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UN Secretary-General recently raised concerns about border closure’s ‘adverse’ impact on food security, vaccine rollout
Pyongyang sold $40,000 in beer to Beijing in July in first booze exports of 2021, according to Chinese trade data
The DPRK is still showing no signs of opening up, making the timeline for delivery unclear
Cartoon on state TV features girl criticizing friend for being overweight
New reported technology comes as WHO says total tested in DPRK exceeds 36,000
Reports detail torture, murder, forced abortions in effort to hold DPRK accountable for 'crimes against humanity'
Soldiers mobilized to build homes by hand in some areas affected by August floods, but others yet to see relief
Overall trade volume remains a fraction of pre-pandemic levels, despite jump in exports to PRC
WHO representative to DPRK says country could successfully manage vaccine rollout with ‘adequate’ support
Captured decades ago, Takeshi Terakoshi still lives in Pyongyang with his North Korean wife and kids
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