American Who Tried to Cross Into North Korea Will Be Deported

November 15, 2017
South Korea will deport a U.S. citizen who allegedly tried to enter North Korea across the heavily mined inter-Korean border on Monday, the same day a North Korean soldier defected to the South.
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