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  • Take a tour of the closest Chinese city to North Korea, which Kim Jong Un recently passed to meet Trump — the nearest thing to the outside world most North Koreans will ever see

    North Korea and China are separated by the Yalu River, which is so narrow that people on both sides can see each other. It's the only glimpse of the outside world many North Koreans will ever get, as it's illegal in North Korea to leave the country without the government's permission. The two cities bordering the Yalu River — Dandong, China, and Sinuiju, North Korea — are vastly different. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un likely passed by both of them during his train journey from North Korea to...

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  • North Korea fires again as US envoy visits

    North Korea welcomed a US envoy's visit to Seoul by firing at least one projectile for the second time in a week Thursday, the South's military said, as Pyongyang seeks to up the ante in deadlocked nuclear negotiations with Washington. The launch came after North Korea carried out a military

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  • North Korea fires again as US envoy visits

    North Korea welcomed a US envoy's visit to Seoul by firing at least one projectile for the second time in a week Thursday, the South's military said, as Pyongyang seeks to up the ante in deadlocked nuclear negotiations with Washington. The launch came after North Korea carried out a military drill and fired multiple projectiles on Saturday, with at least one believed to be a short-range missile. It was also hours after the US Special

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  • Feature: Where North and South Korea Meet: On TV

    A popular show gives “defector beauties” a chance to tell stories from the North. It’s loud and gaudy — and changing the conversation about reunification.

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