WARABI, SAITAMA PREF. Mazlum Balibay paves Japan's roads, digs its sewers and lays its water pipes — all for a country that doesn't want him. Balibay, 24, is a Kurdish asylum seeker who fled to Japan more than eight years ago after he said his ... Japan Times, 2 weeks ago
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