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A public elementary school in Tokyo’s posh Ginza district has decided to adopt new uniforms designed by the Italian luxury brand Armani, triggering protests from parents who say they are too expensive, the local education board has said.

The issue regarding Taimei Elementary School’s uniforms, priced at over ¥80,000 ($730) each including a hat and bag, was also taken up by an opposition party lawmaker at a Diet session on Thursday.

The school principal told the board of its intention to change the design of the uniform last summer. The board instructed the school to decide the matter after sufficient talks with the Parent Teacher Association and local residents.

But five cases of complaints were raised by parents, who said there wasn’t a sufficient explanation. One said, “Why Armani?” according to the board.

The school has told the board, “With the intention of making a uniform for a ‘Ginza school,’ we visited department stores and Armani agreed to design it.”

At a meeting of the Lower House Budget Committee on Thursday, Kibo no To (Party of Hope) lawmaker Manabu Terada addressed the issue, saying that since it is a public elementary school, “a certain (price) range needs to be considered.”

In response, Finance Minister Taro Aso said, “Clearly it’s expensive. It would be tough if a student could not afford to pay for it.”

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What are the good brands, then? Please don't be vague.
Depends on the person, I myself say purpose and security.
Nothing mass-produced like that is worth $730. That is the point of mass production. It drives the price WAY down. There's a lot of people getting ripped off here.
To be fair, it was the loading dock closest to the office entrance.
Betting its political: japs dont want stuff from armarni sweatshop in Guangdong

>All 65 passengers and crew are feared dead in a plane crash in central Iran after the domestic flight came down in bad weather in a mountainous region.
God small planes are just coffins with wings, rip
ATR-72's are death traps when flown in winter weather.
>The crash of the ATR-72 marks yet another fatal aviation disaster for Iran, which for years was barred from buying aeroplane parts for needed maintenance due to Western sanctions over its contested nuclear program.

remind yourself goy: the west is to blame

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Weather Service: Cheyenne should be on the lookout for snowy weather
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Anyka Odutuga, 4, of Cheyenne, leaps through a pile of snow during a winter storm on 17th Street on
CHEYENNE – A winter storm with low temperatures and snow rolled into Cheyenne on Sunday evening, but the National Weather Service says residents should be prepared for even more snowy conditions.

Cheyenne is under a winter weather advisory, as the National Weather Service predicts the city could get 3-6 inches of snow starting late this evening.

“Travel conditions could get pretty nasty this evening,” said Tim Trudel, a lead forecaster at the National Weather Service in Cheyenne.
>Cheyenne snow

Holy shit! Snow in Wyoming in February?! Shut down the power plants! Turn off the refineries! Everyone start walking everywhere! Communism to the fore! Muh global warmering! Geeeeeeeeez!
Is this another climateshill thread? I can't tell anymore.
can sort of confirm.. Im south of cheyenne by 50 miles and pretty good snow here too.. -15F right now. Im gonna go ride my bike to the gym lol

For a year now, lobbyists have swarmed the White House under President Donald Trump, attaining positions within various federal agencies just days after leaving government affairs jobs at lobbying firms, trade groups and corporations.

Back in 2009, then-President Barack Obama issued an executive order on ethics that barred lobbyists from joining agencies they had lobbied in the previous two years. But Trump weakened that order shortly after becoming president, allowing lobbyists to join agencies they recently lobbied so long as they recused themselves from working on specific issues on which they had lobbied within the previous two years. The Trump administration has been sidestepping even that stipulation — in some cases by ignoring it, and in others, by granting ethics waivers.

In late August of 2017, White House counsel Donald McGahn issued a waiver for a new member of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), previously a lobbyist for the corn syrup industry, to advise the department on dietary guidelines:

>“I hereby waive the requirements of paragraph 7 of the Ethics Pledge to Ms. Kailee Tkacz to allow her to advise the Secretary of Agriculture and other senior Department officials with respect to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans process. I have determined that it is in the public interest to grant this limited waiver because of Ms. Tkacz’s expertise in the process by which the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are issued every five years.”

