Meth is legal and offered as a cup of tea in North Korea, this and other interesting facts you might not know about this country

According to official records, the late Kim Jong II learned to walk when he was three weeks old, could talk by week eight, and wrote more than 1,000 books.  That is obviously a load of crap, but government propaganda of this nature is a fact of life for North Korean citizens.  Below are some other interesting facts you might find enlightening.

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Unexploded ordinance left behind by Al Shabaab lay on the ground ahead of being destroyed by controlled detonation carried out by a combat engineering team serving with the Kenyan Contingent of the AMISOM in the southern Somali port city of Kismayo

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A North Korean woman uses a computer in

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