State media review: North Korea says rusty American bombs threaten capital
An in-depth analysis of unexploded ordnance in Pyongyang, letter diplomacy with China, a new agriculture push and more
North Korea’s state news agency reported this week workers have discovered more than 100 unexploded U.S. ordnance at construction sites in Pyongyang since last year, blasting the U.S. for its bombing campaigns during the Korean War.
State propaganda claimed that the bombs are “at risk of going off at any time” as it recalled its archenemy’s alleged atrocities to reinforce anti-U.S. sentiments.
The DPRK’s Cabinet also held a meeting to discuss agricultural issues as the sowing season approaches, and leader Kim Jong Un reportedly sent tractors and agricultural machines to
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