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North Korea says it will remove Mt Kumgang resort facilities if South insists on talks

Reuters Friday, 15 November 2019 ()
North Korea said on Friday it had sent South Korea an "ultimatum" about its Mt Kumgang tourist resort, saying it will unilaterally remove South Korea's facilities there if Seoul insists on talks about the issue.
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