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February 01, 2007

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This is a great article and the issue is something that all parents in the US afraid of having their child internationally abducted should be aware of. The Japan Children's Rights Network website is starting a page to document cases like this and to help parents know about the policies on various airlines.

http://www.crnjapan.com/prevention/en/airlines.html

If anyone reading this has a Japan prevention case in progress, other information on our site may also be helpful.

Very Interesting. Are Airlines liable for their employees tipping off the abductor, when the left-behind parent tries to recover the child.? This particular case involves a Hague convention application and the airline employee tipped off the abductor on our travel plans, so that he could disrupt and delay our efforts.

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