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North Korean leader Kim Jong-un apologises for 'unsavoury' killing of South Korean national

DNA Friday, 25 September 2020
The North said the "unidentified" man, who crossed the western sea border without authorization, did not respond sincerely to its verbal security checks aboard a floating material about 80 metres away.
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South Korean official went missing on Monday and Seoul said he had been shot and his body burned.

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