N. Korea’s “nuclear backpacks” appear on $850 oil paintings

Painting made one month after debut of nuclear backpacks at Victory Day parade in July
October 25th, 2013
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Oil paintings of North Korean soldiers carrying “nuclear backpacks” have appeared for sale at a Pyongyang arts and souvenir shop, pictures released Friday by Koryo Tours have shown.

The paintings, which portray a North Korean soldier carrying a “nuclear backpack,” cost $850 USD and were painted in August 2013 – according to photographer and Koryo

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