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U.N. Aid Chief: ‘Evidence of Humanitarian Need,’ Some Progress in N. Korea

The U.N. aid chief has found “clear evidence of humanitarian need” in North Korea during a visit that included touring hospitals, nurseries, kindergartens, and cooperative farms. Mark Lowcock’s visit, which began Monday, included meetings with Kim Yong Nam, North Korea’s nominal head of state, and Jang Jun Sang, the minister of public health, according to Pyongyang’s official news site, KCNA. Lowcock made the visit, the first of its kind since 2011, “to understand the...

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