In a photo taken Oct. 28, 2019, frozen squid is prepared at a fish stall in a market in Seoul (AFP / Ed JONES).
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South Korea expelled Thursday two North Korean fishermen suspected of killing 16 colleagues before crossing the border into the South last week, South Korea's Unification Ministry said.The two men, both in their 20s, breached the inter-Korean maritime frontier off the east coast into the South aboard a squid fishing boat on Saturday and South Korean authorities detained them for questioning, ministry spokesman Lee Sang-min said.The authorities concluded after their investigation that the men had fled to the South after killing 16 other men on the vessel, Lee said.
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