Seoul approves $8 million aid for hungry North Korea; Pyongyang's propaganda outlet terms move 'non-essential'
Wednesday, 5 June 2019 () South Korea approved $8 million in humanitarian aid for the impoverished North on Wednesday, authorities said, with negotiations over Pyongyang's nuclear arsenal deadlocked and inter-Korean relations at a standstill
SEOUL — Kim Jong-un has cleaned house after the failed Hanoi summit by executing North Korea's special envoy to the United States on spying charges and purged the country's top nuclear negotiators.
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