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Recent storms cut off dozens of bridges, including those that serve as key transport links in major DPRK cities
Chad O’Carroll, NK News reporters and Steve Tharp join host Jacco Zwetsloot to discuss last week's top stories
Trade contracted sharply, but truck tires and health equipment surged to new heights in Aug. 2020
Pandemic and October holiday preparations may have dashed hopes of New Yalu River Bridge’s projected 2020 opening
Dr. Andray Abrahamian discusses his new book, "Being in North Korea," and his time with Choson Exchange in the DPRK
Mun Chol Myong’s appeal began in Kuala Lumpur High Court on Friday
Moscow is discontinuing its trolleybus service, and Pyongyang could follow suit despite years of use
Kim Jong Un is dealing with natural disasters, sanctions and COVID-19 — but there are some solutions to consider
After destructive floods, state media ran propaganda photos of citizens getting housing papers and vowing to grow crops
Satellite imagery also shows construction of new luxury hilltop facilities along the Taedong River
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