Japan weighs plans to deal with North Korean evacuees in case of crisis

TOKYO, Nov 16 (Reuters) – Japan is studying plans to cope with an influx of perhaps tens of thousands of North Korean evacuees if a military or other crisis breaks out on the peninsula, including ways to weed out spies and terrorists, a domestic …
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