North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says he is sorry for the shooting death of a South Korean official. The statement should cool tensions between the two Koreas, leaving room for future diplomacy.

Kim Jong Un Apologizes For Shooting Death Of South Korean Official

By Anthony Kuhn NPR
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