Japanese evening tabloids lead with the news that Yamato Tanooka, the missing 7-year-old Japanese boy was found alive in Hokkaido, on June 3, 2016, Tokyo, Japan. The boy was found alone in an empty hut in a training area for Japanese Self-Defense Forces in the town of Shikabe, Hokkaido, 5 kilometres from where he was abandoned by his parents 7 days earlier as punishment. Tanooka's father regretted the incident and said he had to apologised to Yamato and wanted to extend an apology to society as well. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)

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Missing 7 year old found alive in Japan
Japanese evening tabloids lead with the news that Yamato Tanooka, the missing 7-year-old Japanese boy was found alive in Hokkaido, on June 3, 2016, Tokyo, Japan. The boy was found alone in an empty hut in a training area for Japanese Self-Defense Forces in the town of Shikabe, Hokkaido, 5 kilometres from where he was abandoned by his parents 7 days earlier as punishment. Tanooka's father regretted the incident and said he had to apologised to Yamato and wanted to extend an apology to society as well. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)

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Date 3 Jun 2016
Location: Tokyo Japan
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