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What was keeping Kim busy at home? Well, apart from that submarine ballistic missile launch, the "Great Successor" was handing down on-the-spot guidance at a fish hatchery and a cow farm.

North Koreans now have a chance to learn cellphone etiquette.

"A proper reaction."

"All sorts of crimes rampant in the U.S. pose a serious threat to the people's rights to existence and their inviolable rights."

President Obama signaled that the U.S. may not transfer wartime command over South Korean troops as planned in 2015

"In fact, it is ridiculous for such gay to sponsor dealing with others' human rights issue."

Rudimentary, but still worrying.

Don't mistake a trend for an order.

The report accuses North Korea of spying on its citizens, torturing them and banishing them to prison camps.

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