Eight ‘North Korean fishermen’ wash ashore in Japan

These are external links and will open in a new window A boat carrying eight men claiming to be North Korean fishermen has washed ashore the coast in Japan. Japanese police said the men were found at Yurihonjo city’s marina late on Thursday, and taken into …
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