North Korea: Dark Secrets

This two-hour special reveals the complicated history, extreme politics, and rigid societal standards that have created a legacy of internal oppression and external aggression. As the North Korean people suffered famine, labour camp and public executions, the Kim regime spent three generations relentlessly pursuing nuclear ambitions. They operate as a criminal syndicate, using counterfeit money, drugs and cyber espionage to fund their war machine.

Now, with weapons rivalling the world’s superpowers, their aggressive rhetoric has pushed the world to a crisis point.

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North Korea: Dark Secrets
Tue 1 January·2:30am
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Tue 1 January·3:30pm