For a country that’s supposedly cut off from the rest of the world, North Korea’s state run KCNA (Korean Central News Agency) certainly demonstrates a shrewd ability to track international affairs.
To many outsiders, North Korean local news seems like a farce, characterized by gushing reports dedicated to things like the latest Kim statues to
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