Evidence of building collapse inconclusive | NK News
June 17, 2024
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Evidence of building collapse inconclusive

NK News investigation, in-country sources cast doubts on media reports

Satellite imagery analysis and NK News’ in-country sources have cast some doubts on South Korean media reports of a fatal building collapse in Pyongyang, alleged to have occurred around April 10.

Both News Can and Channel A news reported that as many as 60 North Korean construction workers were killed and hundreds more buried, following the collapse at a construction site on Ryomyong Street.

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