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Monday, October 24, 2016

A British journalist was expelled from the DPRK for “offensive stories”

“Abusive reports” to “inappropriate descriptions” of DPRK leader Kim Jong-UN led to the expulsion of the DPRK BBC correspondent Rupert Wingfield Hayes.

The expulsion occurred after eight hours of interrogation that followed the arrest at the airport where Hayes was accompanied by three Nobel laureates, after Finn Kydland, Aaron Ciechanover and Richard Roberts, who came to North Korea with lectures.

Together with a reporter was detained and producer Maria Byrne and cameraman Matthew Goddard.

We will remind, today completed the first in 36 years, the Congress of workersparty of Korea.

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