon, United Kingdom 
Army deserter Jenkins stands with family in Weldone, North Carolina. 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, stands with his 91-year-old mother Patty Casper (C), daughter Brinda (K), wife Hitomi Soga (2nd L) and daughter Mika on the porch of his sister's home in Weldon, North Carolina June 14, 2005. Jenkins returned to the United States on Tuesday for the first time in four decades. The woman in the background (orange) is unidentified. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW/CN 
JAPAN USA JENKINS
RTREE6D 
June 14, 2005 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, waves with... 
Weldon, United Kingdom 
Army deserter Jenkins waves with family in Weldone, North Carolina. 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, waves with his 91-year-old mother Patty Casper (C), daughter Brinda (K), wife Hitomi Soga (2nd L) and daughter Mika on the porch of his sister's home in Weldon, North Carolina June 14, 2005. Jenkins returned to the United States on Tuesday for the first time in four decades. The woman in the background (orange) is unidentified. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW/CN 
JAPAN USA JENKINS
RTREE4U 
June 14, 2005 
Charles Robert Jenkins (R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, stands with... 
Weldon, United Kingdom 
Army deserter Jenkins stands with mother and wife in Weldon, North Carolina. 
Charles Robert Jenkins (R), a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, stands with his 91-year-old mother Patty Casper (C) and wife Hitomi Soga on the porch of his sister's home in Weldon, North Carolina June 14, 2005. Jenkins returned to the United States on Tuesday for the first time in four decades. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW/CN 
JAPAN USA JENKINS
RTREE2I 
June 14, 2005 
Charles Robert Jenkins, a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, arrives with his... 
Weldon, United Kingdom 
Army deserter Jenkins arrives at sister's home in Weldon, North Carolina. 
Charles Robert Jenkins, a former U.S. Army sergeant who fled to North Korea in 1965, arrives with his sister Pat Harrell (L) at her home in Weldon, North Carolina June 14, 2005. Jenkins and his Japanese wife and daughters were to visit his 91-year-old mother waiting for him at the house. Jenkins returned to the United States on Tuesday for the first time in four decades. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW/CN 
JAPAN
RTREAT5 
June 14, 2005 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd L), former U.S. Army sergeant who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago and... 
Narita, Japan 
Former US Army sergeant Jenkins leaves for North Carolina at New Tokyo International Airport. 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd L), former U.S. Army sergeant who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago and is now living in Japan with his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga (L) and daughters Mika (behind Jenkins) and Brinda (R), leaves the New Tokyo International Airport for Rich Square in North Carolina from Narita, east of Tokyo June 14, 2005. Jenkins, who will be returning home for the first time in around 40 years, said he would spend about a week in the U.S. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/VP 
JAPAN
RTREASI 
June 14, 2005 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd L), former U.S. Army sergeant who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago and... 
Narita, Japan 
Former US Army sergeant Jenkins leaves for North Carolina at New Tokyo International Airport. 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd L), former U.S. Army sergeant who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago and is now living in Japan with his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga (L) and daughters Mika (behind Jenkins) and Brinda (R), leaves the New Tokyo International Airport for Rich Square in North Carolina from Narita, east of Tokyo June 14, 2005. Jenkins, who will be returning home for the first time in around 40 years, said he would spend about a week in the U.S. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/VP 
JAPAN
RTREAS9 
June 14, 2005 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd L), former U.S. Army sergeant who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago and... 
Narita, Japan 
Former US Army sergeant Jenkins leaves for North Carolina at New Tokyo International Airport. 
Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd L), former U.S. Army sergeant who deserted to North Korea 40 years ago and is now living in Japan with his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga (L) and daughters Mika (behind Jenkins) and Brinda (R), leaves the New Tokyo International Airport for Rich Square in North Carolina from Narita, east of Tokyo June 14, 2005. Jenkins, who will be returning home for the first time in around 40 years, said he would spend about a week in the U.S. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/VP 
KOREA NORTH JAPAN JENKNS
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January 31, 2005 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins arrives for his first full news conference since leaving North Korea... 
Sado, Japan 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins arrives for his first full news conference since leaving North Korea... 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins arrives for his first full news conference since leaving North Korea in Sado, Japan. Former U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins arrives for his first full news conference on the northern Japanese island of Sado January 31, 2005 since leaving North Korea and coming to live in Japan. "I've never met Kim Jong-il, but he is an evil man," Jenkins said. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
KOREA NORTH JAPAN JENKNS
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January 31, 2005 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins speaks during his first full news conference since leaving North Korea... 
