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  Kim Jong Un broadcasts cooking competition, while North Korea starves
BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes and team expelled from North Korea


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May.8
  BBC correspondent Rupert Wingfield-Hayes and his team are being expelled from North Korea after being detained over their reporting
Apr.22
  Cheese-chomping despot Kim Jong Un held a 'Master Chef'-style competition to find North Korea’s top cooks as millions across the nation starve

Jan.7
  South Korea has resumed loudspeaker propaganda broadcasts into North Korea in response to Pyongyang's claim to have tested a hydrogen bomb


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Apr.14 BBC 'used students as shield' in N Korea
  The BBC has refused to drop a Panorama programme on North Korea after a students' union said it used students 'as a human shield' to film there Mar.19   North Korean video shows imagined attack on Washington  A new propaganda video shows images of what appears to be an imagined missile attack on U.S. government buildings in Washington

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Oct.21 South Korea blocks leaflet launch
Map of Paju South Korea  South Korean police have blocked activists from sending propaganda leaflets over the border, after threats of military action from North Korea

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Jun.16   N. Korea: Smear campaign planned
  North Korea's state media claiming that U.S. journalists entered the country illegally in order to record material for a 'smear campaign' Jun.8 Mercy plea for held US reporters  The families of two journalists held in North Korea have pleaded with the authorities there to set the pair free Jun.7 Reporters get 12-year terms in N. Korea
  Two U.S. journalists who were detained in North Korea while covering the plight of defectors have been sentenced to 12 years in labor camps
May.14   Clinton hopeful for detained journalists  Washington: Secretary of State said that N. Korea's announcement of a trial date for two U.S. journalists could signal that their detention will be resolved... Apr.23 US women 'face North Korea trial'
  Journalists Euna Lee, a Korean-American, and Laura Ling, a Chinese-American, were arrested by North Korea near its border with China
Mar.18 North Korea 'holds US reporters'  N. Korean soldiers have detained at least one Korean-American journalist near the North's border with China

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Jun.23 Media invited to nuclear plant blast   North Korea is to blow up the plant's cooling tower, a key part of its controversial Yongbyon nuclear reactor


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B. 2016-05-08 BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes and team expelled from North Korea North Korea
C. 2016-04-22 Kim Jong Un broadcasts cooking competition, while North Korea starves North Korea
D. 2013-04-14 BBC 'used students as shield' in N Korea North Korea
E. 2013-03-19 North Korean video shows imagined attack on Washington North Korea
F. 2012-10-21 South Korea blocks leaflet launch Paju, South Korea
G. 2009-06-16 N. Korea: Smear campaign planned North Korea
7. 2009-06-08 Mercy plea for held US reporters North Korea
2009-06-07 Reporters get 12-year terms in N. Korea North Korea


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