Ghost ships believed to be from North Korea wash ashore in Japan

“What it signifies to me is the conditions in North Korea are exceptionally grim,” Kingston told ABC News in an interview in Tokyo. According to Kingston, Japan has seen a surge in suspected North Korean ships arriving on its shores since North Korean …
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