North Korean soldier guards the entrance to Pyongyang’s Kumsusan mausoleum in 2013, where the bodies of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il lie embalmed. The death last week of American student Otto Warmbier, who fell into a coma after being arrested in North Korea, has raised questions about whether his tour agency was adequately prepared for its trips into the hard-line communist state.
North Korean soldier guards the entrance to Pyongyang’s Kumsusan mausoleum in 2013, where the bodies of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il lie embalmed. The death last week of American student Otto Warmbier, who fell into a coma after being arrested in North Korea, has raised questions about whether his tour agency was adequately prepared for its trips into the hard-line communist state. David Guttenfelder Associated Press file
North Korean soldier guards the entrance to Pyongyang’s Kumsusan mausoleum in 2013, where the bodies of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il lie embalmed. The death last week of American student Otto Warmbier, who fell into a coma after being arrested in North Korea, has raised questions about whether his tour agency was adequately prepared for its trips into the hard-line communist state. David Guttenfelder Associated Press file

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