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JAPAN - APRIL 27: Freelance Journalist Junpei Yasuda, Left, And Ngo Member Nobutaka Watanabe, Right, Attend A Press Conference In Tokyo, Japan On April 27, 2004 - The two were held hostage in Iraq for three days. (Photo by Kurita KAKU/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

JAPAN - APRIL 27:  Freelance Journalist Junpei Yasuda, Left, And Ngo Member Nobutaka Watanabe, Right, Attend A Press Conference In Tokyo, Japan On April 27, 2004 - The two were held hostage in Iraq for three days.  (Photo by Kurita KAKU/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

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JAPAN - APRIL 27: Freelance Journalist Junpei Yasuda, Left, And Ngo Member Nobutaka Watanabe, Right, Attend A Press Conference In Tokyo, Japan On April 27, 2004 - The two were held hostage in Iraq for three days. (Photo by Kurita KAKU/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

JAPAN - APRIL 27:  Freelance Journalist Junpei Yasuda, Left, And Ngo Member Nobutaka Watanabe, Right, Attend A Press Conference In Tokyo, Japan On April 27, 2004 - The two were held hostage in Iraq for three days.  (Photo by Kurita KAKU/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

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AMMAN, JORDAN: Freelance journalist Junpei Yasuda (R), 30, and peace activist Nobutaka Watanabe, 36, the last of five Japanese who had been held hostage in Iraq, hold a press conference after arriving in Amman 18 April 2004. The pair told reporters that they were captured 14 April as they tried to enter the besieged Iraqi town of Fallujah, west of Baghdad, and their masked abductors had neither harmed nor threatened them. AFP PHOTO/Khalil MAZRAAWI (Photo credit should read KHALIL MAZRAAWI/AFP/Getty Images)

AMMAN, JORDAN:  Freelance journalist Junpei Yasuda (R), 30, and peace activist Nobutaka Watanabe, 36, the last of five Japanese who had been held hostage in Iraq, hold a press conference after arriving in Amman 18 April 2004. The pair told reporters that they were captured 14 April as they tried to enter the besieged Iraqi town of Fallujah, west of Baghdad, and their masked abductors had neither harmed nor threatened them. AFP PHOTO/Khalil MAZRAAWI  (Photo credit should read KHALIL MAZRAAWI/AFP/Getty Images)

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NARITA, JAPAN: Freelance journalist Junpei Yasuda (L), one of the last two Japanese former hostages, meets with his parents upon his arrival at New Tokyo International Airport in Narita, suburban Tokyo, 20 April 2004. The two men said they had no plans to return to Iraq, where they were released 17 April after being held for four days by masked gunmen who handed them over to the Committee of Muslim Scholars at a mosque in Baghdad. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read JIJI PRESS/AFP/Getty Images)

NARITA, JAPAN:  Freelance journalist Junpei Yasuda (L), one of the last two Japanese former hostages, meets with his parents upon his arrival at  New Tokyo International Airport in Narita, suburban Tokyo, 20 April 2004.  The two men said they had no plans to return to Iraq, where they were released 17 April after being held for four days by masked gunmen who handed them over to the Committee of Muslim Scholars at a mosque in Baghdad.  AFP PHOTO  (Photo credit should read JIJI PRESS/AFP/Getty Images)

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AMMAN, JORDAN: Freelance journalist Junpei Yasuda (R), 30, and peace activist Nobutaka Watanabe, 36, the last of five Japanese who had been held hostage in Iraq, hold a press conference after arriving in Amman 18 April 2004. The pair told reporters that they were captured 14 April as they tried to enter the besieged Iraqi town of Fallujah, west of Baghdad, and their masked abductors had neither harmed nor threatened them. AFP PHOTO/Khalil MAZRAAWI (Photo credit should read KHALIL MAZRAAWI/AFP/Getty Images)

AMMAN, JORDAN:  Freelance journalist Junpei Yasuda (R), 30, and peace activist Nobutaka Watanabe, 36, the last of five Japanese who had been held hostage in Iraq, hold a press conference after arriving in Amman 18 April 2004. The pair told reporters that they were captured 14 April as they tried to enter the besieged Iraqi town of Fallujah, west of Baghdad, and their masked abductors had neither harmed nor threatened them. AFP PHOTO/Khalil MAZRAAWI  (Photo credit should read KHALIL MAZRAAWI/AFP/Getty Images)