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Wed, 02 Nov 2016 22:12:43 GMT

No golf skills? No problem. How two Aussies pwned North Korea's national championship.  -  Washington Post
Although the two didn't come close to winning, they consider their trip a success, possibly because they aren't currently sitting in a North Korean jail. Now safely out of the notoriously closed-off country, the two are making plans to enter a Somalian ...
Wed, 02 Nov 2016 22:09:52 GMT

The True Opinion North Koreans Have Of Kim Jong Un, Secret Surveys Conducted  -  The Inquisitr
It's a difficult task to truly determine what North Koreans think of their totalitarian leader King Jong Un. It is a nation where professing anything other than honor and praise for the Kim regime can lead to an individual becoming a political prisoner ...
Wed, 02 Nov 2016 22:01:18 GMT

WATCH: 2 Aussie Blokes Scammed Their Way Into The North Korean Open  -  Pedestrian TV
Two Aussie blokes – in the purest manifestation of YEAH THE BOYS yet recorded in modern history – spoke to Channel 9 after they managed to lie their way into the North Korean Open, despite not being that good at golf and having zero credentials to ...
Wed, 02 Nov 2016 21:46:11 GMT

Aussie duo pranks way into playing North Korea Open  -  Golf Channel
This one took a little bit lot of "crazy" to attempt, let alone pull off. According to Nine News Australia, two Australian men, Morgan Ruig and Evan Shay, cut their vacation in China short to sneak into North Korea and trick their way into competing in ...
Wed, 02 Nov 2016 20:30:53 GMT

How Two Australians Tricked North Korea into Giving Them a Free Round of Golf in Pyongyang  -  Foreign Policy (blog)
If you love golfing but you're tired of the same old circuit through Saint Andrews or Pebble Beach, why not try North Korea? At least that's what two Australian duffers decided to do when they competed in an official international golf open outside ...
Wed, 02 Nov 2016 20:24:59 GMT

Two Australians Successfully Entered North Korean Golf Championships as a Prank  -  The Big Lead
Two Australian friends fooled North Korea into thinking they were professional golfers. The two 28-year-olds, Morgan Ruig and Evan Shay, were on a polo trip when they decided to pull the prank and enter the North Korean Golf Championship by email.
Wed, 02 Nov 2016 20:00:47 GMT

'Jaw dropping' secret audio tapes smuggled out of North Korea reveal Kim Jong-il criticising his own people  -  The Independent
Secret recordings smuggled out of North Korea have revealed how the former leader and father of Kim Jong-un lambasted his own people - as well as making fun out of himself - while he was in office. A new documentary has unmasked audio clips in which ...
Wed, 02 Nov 2016 19:53:49 GMT
Two Australian men sneaked into North Korea — to play golf  -  Centre Daily Times
Every year, thousands of people risk everything to sneak out of North Korea and escape the Communist state's oppressive regime. But in early October, two men from Brisbane, Australia, decided to sneak in. Morgan Ruig and Evan Shay were in Beijing ...
Wed, 02 Nov 2016 19:52:59 GMT

Australian Bros Prank North Korean Open Into Letting Them Compete  -  The Daily Dot
From there, the bros were committed to getting some mock-up championship green blazers, participating in event pageantry, and pursuing an utterly disastrous round of rookie golf that one North Korean attendee worried would "bring great shame" upon ...
Wed, 02 Nov 2016 19:52:24 GMT

Christians in North Korea praying for Westerners, aid group claims  -  Fox News
An organization seeking to support persecuted Christians in North Korea who live under the world's most oppressive regime has said that believers there are surprisingly not praying for their own freedom, but rather for their Western brothers and ...