Japan approves plan to join child custody pact

An official says Japans Cabinet has approved a plan to join a global child custody pact.Yusuke Asakura says that Prime Minister Naoto Kans Cabinet endorsed the move Friday. It came after intense foreign pressure on Tokyo to revise policies some say allow Japanese mothers to too easily take their children away from foreign fathers.Japan is the only Group of Seven nation that hasnt signed the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction.

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