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N. Korean refugees 'arrested in Kunming'

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At least 13 refugees from North Korea have been arrested in the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming while they were trying to reach South Korea, media reports said Monday. 

View of North Korea across the Yalu River from the Chinese town of Dujiagou, on February 9, 2013

Chinese police on Friday arrested the 13 who were trying to board a bus bound for an unidentified Southeast Asian nation, Yonhap news agency said.

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