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World - Asia/Pacific

village children
Many North Koreans live in poverty-stricken villages  
marchers
Nationals march to the song of Kim Jong Il  

N. Korea notebook: an impenetrable enigma

September 28, 1998
Web posted at: 4:10 p.m. EDT (2010 GMT)

PYONGYANG, North Korea (CNN) -- North Korea remains, for many, one of the most perplexing countries in the world.

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CNN's Mike Chinoy reports on Pyongyang, North Korea
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Correspondent Mike Chinoy -- summing up his impressions from another trip to the reclusive Communist state -- found that the nation does indeed march to its own beat.



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