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Gracias Daniel,The comments section of both articles seems to indicate that the PSF and the apologists are a) not getting paid b) not bothered anymore. That is somewhat comforting.Gold
Daniel: These are the kind of articles we've been waiting for in the western media for a long time. It seems that the Economist is something of a trailblazer that others may follow. Maybe the BBC, Associated Press and others will need to rotate out their correspondants for that to happen. Send Will Grant to North Korea, and bring in some new blood!
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