Shots fired at North Korea-linked group HQ in Japan

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese police arrested two men on Friday after several bullets were fired at the Tokyo headquarters of a group linked to North Korea, a spokesman and media said. The men pulled up at the complex housing the pro-Pyongyang General …
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