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North Korea / Korean War Anniversary #1061455

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 26, 2013
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) The 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War this weekend noted.

(Pyongyang: Seth Doane) A rare look inside North Korea presented; details given about the government’s restrictions on what journalists could see; scenes shown of a flower show with military mock-ups and of the Arirang Mass Games, where performers acted out the nation’s founding. [Guide JONG Gyong Hui††- says leader Kim Jong Un hosted the exhibit to express the people’s desire for peace.] The reason journalists were taken to the Games discussed.

Mason, Anthony;
Doane, Seth

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