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you boomers will die before you see the works of the new generation crumble like your are
if there's one thing we americans need, it's more sugar in our diets.
no, sugar is bad for you goyim! you must eat more corn syrup and aspartame instead, do not question your superiors!
How many ways can we sell corn and soybean waste?

There's many ways:

>drain the swamp
and fill it back up with corn syrup lmao


>California Democratic Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia, the head of the Legislative Women's Caucus and a leading figure in the state's anti-sexual harassment movement, is accused of groping a male staffer from another lawmaker's office.

>Daniel Fierro told The Associated Press on Thursday that Garcia stroked his back, squeezed his buttocks and attempted to touch his crotch in a dugout after a legislative softball game in 2014.

>Fierro didn't report it at the time but in January told his former boss, Democratic Assemblyman Ian Calderon, who reported it to Assembly leaders. The Assembly is now investigating Garcia.

>Garcia's spokeswoman Teala Schaff said the assemblywoman learned Jan. 23 a complaint was filed but was given no details and only learned the specifics of the allegations from Politico.

>"Every complaint about sexual harassment should be taken seriously and I will participate fully in any investigation that takes place," the Los Angeles-area lawmaker said in a statement thursday. "I have zero recollection of engaging in inappropriate behavior and such behavior is inconsistent with my values."
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Include me in the screencap.
This tit for tat shit is just being broadcasted to waste our time. NEXT
> I have zero recollection
She's guilty.
there's nothing gay about relieving your teammates stress in the showers after a long and hard game
Did you attend the Gay School of Faggotery? Did you say "no homo" each time to make it not gay? Has anyone noticed it was gay as fuck and should be mocked or something?

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A downtown Toledo pastor and his family are accused of robbing a Sunday school teacher at the church over the weekend.

St. Paul’s AME Zion Church Pastor Anthony Morris, 49, along with his wife, Zelda Morris, 46, and 19-year-old daughter Kamali Morris, are each charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon, a first-degree felony.

Nickema Turner, 39, of Maumee was teaching Sunday school at the church, 954 Belmont Ave., when the younger woman grabbed her by the hair, according to a Toledo police report.

Mrs. Morris then began punching Ms. Turner, police said. The pastor also pushed Ms. Turner to the ground, according to the police report.

During the assault, Mrs. Morris is accused of dumping items from Ms. Turner’s purse and taking them.

Ms. Turner attempted to recover her belongings when Mr. Morris allegedly pulled out a gun and pointed it at her, police said. The woman told police the pastor threatened to kill her.

Two prescription bottles, a Taser, and a cell phone were taken from Ms. Turner’s purse, according to the police report. The cell phone was recovered, but the glass was broken.

The Morris family, who reside in the 3000 block of Evergreen Road, fled the church before police arrived. The couple have been arrested, though the daughter has yet to be located, according to Toledo police.

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they both look like they ate all the pills they could before they were arrested
but im sure dey dindu nuffin

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Marco Rubio and Ivanka Trump are going to bat for "paid" family leave. Paid by dipping into one's social security benefits. At first it doesn't sound too bad. It still allows people a safety net while also encouraging individual responsibility, right? This is part of a broader strategy to chip away at, and ultimately eliminate, social security as a government program.

>Ever since Social Security came into existence, Republican politicians and their billionaire donors have attempted to destroy it. As an effective and incredibly popular government program, it is anathema to the GOP's anti-government ideology.

>But precisely because it is so popular, including with Republican voters, attacks on our nation's Social Security system have failed time and time again. Now Republican politicians are ramping up for a new, sneaky assault: Offering to provide young Americans some relief from crippling student debt and our country's shameful lack of paid family leave — if they forfeit some of their future Social Security benefits.