Sado, Japan 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins speaks during his first full news conference since leaving North ... 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins speaks during his first full news conference since leaving North Korea in Sado, Japan. Former U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins speaks during his first full news conference on the northern Japanese island of Sado January 31, 2005 since leaving North Korea and coming to live in Japan. "I've never met Kim Jong-il, but he is an evil man," Jenkins said. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
KOREA NORTH JAPAN JENKNS
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January 31, 2005 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins listens to a reporter's questions during his first full news conference... 
Sado, Japan 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins listens to a reporter's questions during his first full news ... 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins listens to a reporter's questions during his first full news conference since leaving North Korea in Sado, Japan. Former US Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins listens to a reporter's questions during his first full news conference on the northern Japanese island of Sado January 31, 2005 since leaving North Korea and coming to live in Japan. "I've never met Kim Jong-il, but he is an evil man," Jenkins said. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
KOREA NORTH JAPAN JENKNS
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January 31, 2005 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins uses a handkerchief during his first full news conference since leaving... 
Sado, Japan 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins uses a handkerchief during his first full news conference since ... 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins uses a handkerchief during his first full news conference since leaving North Korea in Sado, Japan. Former U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins uses a handkerchief during his first full news conference in Sado, a remote island in northern Japan, January 31, 2005, since leaving North Korea and coming to live in Japan. "I've never met Kim Jong-il, but he is an evil man," Jenkins said at the news conference. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
KOREA NORTH JAPAN JENKNS
RTRLVY1 
January 31, 2005 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins uses a handkerchief during his first full news conference since leaving... 
Sado, Japan 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins uses a handkerchief during his first full news conference since ... 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins uses a handkerchief during his first full news conference since leaving North Korea in Sado, Japan. Former U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins uses a handkerchief during his first full news conference in Sado, a remote island in northern Japan, January 31, 2005, since leaving North Korea and coming to live in Japan. "I've never met Kim Jong-il, but he is an evil man," Jenkins said at the news conference. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
KOREA NORTH JAPAN JENKNS
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January 31, 2005 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins speaks during his first full news conference since leaving North Korea... 
Sado, Japan 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins speaks during his first full news conference since leaving North ... 
Former US Army deserter Jenkins speaks during his first full news conference since leaving North Korea in Sado. Former U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins speaks in Sado, a remote island in northern Japan, for his first full news conference since leaving North Korea and coming to live in Japan January 31, 2005. "I've never met Kim Jong-il, but he is an evil man," Jenkins said at the news conference. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
KOREA NORTH JAPAN JENKNS
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January 31, 2005 
Former US Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins enters a Mano city office on Sado island in northern Japan... 
Sado, Japan 
Former US Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins enters a Mano city office on Sado island in northern ...... 
Former US Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins enters a Mano city office on Sado island in northern Japan for his first full news conference. Former U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins enters a Mano city office on Sado, a remote island in northern Japan, for his first full news conference since leaving North Korea and coming to live in Japan January 31, 2005. "I've never met Kim Jong-il, but he is an evil man," Jenkins said at the news conference. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
JAPAN JENKINS
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December 07, 2004 
Former U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (L), who deserted to North Korea four decades ago, and... 
Japan 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins and wife Hitomi Soga receive flowers on arrival in Sado, Japan. 
Former U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (L), who deserted to North Korea four decades ago, and his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga receive bouquets in welcome on arrival at a town hall of Soga's hometown Sado, in northern Japan December 7, 2004. Given a dishonourable discharge, Jenkins left U.S. Army camp Zama earlier in the day with Soga, who returned to Japan two years ago, and their daughters Mika and Brinda, to begin their new life on the remote island. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW 
JAPAN JENKINS
RTRHNGC 
December 07, 2004 
Former U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins, who deserted to North Korea four decades ago, faces... 
Japan 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins faces reporters in Sado, Japan. 
Former U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins, who deserted to North Korea four decades ago, faces reporters at a town hall of his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga's hometown Sado on the Japan Sea coast December 7, 2004. Given a dishonourable discharge, Jenkins left U.S. Army camp Zama earlier in the day with his family, and said that he wanted to live "his remaining days" on the island. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW 
JAPAN JENKINS
RTRHNDK 
December 07, 2004 
Mika Soga, daughter of U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins, speaks to reporters in Japanese as... 
