N. Korea's leader Kim reportedly receives vaccine, China rejects news

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has already been inoculated with a novel coronavirus vaccine provided by China, an analyst at a Washington-based think tank has said, but the Chinese Foreign Ministry rejected the report on Tuesday.Harry Kazianis, a North Korean expert at the Center for the National Interest, said in his article that Kim and his family, as well as aides, are believed to have received a vaccine within the past two or three weeks, citing two Japanese intelligence sources.Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying, however, told reporters in Beijing, “I do not know where thi…

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