Brewing tea in the shadow of a North Korean missile

Amanda Harlow, who lives in the nearby city of Sapporo, was watching television with her partner when they received the same message on their phones, then over the news. “We just looked at each other and thought ‘what do we do?’ “Our nearest possible …
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