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Noth Korea's future leaders

For decades the people of North Korea have lived under an oppressive regime, only recently beginning to recover from their government's disastrous currency devaluation last November which sparked panic buying and reports of protests in some areas. Many observers believe that their will be little change until the current leadership dies.

Correspondent Paul Danahar reports from North Korea, where he has been given unprecedented access to a school attended by the leaders' children.


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