Google chairman Eric Schmidt visiting a university in Pyongyang
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Google boss visits North Korea

The chairman of internet giant Google urges North Korea to allow its citizens to use the internet following a visit to the secretive regime's capital.

The chairman of internet giant Google has urged North Korea to allow its citizens to have access to the world wide web.

Eric Schmidt was speaking in China after visiting the secretive regime's capital, Pyongyang, earlier in the week as part of a private US delegation led by former state governor Bill Richardson.

Tom Santorelli reports.

  • 10 Jan
  • From the section Asia