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i mean don't you please hold on i think north korean leader kim jong hoon out on the farm in these photos from state media humanitarian workers in the country say that hardier crops and new ways of farming are helping to soften the blow of drought meaning less people because go hungry a sweeping famine killed more than two and a half million north koreans in the nineties , north korea needs reliable ways to feed its people but it's constant threatening anti western outlook has meant that a lot of foreign aid has been scrapped in recent years the deadly famine of the nineties came to