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The women who lift N. Korea leader Kim Jong Un's image: sister Kim Yo Jong, wife Ri Sol Ju

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 18 September 2018
The women who lift N. Korea leader Kim Jong Un's image: sister Kim Yo Jong, wife Ri Sol JuNorth Korea Kim Jong Un's improved image in South Korea emanates from the public role played by his sister Kim Yo Jong and his wife Ri Sol Ju.
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