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“A vicious and unprovoked murder” - U.S. President Ford, 1976
North Korea encourages IT and cellphone use but deliberately limits network capacities
Thousands of Koreans once escaped China for DPRK, but situation reversed in 1990s
Status of Russian-Koreans changed as DPRK-USSR relations fluctuated
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Once a valued source of hard currency, repatriates from Japan have fallen on hard times
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