North Korea makes rare admission of struggle after flood damage

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North Korea told the world on Sunday that floods had devastated northern regions of the country, a rare public admission that the nation is struggling to cope with an internal struggle.
In an English-language update on the website of the country’s official state media outlet, the government wrote that the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea had recently sent out a message to “party members, service personnel of the Korean People’s Army and other people” to aid in recovery efforts.
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