Japan to strengthen response to North Korean ‘ghost boats’

TOKYO — With a record number of wooden boats drifting into coastal areas, the Japanese government is bolstering patrols and other measures to better respond to what are believed to be illegal fishing vessels from North Korea. A total of 83 such vessels …
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