North Korea’s Kim Appears in Public for First Time in Month

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Jun.06 — Kim Jong Un made his first public appearance in about a month. State media showed the North Korean leader at a Party meeting that discussed ways to improve the country’s deteriorating economy. Peter Pae reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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