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Soccer: Flags fly, anthems play, but North Korea blacks out World Cup qualifier with South

Reuters Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Long-time foes North and South Korea played a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday, their first football match in the North in 30 years, but fans were left in the dark with Pyongyang refusing to broadcast the game live.
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