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US Investigating Investigates Report Of Executed North Korean Official

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US Investigating Investigates Report Of Executed North Korean Official

US Investigating Investigates Report Of Executed North Korean Official

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. is looking into a report about North Korea.

According to Business Insider, the report says North Korea executed a top envoy.

He reportedly was killed for “being recruited by U.S. imperialists and betraying the supreme leader.” The execution reportedly took place after the summit between North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump.

The summit did not go well after the two leaders failed to reach an agreement over nuclear disarming.

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