From The Washington Post:
It sounds crazy, but there is good reason to suspect that this story, in the prominent South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo, could be true. According to the story, North Korea ordered its diplomats in some number of foreign embassies, including at least one in Eastern Europe, to sell illegal drugs on the streets. The diplomats, according to a defector who spoke to South Korean intelligence, were each sent abroad with 20 kilograms (about 44 pounds) of drugs and were told to raise $300,000 from the sales.
In case that is not weird enough for you, the diplomats were told that they were being asked to forgo their ambassadorial responsibilities in favor of pushing illicit drugs in order “to prove their loyalty and mark the birthday of nation founder Kim Il Sung on April 15.”
From the BBC News Three men charged over Norwich ‘Oompa Loompas’ attack:
Officers appealed for information following an incident at a kebab shop in Norwich on 27 December.
A 28-year-old man suffered cuts and bruises in the attack which took place on the Prince of Wales Road.
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