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Tomas Novotny has been in North Korea two days, and he looks frazzled.Continue Reading ...
The tour bus bounces along one of North Korea’s potholed roads, pop music blasting out over the speakers. It’s a catchy tune and even though none of the tourists can understand the lyrics, a few are tapping their feet to the beat.Continue Reading ...
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