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North apologizes for 'suspected' killing of South Korean civil servant
North apologizes for 'suspected' killing of South Korean civil servant
North Korea
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Friday apologized for the developments surrounding a South Korean civil servant who was allegedly killed and incinerated by the North Korean military. The North’s Unification Front Department on Friday sent a communique addressed to Seoul’s presidential office outlining the events and including an expression of regret from Kim. “I have apologetic thoughts to President Moon Jae-in and compatriots of the South for the unfortunate incident tha
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 Moon briefed 4 times on killed civil servant, UN message too late to be changed: Cheong Wa Dae
Moon briefed 4 times on killed civil servant, UN message too late to be changed: Cheong Wa Dae
Politics
President Moon Jae-in was briefed on four occasions between Tuesday and Thursday on developments concerning the South Korean civil servant killed by the North Korean military, Cheong Wa Dae said. According to the presidential office, Moon was first briefed on the matter at 6:36 p.m. on Tuesday in the form of a written report. The report was made about three hours after the South’s military obtained intelligence that the civil servant was spotted by the North Korean military. At 10:30
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