Kim Jong Un lives in fear of preventative strike by US, defector says

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2018.02.15. 03:00
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A former high-ranking official in the North Korean regime said Wednesday that dictator Kim Jong Un's recent overtures to South Korea have come out of fear that the U.S. will launch a preventative strike against him.



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