Aid workers, Korean Americans voice concern about new North Korea travel rules

SEOUL — American humanitarian agencies that work in North Korea and Americans with relatives there are expressing grave concerns about the new restrictions on U.S. citizens traveling to the country.

The restrictions, due to be announced in the Federal Register Tuesday, will require all American citizens who hope to travel to North Korea to apply to the State Department for a passport with a special validation.

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