>The first iteration of this scheme came from Rep. Tom Garrett (R-Va.) who recently introduced the so-called Student Security Act of 2017. This bill would allow young people to pay off a portion of their student loans with their future Social Security benefits. It would force them to choose between financial security in young adulthood and financial security in retirement.

>In a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed, Kristin Shapiro and Andrew Biggs proposed a similar plan to fund paid parental leave. This plan has all of the same pitfalls as Garrett’s, but thus far it has gotten more attention. Two major figures in the Republican Party, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Ivanka Trump, are reportedly fans of the idea.

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Not >>231341, but it's still a meme. The stock market is throwing money at companies with the hope of the shares bought becoming more valuable and sold off for higher than it was originally bought at. The Great Depression happened in part because people were throwing in too much money and when some people started to sell, everyone wanted to get on the selling bandwagon at once, resulting in shares dropping in value of selling like the mariana trench. The fact that stocks can rise or fall based on something as whimsical as false rumors of things like buyouts and mergers is an indication that the stock market is a meme with the intent of suckering the next generation into buying the stocks of the current one.
your relating two things that aren't related. the reason for the great depression wasn't because too much was invested. it was because people didn't know how to invest that the stock market blew up and crashed.
>the parent would still have to work for that to happen. Meaning that they could have just set up savings without SS.
Right, but half the point of social security is that a personal savings account won't be sufficient for everyone. In the example I mentioned, if your provider dies or otherwise can't be a breadwinner, your opportunities in life aren't purely a function of whether someone else was responsible or fell on hard times.
SS is a savings account that is supposed to accumulate interest, but has failed to since the 1970s
It's not a private account though. You're not necessarily taking out a dollar + interest gained on that dollar for every dollar you pay in. Investing in US treasury bonds is virtually risk free.

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Lissa Lucas, a West Virginia Democrat running for the House of Delegates in the state's Seventh District, was ejected from the House floor on Friday after listing the contributions made to lawmakers by the gas and oil industry.

The bill Ms. Lucas opposed, House Bill 4268, would allow oil and gas companies to drill on private land after obtaining the consent of 75 percent of affected landowners. Current law requires consent from all affected landowners--meaning a single person could stop drilling on private lands.

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Everyone there.
Are you embarrassed about siding with a bunch of farts that bow down to kiss the rings of billionaires?
>Neither have much power

They do, when they vote.
>Be against Republicans
>Kiss the rings of billionaires
Does not compute
Do they vote though? I don't belong to either group so ultimately I guess I don't really know, but given stereotypes I doubt it.


Sen. Tammy Duckworth, who has emerged in recent weeks as one of President Trump’s most vocal critics, fired back after Trump called Democrats “treasonous” for not applauding him during his State of the Union address.

“We don’t live in a dictatorship or monarchy. I swore an oath — in the military and in the Senate — to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, not to mindlessly cater to the whims of Cadet Bone Spurs and clap when he demands I clap,” Duckworth (D-Ill.) wrote in a tweet, using a nickname she had given Trump, who had said in previous interviews that he was granted medical deferment during the Vietnam War after bone spurs in his feet were diagnosed.

Duckworth, who lost her legs in 2004 while serving in Iraq as an Army helicopter pilot, then shared this quote from Theodore Roosevelt, lifted from an opinion piece the former president wrote during World War I: “To announce that there must be no criticism of the president or that we are to stand by the president, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public.”


Duckworth has been highly critical of Trump, particularly on issues involving the military and national security.

In a Senate floor speech last month, Duckworth called Trump a “five-deferment draft dodger” who had no business accusing Democrats — like herself — of not caring for the military.

“Does he even know that there are service members who are in harm’s way right now, watching him, looking for their commander in chief to show leadership, rather than to try to deflect blame?” Duckworth said.
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also spitting constitutes assault

you might get shot going around assaulting people
>woman doesn't understand her place or her chain of command
she's no longer part of the chain of the command now that she's left the military

the legislative and executive branches are co-equal parts of the government
Hey, you volunteered to get your legs blown off, cunt. Why should he be forced to fight in some jungle because McNamara needs more warm bodies?
I thought Republicans weren't snowflakes who cried over the little stuff.

