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Text of report in English by Japan's largest news agency Kyodo
Tokyo, April 21 Kyodo - Japanese and Chinese police met Wednesday to discuss the pesticide-tainted dumpling case that sickened 10 people in Japan in 2007-2008, for the first time since China detained a suspect in March.
Lu Yueting, a 35-year-old former temporary employee at Tianyang Food Plant in northern China's Hebei Province, is suspected of injecting methamidophos with a syringe into the frozen dumplings, which were later exported to Japan between October and December of 2007. But some details provided by the Chinese side differ from the evidence found in Japan.
Two people in the city of …