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    The number of North Korean fugitives is heading south

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    The number of North Korean fugitives is heading south Empty The number of North Korean fugitives is heading south

    Post by Rocky Sun 24 Dec 2017, 4:06 am


    The number of North Korean fugitives is heading south

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    The number of North Koreans fleeing across the border into South Korea has risen to 15 this year, compared with five last year, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported Sunday. 
    Among the 15 fugitives in 2017 were four soldiers who had defected from the army in their country and had taken refuge in Seoul through the demilitarized zone between the two countries, the agency quoted South Korean authorities as saying.
    "This number represents a threefold increase over last year, with five North Koreans, including a soldier, taking refuge in the southern neighbor across the inter-Korean border," she said.
    "The government is currently considering the reasons for the recent increase in the number of refugees from North Korea," a South Korean official said.
    Seven South Koreans have taken refuge in South Korea by sea in 2015. Ending / 25 z


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