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An Iowa woman said what initially appeared to be a cheap Valentine's Day gift from her husband turned out to be a $100,000 lottery jackpot.

Cynthia Holmes of Boone told Iowa Lottery officials that she was initially unimpressed with her husband's choice of a $10 Casino Riches scratch-off ticket for a Valentine's Day present.

"My husband gave me a gift of a scratch off and I'm like, 'Oh, that's really expensive,'" Holmes joked. "I scratch it off. I won $100,000!"

Holmes said the win didn't sink in until she scanned the ticket at lottery headquarters in Clive.

"[The machine] went, 'Woo hoo!' And I'm like - my hands started shaking and like butterflies in my stomach," she said. "It is still sinking in."

Holmes' husband, Don, said he did not share her disbelief.

"I [saw] the dice. I knew she was a winner," Don Holmes said. "I thought it would just be $100 but it turned out to be $100,000."

Holmes said she plans to use the money to pay off her car and her house.

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or getting her friggin teeth or nose fixed
>cheap ticket
>east 100k
>gave to your wife
did he cuck himself?
it's got to do with the lotto's being run on state-levels, and the taxes being something more on a federal/national level.
A majority of the IRS tax deductions are incentives to live or work in a certain way, based upon whatever political muck was thought up at the time.

So for example, the two biggest things you can deduct from your income are the interest you pay towards a mortgage (not the principal), and the interest you pay towards student loan debt (again, not the principal).

This is done to encourage people to have a home and go to college, which means more stable little humans to invest in their current community and smart enough (or "brainwashed" enough, depending on your opinion of college and which part of 4chan you are on) to keep their job and keep paying taxes.

By paying off your student loans early, or paying down your mortgage, it reduces the amount you can deduct from your income. So the general strategy by rich people is to take the money and invest it into other things, not pay down debt. Even if you invest into something that matches the current interest rate for your debt, you'd still be coming out ahead in almost every case.

Obviously if you have student loans with something stupid like 20% APR, then it would make sense to pay it down, but for the average person, you never want to completely remove these things unless you completely remove your income (i.e. dead, because you still get social security which counts as income if/when you retire).

There are other reasons, such as you cannot increase your home value by paying down the mortgage. Meaning that you could have 1% paid down, or 99% paid down, it doesn't affect the housing market. The value of your home is based upon the physical property and nearby residents and has no relation to how much debt you have against it.
>>231515 my grandparents are around 70 and arent fat and are mentally healthy, go deepfry your arguments somewhere else.


>Amid President Donald Trump's blistering tweetstorm Sunday morning after special counsel Robert Mueller announced a fresh round of indictments on Friday, several prominent Democrats and Republicans had some tough words for the president.

>Trump's lengthy string of tweets included support for the conspiracy theory that the Russia investigation distracted the FBI from tips about the Florida shooter, claims that he never said Russia hadn't meddled in the election (he did), and attacks on Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff, whom Trump called "the leakin' monster of no control."

>The president also reiterated a point he has made after nearly every revelation in the Russia probe — that despite the mounting indictments in the investigation, there is still no evidence against him, and that the probe vindicates him.

>On CNN's "State of the Union," Schiff, who is the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee investigating Russia's meddling in the 2016 election, pushed back on Trump's self-congratulatory rhetoric.

>"This is a president who claims vindication anytime someone sneezes," Schiff told host Dana Bash. "What this indictment sets out is information about only one element of the Russian active measures campaign — that involving their use of social media to influence attitudes, to motivate people to protest, to essentially infiltrate our political system through the cyber sphere."

