Boats full of dead people from North Korea keep showing up in Japan — here’s why

Kyodo via Reuters Dozens of ships containing bodies have washed up in Japan recently. The evidence indicates the “ghost ships” are coming from North Korea. It isn’t a new phenomenon, but it’s happening more frequently. One expert told Business Insider it …
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