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Russian diplomats and their families leave North Korea by hand-pushed rail trolley due to Covid-19 restrictions

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Eight employees of Russia's Embassy in Pyongyang and their families spent more than 34 hours trying to leave North Korea this week, a...
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Eight employees of Russia’s Embassy in North Korea and their families spent more than 34 hours trying to leave North Korea this week, a grueling trip that ended with at least one diplomat pushing his luggage and young children on a railway trolley into Russian territory. CNN’s Paula Hancocks...

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