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    North Korea Launches Missile Test as Tensions Rise With U.S.

    The test was the first by Pyongyang since President Biden took office and came after it accused the United States and South Korea of raising “a stink” on the Korean Peninsula.

    North Korea Cuts Diplomatic Ties with Malaysia Over U.S. Extradition

    The extradition is part of Washington’s efforts to crack down on what it has called widespread sanctions-evading activities by North Korean businessmen and diplomats around the world.

    North Korea Accuses Washington of Raising ‘a Stink’ in First Comments on Biden

    The country took a confrontational stance against the United States in its first official remark directed at President Biden’s administration.

    North Korea Unveils New ICBM During Military Parade

    The weapon is bigger than the North’s previous long-range missile, indicating that it could possibly fly father with a more powerful nuclear warhead.

    North Korean Propaganda Gets a YouTube Makeover: Fewer Parades, More Pizza

    YouTube and other social media platforms give the country an easy way to spread propaganda and push a more modern, upbeat message: We’re just like you.
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