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Kim told South Korea's Blue House that the incident "shouldn't have happened" and that he's "sorry to have disappointed"
The defector allegedly broke into a military training site during his attempt to return to North Korea
Cereal crop production looks favorable for much of the world, but North Korea may still suffer from terrible shortages
World Food Programme says it shut down all DPRK offices outside of Pyongyang amid a “shortage of funds”
Businesses in the area have suffered after African Swine Fever-related closures starting in Oct. 2019
South Korea donated 13.8 billion won to the World Food Programme for a rice aid delivery, but Pyongyang hasn't accepted
After touting North Korea as a major victory in 2018, Trump fails to mention the DPRK even once in his final RNC speech
The DPRK likely slandered Thae because he's against a new draft policy that would ban leaflet send-overs, experts say
State media has covered smoking prevention efforts several times recently, but the DPRK leader can't kick the habit
Lee In-young stressed the need for peace and denuclearization to ambassadors Harry Harris and Xing Haiming this week
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