State media review: North Korea blames Israel and US for Gaza hospital bombing
An in-depth analysis of commentary on Middle East, calls to boost fishing yields, a state newspaper anniversary and more
North Korea’s foreign ministry accused Israel of bombing a hospital in Gaza with U.S. assistance, as state media aired images of bloody Palestinians and blamed Washington almost daily for the deteriorating situation in the Middle East.
DPRK media outlets urged fishers to push to increase seafood hauls as the country enjoys its “best fishing season,” though ROK assessments have pointed to a steady decline in yields in recent years.
The party-run Rodong Sinmun celebrated its 78th anniversary with a full-page spread on Wednesday, pledging to fulfill its role of being a “textbook of
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