State media review: North Korea promotes new smartphones at local trade shows
An in-depth analysis of cell phone industry revival, claims of good harvest, criticism of US weapons in Ukraine and more
North Korean state media promoted an array of new domestic smartphone brands and models on show at exhibitions in Pyongyang this week, in the latest sign of a resurgence in the country’s cell phone industry following stagnation during the pandemic.
The party daily Rodong Sinmun credited leader Kim Jong Un with spearheading an increase in grain production this year, despite U.S. estimates that the harvest will not significantly improve the poor food situation in the country.
North Korea’s ambassador to Moscow criticized the deployment of a U.S. missile system to Ukraine
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