Japan Deports North Korean Leader's Son to China

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Friday, May. 4, 2001 The son of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has been deported from Japan after trying to enter the country Thursday using a false passport from the Dominican Republic. Kim Jong Nam, 29, was traveling with three other people -- two women and a four-year-old boy, believed to be relatives -- and was apparently bound for Tokyo's Disneyland. Japan has kept silent on the issue, refusing to confirm the man's real identity, highlighting the extremely sensitive nature of Japan's relations with communist North...