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North Korea defectors criticised over speculation Kim was ill or dead

Reuters Monday, 4 May 2020
A former senior North Korean diplomat apologised on Monday after saying leader Kim Jong Un was likely so ill he could not stand, days before he emerged in state media chain smoking and walking briskly at an event attended by hundreds of officials.
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