Japan nuclear boss sorry for ‘better if North Korea hits Tokyo’ remark

A top Japanese official has admitted it was “inappropriate” to say he would prefer North Korea to attack Tokyo rather than a nuclear power plant. Shunichi Tanaka, the boss of Japan’s nuclear energy regulator, claimed it would be better for Pyongyang to …
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