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South Korean watchdog finds no foul play in defection of North Korean waitresses

Credit: Reuters- Published on September 10, 2019
An investigation by South Korea's human rights watchdog found no evidence the country's spy agency tricked or coerced a dozen North Korean restaurant workers into defecting in 2016, as some have alleged, documents reviewed by Reuters showed on Tuesday.
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Published on September 7, 2019 -  03:03
Watch: Rajnath Singh visits Joint Security Area in Korean Demilitarised Zone
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh visited Joint Security Area (JSA) at Panmunjom. JSA is a small neutral camp in Korean Demilitarised Zone which is used by North and South Korea for diplomatic engagements.

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