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China Hopes for Stability After N. Korea Execution

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Chinese officials have declined to say if they have been in contact with Pyongyang about the execution of Kim Jong Un's uncle. At China's foreign ministry briefing Friday, authorities described the reported execution of Jang Song Thaek as North Korea's “internal affairs.” Spokesman Hong Lei says as North Korea's neighbor, Beijing hopes to see stability and people living in happiness. The execution sent shockwaves through the North Korean elite and has the potential...

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