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  1. Elizabeth Shim SEOUL, May 6 (UPI) -- North Korea has been offering gift bags of candy and cookies to students at Mansudae Children's Palace ahead of the Seventh Party Congress.

  2. It was Thursday afternoon, and Kim Myong Hyok had a solemn role to perform, perhaps the biggest he'd ever been given in all of his 14 years. (Julie Makinen / Los Angeles Times) Dipping his calligraphy brush into a well of black ink, he carefully began to write out Korean characters on a sheet of...

  3. The Childrens Palace, a massive, 2 million-square-foot building on the northwestern edge of the North Korean capital, is billed by the reclusive regime as a temple to youth, a testament to the care and devotion of the nation’s rulers to its future generations.

    'Feel the love': children dance for world's pres... - Reuters via Yahoo Maktoob News

  4. Foreign journalists invited to cover North Korea's first ruling party congress in 36 years were treated on Thursday to song and dance performances by schoolchildren professing their love for leader Kim Jong Un. Kim is expected to use the congress starting on Friday to declare North Korea a nuclear weapons state and formally adopt his "Byongjin" policy to pursue economic development and nuclear ...

  5. The princess also revealed that a new hamster called Marvin had joined the Royal household!

  6. HOLD-"Feel the love": children dance for world's press before N.Korean congress

    Reuters Middle East via Yahoo Maktoob NewsMay 05 09:04 AM

    Foreign journalists invited to cover North Korea's first ruling party congress in 36 years were treated on Thursday to song and dance performances by schoolchildren professing their love for leader Kim Jong Un. Kim is expected to use the congress starting on Friday to declare North Korea a nuclear weapons state and formally adopt his "Byongjin" policy to pursue economic development and nuclear ...

  7. PYONGYANG (Reuters) - On the first day of North Korea's biggest political gathering in 36 years on Friday, the closest visiting foreign journalists got to the action was across the street, hundreds of metres from the hall where the Seventh Workers' Party Congress was taking place.

  8. PYONGYANG (Reuters) - Foreign journalists invited to cover North Korea's first ruling party congress in 36 years were treated on Thursday to song and dance performances by schoolchildren professing their love for leader Kim Jong Un.

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