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North Korea World Cup qualifier with South played to empty stands

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 no fans were allowed in the stands and Pyongyang refused to broadcast the game live.
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