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North Korea leader Kim Jong Un apologises over the killing of S. Korean official: Seoul

WorldNews Friday, 25 September 2020
North Korea leader Kim Jong Un apologises over the killing of S. Korean official: SeoulNorth Korea expressed regret on Friday over the death of a missing South Korean, saying it shot him as part of measures to battle the coronavirus, the South's national security adviser said. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sent a...
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