North Korea says it will sever ties with Malaysia over extradition of ‘innocent citizen’ to U.S.: KCNA By Reuters
SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea said it would sever diplomatic relations with Malaysia after a court there ruled that a North Korean man could be extradited to the United States to face money laundering charges, state media KCNA reported on Friday.
North Korea also warned that Washington would “pay a price”, KCNA reported.
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