‘Ghost ship’ washed ashore in Japan, clues point to North Korea

Ocean currents off the coast of Japan shift and the waters get choppy in winter months, routinely washing ships ashore. More than 40 boats full of dead people have washed up this year, according to Sky News. In 2016, the number was 66. The 23-foot boat was …
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