North Korea nuclear crisis: Japan bracing itself for influx of evacuees if war erupts

Japan is studying plans to cope with an influx of perhaps tens of thousands of North Korean evacuees if a military or other crisis breaks out on the peninsula, including ways to weed out spies and terrorists, a domestic newspaper said.

The Japan Coast Guard would escort boats fleeing North Korea to designated ports, where police would screen them by checking their identity and possible criminal records and expel those deemed a threat, The Yomiuri newspaper said on Thursday.

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  • canminuteman

    Or they could just transport them to South Korea.

  • Malcolm Y

    C’mon admit it: Koreans are really odd looking.

    • Clausewitz

      Oh my God, he is short and fat. Once again Trump was right.

  • Alain

    Now that is proper border control, something that has become unknown in the West.