More North Korean ‘ghost ships’ washing up on Japan’s coast due to food shortage, sanctions, analysts say

But the North Korean boats can barely stand the rough seas during their long journeys and often fall apart before reaching Japan. The Associated Press contributed to this report. Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News.
( read original story …)


Related Post

Japanese restaurant Etsu is expanding – with...
views 74
Japanese restaurant Etsu has announced its expansi...
Bank of Japan governor Kuroda nominated for second...
views 170
Japan's government has nominated Haruhiko Kuroda f...
Insider's View: Gamba Osaka
views 416
After a disappointing 2016 ACL campaign, the 2008 ...
Japan's farm sector in US crosshairs
views 318
WASHINGTON -- Opening up the Japanese market to U....
Sapporo website offers ‘slipperiness forecasts’ in...
views 257
Sapporo – While most winter weather reports ...
TOKYO | The Latest: PM Abe says Japan-French ties ...
views 50
Tokyo prosecutors on Monday charged Ghosn, another...
Tokyo: Matsuzaka joins cast of Chen Kaige’s ...
views 297
The casting was announced today at Tokyo Internati...
Bank of Thailand signs memo with Japan finance min...
views 234
BANGKOK: Bank of Thailand announced the two bodies...
Japan seen adopting extra budget despite solid eco...
views 251
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese government is widel...
Japan’s cosmetics exports head for sixth str...
views 69
TOKYO -- Japan's cosmetics exports are on track to...