>On Friday, Mueller's office indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian organizations for "violating US criminal laws in order to interfere with US elections and political processes." The indictment documents make it clear these violations were carried out in order to boost Trump's chances in the 2016 election.
>"It ought to put to rest for anyone, including the president who continues to call this a witch hunt, that the evidence is now overwhelming and unequivocal," Schiff said, "and we need to move to protect ourselves from Russian interference in elections that are coming up."

Combatting future Russian interference

>Also on CNN, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper echoed Schiff's criticism.

>"What are we going to do about the threat posed by Russia? He never talks about that," Clapper told Bash in reference to Trump.

>Sen. Bernie Sanders, who ran against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, told NBC's Chuck Todd on "Meet the Press" that Trump is not understanding the most important part of the revelations about Russian meddling.

>"The main point to be understood is that what everyone understands except Donald Trump, is that this was not just the 2016 campaign," Sanders said. "They intend to do this in 2018 ... I think people are asking 'what is going on with this president?'"

>Sanders added that the Obama administration should have done more to prevent Russian meddling before Election Day 2016. According to Mueller's indictment documents, Russian entities and agents were plotting to interfere in the election as far back as 2014.

>Todd also interviewed Sen. James Lankford of Oklahoma, who agreed that the reality of Russian interference is indisputable.

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>Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Trump ally, said the president must come to terms with the extent of the Russian interference.

>"Part of the operation ... was obviously meant to disparage and damage Hillary Clinton," Christie told host Marth Raddatz on ABC's "This Week". "I think everyone's going to have to come around to the idea that that's at least part of what the Russians were attempting to do in the election."

>On Trump's claims the indictments "prove" there was no collusion, Christie said this was still unclear.

>"Well, it proves there's no collusion to this point…" he said. "We have to see where [the special counsel] goes next."

>On "Fox News Sunday," conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh echoed Christie's point, but with a catch.

>"The danger for the president would be for him to totally embrace this and say he's vindicated and validate the investigation," Limbaugh said, adding, "The investigation is all about setting up Donald Trump; he is the target."

>Limbaugh called the entire investigation "a hoax," like Trump has done in the past with no justifiable basis.

>Experts told Business Insider's Sonam Sheth that the Mueller indictments dealt the White House a massive "black eye", and should force Trump to impose stricter sanctions on Russia.

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Republicans just went 'that's not nice' and will then go back to sabotaging the FBI and Mueller like they've been already doing.

>Degenerate and RINO trash show they need to be removed from Washington

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A pilot was forced to make an emergency landing after a fight broke-out when a passenger wouldn't stop FARTING.

The Dubai to Amsterdam flight made an unscheduled stop in Vienna as the elderly overweight man reportedly refused to contain himself in the packed out cabin.

Chaos erupted on the flight when two Dutchman who were sitting next to the flatulent man told him to stop and complained to Transavia Airlines crew.

Yet despite repeated requests and even a direct order from the pilot the man carried on and a fight broke out.

The pilot of the Dutch low-cost airline then decided to make an emergency landing at Vienna International Airport in Austria.

Officers boarded the plane with police dogs and four suspects were escorted off the plane.

The pilot had reported "passengers on the rampage" before footage emerged of passengers being removed in a post on social media by Alfred Dekker.

A police spokesman confirmed that the incident centred around a passenger suffering from wind who was not attempting to restrain himself and that this offended two young Dutchmen -who started a fight with the man.

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A spokesman for the airline told local media that the four people have now received a ban from any further travels.

They were not arrested because they had not broken any Austrian laws.

The spokesman insisted that the ladies were also guilty of misbehaviour and verbal abuse.

He said: "Our crew must ensure a safe flight.

"When passengers pose risks, they immediately intervene - Our people are trained for that.

"They know very well where the boundaries are.

"Transavia is therefore square behind the cabin crew and the pilots. "

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Damn those Morroccans... always getting butthurt about something.
> Two Dutch guys pick a fight
> No mention of race of any passengers involved
> REEEEEE must have been nigs
White people logic.
>"Do they sometimes think that all Moroccans cause problems? That's why we do not let it sit.

