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Kim Jong Un praises military for building sprawling facility on deadline, though some work appears unfinished
Theft and other crime occurs in North Korea like any other country, but the state is selective in what it punishes
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A major pillar of aid to the DPRK could wither away as the country’s COVID controls and US travel ban restrict access
Ornate concrete towers of Hwasong district taking shape according to blueprints, on-the-ground photos show
Accumulation of goods visible in satellite imagery shows DPRK maintaining strict COVID-19 prevention policies
NK Pro timeline charts the key events from September 1 - September 30
An analytical look at the main developments from September 1, 2022 to September 30, 2022
Mass ceremony in city square appears to prioritize optics, as state media says Kim Jong Un gifts 5,500 tools for harvest
World Food Program says reduced snowmelt could harm crops, as pandemic controls appear to exacerbate food shortages
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