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What’s behind the North Korean "Iron Curtain"?

Topic:Into North Korea: Dispatches from Asia’s dark star

RIA Novosti correspondents recently spent a week in North Korea, one of the world’s most closed countries. Under the supervision of two officials from the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea, they learned what foreigners are supposed to think of the country. But they also tried to gain an insight into the real life of North Koreans.



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15:10 18/11/2011 RIA Novosti correspondents recently spent a week in North Korea, one of the world’s most closed countries. Under the supervision of two officials from the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea, they learned what foreigners are supposed to think of the country. But they also tried to gain an insight into the real life of North Koreans.>>

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  • ABDELKADERNORTH KOREA
    01:10, 19/11/2011
    The UN should slap an antigue and heritage preservation order on the country, not many like it left. It's priceless.
  • naymaung04Need to fix the law for North Korea
    05:32, 19/11/2011
    North Korea needs international communities to reply his laws to make open up doors for the people of the North Korea to trade with foreign countries.
  • jg(no title)
    15:00, 20/11/2011
    It is a but puzzling that China continues to support NK. NK may claim to be Communist but with power handed from father to son and the ruling elite presiding over impoverished peasants, it looks much more like a feudal monarchy.
  • washingtonRFA INQUIRY
    14:27, 12/12/2011
    I'm a Korean Broadcaster at Radio Free Asia in Washington DC. In your article, "What's Behind North Korean "Iron Curtain", you mentioned that the metro fare for two stations in Pyongyang was 2 Euros. May I confirm if this is correct? Would greatly appreciate it.
    Warm regards,
    Hee Jung

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