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South Korea says North Korea's absent Kim may be trying to avoid coronavirus

Reuters Tuesday, 28 April 2020
Fear of catching the coronavirus could have kept North Korean leader Kim Jong Un away from state ceremonies for a key holiday in mid-April, a South Korean minister said on Tuesday as speculation swirled over Kim's whereabouts and health.
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