Japan 
Mika Soga, daughter of U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins, speaks in Sado, Japan. 
Mika Soga, daughter of U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins, speaks to reporters in Japanese as her sister Brinda listens in Sado, northern Japan December 7, 2004. Jenkins, who deserted to North Korea four decades ago, said he decided to turn himself in to the U.S. military and risk jail for the sake of his North Korean-born daughters, whom he feared might be used as spies by the government. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW 
JAPAN JENKINS
RTRHNBS 
December 07, 2004 
Hitomi Soga wipes her eyes at a news conference in Sado, northern Japan December 7, 2004, after her husband,... 
Japan 
Hitomi Soga wipes her eyes at news conference in Sado, Japan. 
Hitomi Soga wipes her eyes at a news conference in Sado, northern Japan December 7, 2004, after her husband, U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins left U.S. Army Camp Zama upon being given a dishonourable discharge. Soga has reiterated her dream, to live in her hometown with her husband and their two daughters Mika and Brinda. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW 
JAPAN JENKINS
RTRHNAT 
December 07, 2004 
Former abductee Hitomi Soga leads U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins and daughters into news conference... 
Japan 
Former abductee Hitomi Soga leads U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins and daughters into news ... 
Former abductee Hitomi Soga leads U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins and daughters into news conference room in Sado, Japan. Former abductee by North Korea Hitomi Soga (R) leads her husband, U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins and their daughters Mika (2nd L) and Brinda into a news conference room at a town hall in Sado, northern Japan December 7, 2004. Jenkins, who deserted to North Korea four decades ago, said he decided to turn himself in to the U.S. military and risk jail for the sake of his North Korean-born daughters, whom he feared might be used as spies by the government. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita 
JAPAN JENKINS
RTRHN9U 
December 07, 2004 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins bows in Japanese style upon giving a statement at a town hall... 
Sado, Japan 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins bows in Japanese style on giving statement in Sado, Japan. 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins bows in Japanese style upon giving a statement at a town hall of his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga's hometown Sado, in northern Japan December 7, 2004. Given a dishonourable discharge, Jenkins left U.S. Army camp Zama earlier in the day with Soga, who returned to Japan two years ago, and their daughters Mika and Brinda, to begin their new life on the remote island. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW 
JAPAN JENKINS
RTRHN5X 
December 07, 2004 
Former U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins, who deserted to North Korea four decades ago, smiles... 
Sado, Japan 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins smiles on receiving flowers on arrival in Sado, Japan. 
Former U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins, who deserted to North Korea four decades ago, smiles as he receives a bouquet in welcome on arrival at a town hall of his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga's hometown Sado, in northern Japan December 7, 2004. Given a dishonourable discharge, Jenkins left U.S. Army camp Zama earlier in the day with Soga, who returned to Japan two years ago, and their daughters Mika and Brinda, to begin their new life on the remote island. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES 
JAPAN JENKINS
RTRHN4F 
December 07, 2004 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins, wife Hitomi Soga and daughters smile with flowers on arrival in Sado,... 
Japan 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins, wife Hitomi Soga and daughters smile with flowers on arrival in ...... 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins, wife Hitomi Soga and daughters smile with flowers on arrival in Sado, Japan. U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins, his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga, and their daughters Mika (2nd R) and Brinda smile as they receive flowers in welcome on arrival at a town hall of Soga's hometown Sado, in northern Japan December 7, 2004. Jenkins, who deserted to North Korea four decades ago, said he decided to turn himself in to the U.S. military and risk jail for the sake of his North Korean-born daughters, whom he feared might be used as spies by the government. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita 
JAPAN JENKINS
RTRHN2N 
December 07, 2004 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins smiles as he is welcomed on arrival at a town hall of his Japanese... 
Sado, Japan 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins smiles as he is welcomed on arrival at a town hall in Sado, Japan.... 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Robert Jenkins smiles as he is welcomed on arrival at a town hall of his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga's hometown Sado on the Japan Sea coast December 7, 2004. Given a dishonourable discharge, Jenkins left U.S. Army camp Zama earlier in the day with Soga, who returned to Japan two years ago, and their daughters Mika and Brinda, to begin their new life on the remote island. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW 
JAPAN JENKINS
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December 07, 2004 
Former U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (L), who deserted to North Korea four decades ago, and... 
