Pyongyang traffic girl given mystery hero award

Traffic warden said to protect "leader" in a "death-defying...unexpected" situation
May 9th, 2013
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – A Pyongyang traffic warden has received a prestigious “DPRK Hero” award for “death-defyingly” protecting the leader in an “unexpected situation,” a North Korean TV news broadcast reported yesterday.

“For doing what any traffic warden could do, the dear marshall generously let me join the party yesterday, and awarded me the title

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