(Jason Aldag, Joyce Lee/The Washington Post)
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Undercover footage shows how Kim Jong Un profits from North Korea's overseas workers
North Korean overseas laborers have been subsidizing the Kim regime and its nuclear program for years. But new U.N. sanctions are directly targeting the worker program for the first time.
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