North Korea's Kim Jong-un apologises for killing of South Korean official
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has apologised for the killing of a South Korean official at sea. The incident sparked a huge backlash in Seoul. The rare apology was relayed through a letter to South Korean President Moon Jae-in. In it, Mr Kim expressed regret for the killing and called it an "unexpected and disgraceful event". Analysts believe the North is looking to placate its neighbour.