Sep 18, 2015

North Korea made South an offer it could refuse: Give us $10 billion and we’ll talk | National Post

Late North Korean leader Kim Jong Il repeatedly pushed for summit talks with South Korea before his 2011 death but the plans failed because Pyongyang demanded $10 billion and large-scale shipments of...

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