Seoul — North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has replaced foreign minister Ri Yong-ho, Seoul-based media reported at the weekend.

NK News, a usually well-informed outlet, citing multiple unnamed sources in Pyongyang, said Ri would be replaced by Ri Son-gwon, the former chairman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country (CPRC), who played a prominent role in inter-Korean talks in early 2018...

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