In Russia's Pacific port, residents await North Korea's Kim Jong Un
In Russia's Pacific port, residents said they were anticipating a visit by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that the United States fears could lead to more weapons supplies for Russia's military in Ukraine.
Kim's trip is still unconfirmed. It was first reported by the New York Times citing unidentified U.S. officials and South Korea's intelligence agency said it was possible. But state media in both North Korea and Russia have been silent.
The Kremlin said it had "nothing to say" on the matter, though President Vladimir Putin is due...