Reforms May Help North Korea Survive An Imminent Drought

Reforms May Help North Korea Survive An Imminent Drought

North Korea is facing the worst drought in a century. NPR’s Lynn Neary speaks with Greg Scarlatoui of the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea.

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