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Chad O'Carroll has written on North Korea since 2010 and writes between London and Seoul.
The expat community in Pyongyang shrunk again on Thursday, with more diplomats and humanitarian workers leaving as a result of strict COVID-19 prevention measures that have significantly hampered their work since January, multiple informed sources told NK News.
A number of Polish, Czech and Mongolian diplomats left by land and were accompanied by five nongovernmental organization (NGO) personnel, the sources said — just days after details emerged that two Swedish diplomats left the country.