• Kyodo


Pyongyang has discovered the remains of Japanese who stayed on the Korean Peninsula after the war, one of the North’s senior officials told a visiting Japanese delegation this week.

But Tokyo is handling the matter with caution, fearing it may be just another of Pyongyang’s ruses following last week’s botched missile launch that left the communist regime even more isolated on the global stage, sources in the delegation said.

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