Sado, Japan 
U.S. Army deserter Charles Jenkins and wife Hitomi Soga receive flowers on arrival in Mano, Japan. 
Former U.S. Army sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (L), who deserted to North Korea four decades ago, and his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga, abducted by Pyongyang agents a quarter of a century ago, smile as they receive flower bouquets in welcome on arrival at a town hall of Soga's hometown Sado, in northern Japan December 7, 2004. Given a dishonourable discharge, Jenkins left U.S. Army camp Zama earlier in the day with Soga, who returned to Japan two years ago, and their daughters Mika and Brinda, to begin their new life on the remote island. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW 
JENKINS
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at Camp Zama in Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004.... 
Zama, Japan 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at Camp Zama in Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, ..... 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at Camp Zama in Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. [Jenkins surrendered on Saturday at an American base in Japan to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea.] 
JAPAN JENKINS
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo September... 
Zama, Japan 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa TA/TW 
JAPAN JENKINS
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins leaves a hospital in Tokyo in this September 11, 2004 file... 
Tokyo, Japan 
File photo of US army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins leaving a hospital. 
U.S. army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins leaves a hospital in Tokyo in this September 11, 2004 file photo. A U.S. soldier who disappeared into communist North Korea nearly 40 years ago while on a winter night patrol pleaded guilty to desertion charges at a court martial on November 3, 2004. A legal deal for Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins would decide whether he can go free and resume life with his Japanese wife, Hitomi Soga, thus solving a diplomatic headache for Japan and its close ally, the United States. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao/Files CP 
JAPAN JENKINS
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at Camp Zama, west of Tokyo in this September 11, 2004... 
Tokyo, Japan 
File photo of US army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arriving at Camp Zama. 
U.S. army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at Camp Zama, west of Tokyo in this September 11, 2004 file photo. A U.S. soldier who disappeared into communist North Korea nearly 40 years ago while on a winter night patrol pleaded guilty to desertion charges at a court martial on November 3, 2004. A legal deal for Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins would decide whether he can go free and resume life with his Japanese wife, Hitomi Soga, thus solving a diplomatic headache for Japan and its close ally, the United States. REUTERS/Issei Kato/Files CP 
JAPAN JENKINS
RTRCTTL 
September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins gets out of a car before entering the U.S. Army Provost Marshal's... 
Japan 
U.S. Army Sergeant Jenkins gets out of a car at Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins gets out of a car before entering the U.S. Army Provost Marshal's office at Camp Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins was a 24-year-old army sergeant from the tiny town of Rich Aquare, North Carolina when he went missing while on patrol in South Korea in 1956. Now 64, his face lined and body frail, Jenkins will walk into court at a U.S. Army base in Japan on November 3 to face charges that he deserted to North Korea and later aided the enemy, encouraged disloyalty and solicited other service members to desert. Picture taken September 11, 2004. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/PB 
JAPAN JENKINS
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo September... 
Zama, Japan 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa TA/TW 
JAPAN JENKINS
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September 11, 2004 
Hitomi Soga, wife of U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins, and their daughters enter Provost Marshal... 
Japan 
Hitomi Soga, wife of U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins, and their daughters enter Provost ...... 
Hitomi Soga, wife of U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins, and their daughters enter Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. Hitomi Soga (L), wife of U.S. Army Sergeant Charles, and their daughters, Belinda (front) and Mika, arrive at the U.S. Army Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins enters Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins enters Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, ...... 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins enters Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins enters U.S. Army Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins follows Lt Col Paul Nigara at Provost Marshal office at American... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins follows Lt Col Paul Nigara at Provost Marshal office at ...... 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins follows Lt Col Paul Nigara at Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (L), follows Lt Col Paul Nigara as he enters U.S. Army Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins listens to Lt Col Paul Nigara at Provost Marshal office at... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins listens to Lt Col Paul Nigara at Provost Marshal office at... 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins listens to Lt Col Paul Nigara at Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins listens to Lt Col Paul Nigara before entering U.S. Army Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (L) is escorted by U.S. Lieutenant Colonel Paul Nigara and... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Jenkins is escorted by U.S. soldiers upon his arrival at Camp Zama, west of Tokyo.... 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (L) is escorted by U.S. Lieutenant Colonel Paul Nigara and Captain James Culp (C) before entering the U.S. Army Provost Marshal office at Camp Zama in Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday at an American base in Japan to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins enters Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins enters Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, ...... 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins enters Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins enters a U.S. Army Provost Marshal office at the American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins salutes in front of Provost Marshal office at American base... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins salutes in front of Provost Marshal office at American base... 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins salutes in front of Provost Marshal office at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins salutes at American base Camp Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd L) salutes U.S. Lieutenant Colonel Paul Nigara (R) upon... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Jenkins salutes upon his arrival at Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (2nd L) salutes U.S. Lieutenant Colonel Paul Nigara (R) upon his arrival at Camp Zama in Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday at an American base in Japan to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins salutes upon his arrival at Camp Zama in Zama, west of Tokyo... 
