Japan court upholds withholding subsidy from pro-Pyongyang school

Tension over North Korea's nuclear programme has led to a dispute over education in Japan. North Korean students there attend schools that receive support from Pyongyang.

    Tension over North Korea's nuclear programme has led to a dispute over education in Japan. North Korean students there attend schools that receive support from Pyongyang.

    They have lost a lawsuit against the Japanese government's decision to withhold school subsidies.

    Al Jazeera's Craig Leeson reports from Tokyo.


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