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North Korea Unhappy About U.S. Travel Ban


According to Al Jazeera, the Communist government still wants American tourists to visit their country. This, despite the long history of war threats by dictator Kim Jong-un and his generals that continue almost daily.

Also fresh on all American minds is the recent fatal tragedy of American student Otto Wambier. He was imprisoned for allegedly stealing a wall poster. Then, after nearly two years of abusive treatment, he was dying when the North Koreans released him.

The U.S. State Dept. officially forbids Americans from visiting the hostile country. In the opinion of most seniors, especially those of us who served in the Korean War, any American who considers going to North Korea is risking imprisonment or worse.

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