‘Ghost boats’ believed from North Korea wash up on Japan shores

TOKYO – Scores of dilapidated wooden boats believed to be from North Korea have washed ashore in northern Japan in a seasonal influx. The coast guard said Monday that 95 rickety boats, sometimes carry…
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