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South Korea minister, U.S. sources, say Kim may be sheltering from virus

Reuters Tuesday, 28 April 2020
Fear of the coronavirus could have been keeping North Korean leader Kim Jong Un out of public sight since mid-April, a South Korean minister and U.S. sources said on Tuesday, following intense speculation and concern as to his whereabouts and health.
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