North Korea wanted US to pay for care of comatose Otto Warmbier before return

Media reports reveal North Korea insisted the United States pay $US2 million dollars in medical costs before releasing detained American college student Otto Warmbier while he was in a coma in 2017.

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KCNA: “The Supreme Leader sincerely wished that Russia would certainly prosper as a powerful and dignified great country under the leadership of President Putin. The banquet proceeded in an amicable atmosphere overflowing with the feelings of friendship.”

KCNA: "The Supreme Leader sincerely wished that Russia would certainly prosper as a powerful and dignified great country under the leadership of President Putin. The banquet proceeded in an amicable atmosphere overflowing with the feelings of friendship."

KCNA: “Kim Jong Un invited Putin to visit the DPRK at a convenient time and the invitation was readily accepted.”

KCNA: "Kim Jong Un invited Putin to visit the DPRK at a convenient time and the invitation was readily accepted."

KCNA: Kim Jong Un “added that peace and security on the Korean peninsula will entirely depend on the U.S. future attitude, and the DPRK will gird itself for every possible situation.”

KCNA: Kim Jong Un "added that peace and security on the Korean peninsula will entirely depend on the U.S. future attitude, and the DPRK will gird itself for every possible situation."

KCNA: “Kim Jong Un said that the situation on the Korean peninsula and the region is at a standstill and has reached a critical point where it may return to its original state as the U.S. took an unilateral attitude in bad faith at the recent second DPRK-U.S. summit talks.”

KCNA: "Kim Jong Un said that the situation on the Korean peninsula and the region is at a standstill and has reached a critical point where it may return to its original state as the U.S. took an unilateral attitude in bad faith at the recent second DPRK-U.S. summit talks."