Japan 
U.S. Army Sergeant Jenkins salutes upon his arrival at Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins salutes upon his arrival at Camp Zama in Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday at an American base in Japan to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at Camp Zama in Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004.... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Jenkins arrives at Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at Camp Zama in Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday at an American base in Japan to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at Camp Zama in Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004.... 
Zama, Japan 
U.S. Army Sergeant Jenkins arrives at Camp Zama, west of Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins arrives at Camp Zama in Zama, west of Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins surrendered on Saturday at an American base in Japan to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins walks towards a van to leave Tokyo Women's Medical University... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins leaves a hospital in Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins walks towards a van to leave Tokyo Women's Medical University Hospital, where he has been staying, in Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins, accompanied by his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga and his two North Korean-born daughters, was to surrender on Saturday at Camp Zama, the U.S. Army's headquarters in Japan east of Tokyo, to face charges that he deserted to communist North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/TW 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (C), accompanied by his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga (R) and two... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins leaves a hospital in Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (C), accompanied by his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga (R) and two daugthers, shakes hands with Tokyo Women's Medical University Hospital director Hiroshi Toma (L) as he leaves the hospital in Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins was to surrender on Saturday at Camp Zama, the U.S. Army's headquarters in Japan west of Tokyo, to face charges that he deserted to North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/TW 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins leaves a hospital in Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins was... 
Tokyo, Japan 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins leaves a hospital in Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins leaves a hospital in Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins was to surrender on Saturday at Camp Zama, the U.S. Army's headquarters in Japan west of Tokyo, to face charges that he deserted to North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/TW 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins leaves a hospital in Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins was... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins leaves a hospital in Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins leaves a hospital in Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins was to surrender on Saturday at Camp Zama, the U.S. Army's headquarters in Japan west of Tokyo, to face charges that he deserted to North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/TW 
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September 11, 2004 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (L), accompanied by his daughters Mika (C) and Belinda, leaves... 
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U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins, accompanied by his daughters, leaves a hospital in Tokyo. 
U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins (L), accompanied by his daughters Mika (C) and Belinda, leaves a hospital in Tokyo September 11, 2004. Jenkins was to surrender on Saturday at Camp Zama, the U.S. Army's headquarters in Japan west of Tokyo, to face charges that he deserted to North Korea on a wintry night four decades ago while on patrol in South Korea. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/TW 
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September 01, 2004 
- PHOTO TAKEN 18JUL04 - American soldier Charles Robert Jenkins, accused of deserting to North Korea... 
Tokyo, Japan 
- PHOTO TAKEN 18JUL04 - American soldier Charles Robert Jenkins, accused of deserting to North Korea..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 18JUL04 - American soldier Charles Robert Jenkins, accused of deserting to North Korea in 1965 and now in hospital in Tokyo, is seen arriving at Haneda airport July 18, 2004. [Jenkins said September 1, 2004 that he was willing to report to the U.S. military in Japan to face charges, a step towards resolving a diplomatic standoff between Tokyo and Washington. Jenkins arrived in July for medical care after being reunited in Jakarta with his Japanese wife, Hitomi Soga, former abductee by North Korea.] Photo taken July 18. 
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July 24, 2004 
James Hyman (R), nephew of Charles Robert Jenkins, who is accused of deserting to North Korea, speaks... 
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James Hyman (R), nephew of Charles Robert Jenkins, who is accused of deserting to North Korea, speak..... 
James Hyman (R), nephew of Charles Robert Jenkins, who is accused of deserting to North Korea, speaks during a news conference in Tokyo July 24, 2004. [Hyman said the Japanese government has kept him from meeting his uncle, who was admitted to Tokyo Women's Medial University Hospital last Sunday after reuniting with his Japanese wife Hitomi Soga in Jakarta on July 9.] 
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