Quoted by the 2 women also booted off the plane. Real easy to infer the race with their help, nigger lover.

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His lawsuit gives Redmond 30 days to give him the software or pay more than a half a billion in damages from a default judgment.

"The only sensible remedy is for Microsoft Corporation to supply the OEM version of its operating system by download from its website and confirmed by the key code which came with the computer," Dickman's filing read.

"Failure of Microsoft Corporation and its CEO (Satya Nadella) to provide this function within thirty days of the provided summons should yield a payment from the two defendants to the plaintiff of a remedy... of six hundred million dollars."

El Reg asked Microsoft for its response to the filing. A puzzled spokesperson declined to comment.

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Woke as fuck. This is also a reason why I will never buy newer cars.
same here Michael Hasting's death was just too suspicious
Tried this on my Win8.1 machine and all I got was a quick open window with fast scrolling text and then the window closed. :-/
Like Karen Silkwood.
sounds like you just typed 'netstat' into the run window.
start > run > command line
once the command line window is open, type 'netstat -a -n -o' and press enter. it displays all open network sockets. you are interested in the ones that do not have the ip in the 'local address' column
you can also do 'netstat -a -o' and it will resolve ip to host names for you but it takes longer to run.

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Trevor McFadden says his private-sector legal work and his efforts on Trump transition don't merit stepping aside.

A federal judge appointed by President Donald Trump is refusing to step aside from a legal dispute related to the so-called dossier alleging links between Trump and Russia.

U.S. District Court Trevor McFadden turned down a request from the firm that commissioned the dossier, Fusion GPS, to recuse himself from an attempt by Russian entrepreneur Aleksej Gubarev to obtain information about the project.

Gubarev, whom the dossier accuses of illicit links to Russian President Vladimir Putin, is suing BuzzFeed for libel over its publication of the compilaton.

Fusion GPS sought to have the subpoena dispute reassigned because McFadden worked as an adviser on the Trump transition team and represented a firm linked to another Russian named in the dossier, Mikhail Fridman.

However, McFadden — who was confirmed to the bench last October — ruled Friday that those connections were too remote to justify his recusal.

"I decline Fusion's invitation to decide its motion based on the alleged connection between the motion and President Trump's political interests," the judge wrote in a 13-page decision. "The President's connection with me and his interest in this case are simply too tenuous to cause a reasonable observer to question my impartiality."

Fusion argued that the information Gubarev is seeking could be political fodder for Trump, but the judge said the records were likely to stay under wraps. He also said his work for the transition was limited and his relationship with Trump, aside from the nomination, is non-existent.

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my uni teaches russian, im pretty sure its been colluding with russia as well
I'd love to see the Dems grow some balls and start running ads calling Trump and the Republicans traitors once mueller drops the big shoe.

Or say what Trump is doing is like if FDR pretended Pearl Harbor didn't happen and the Japanese were good people.
they'd run ads about trump running them over instead. pathetic.
id love to see both parties crash with no survivors
>Or say what Trump is doing is like if FDR pretended Pearl Harbor didn't happen and the Japanese were good people.

Some political cartoonist had that idea this week. He also took the liberty to add two other presidents.

A woman who escaped from the DPRK to South Korea in 2011 was arrested on charges of assisting Pyongyang. This is reported by the agency Ryongap.

According to prosecutors, a 49-year-old woman sent 130 tons of rice to the DPRK for the amount of about 97 thousand dollars. In Pyongyang, the cargo was delivered through an intermediary in China. In total, the woman managed to send two batches of rice, and before the detention she intended to hand over another one.

It is noted that the woman planned to return to North Korea to be reunited with her son.

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It's their proxy state. Majin-Kim doesn't do shit without China permission. Just in the same way Pakistan is a proxy too.
sounds like something SK would do
it's a big, fat border between them and a US ally

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