State media review: North Korea marks May Day with Kim praise and cow prizes
An in-depth analysis of workers’ holiday celebrations, new animation episodes and mid-tier housing project coverage
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North Korea marked International Workers’ Day this week with a series of big events and a focus on praise for the Kim family as leader Kim Jong Un passes two weeks out of the public eye.
State media also aired new episodes of a children’s animated series as it slowly but steadily sticks to its commitment to fresh kids programming, and published
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