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KCNA: "The anti-reunification forces who are desperately going against the current trend of the national history, regarding the north-south relations as a plaything for attaining their politically-motivated wild ambition, can never escape the curses by the public."
KCNA: "They are getting desperate in hurling mud at the DPRK, manifesting their bad habit again. Such behavior is peculiar to the ugly traitors who are working hard to attain their partisan interests only in disregard of the destiny of the nation."
KCNA: "The conservative group of south Korea is working hard to stoke discord and antagonism among compatriots while painting a black picture of the DPRK's positive efforts for mending the inter-Korean relations."
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Pope Francis prayed for Korean people with the thousands of people in St. Peter's Square during the Wednesday General Audience. "To the Korean people, who ardently desire peace, I promise the prayer and the closeness of the whole church."
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KCNA: "We make a deep apology to the Chinese comrades for the pain which cannot be alleviated with any word, consolation and compensation. Our Party and Government will make every possible effort to ensure that hours of grief pass and the pains are alleviated even a bit."
KCNA: "We express the deepest condolences and apology to the Communist Party of China and the government of the People's Republic of China, and the bereaved families of the victims as regards a tragic traffic accidentwhich claimed casualties among many Chinese tourists."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un, together with Kim Yong Nam, sent a message of consolation to Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, on Wednesday."
KCNA: "He said that he would strictly investigate and handle the serious accident and take strong measures to thoroughly prevent the recurrence of such accident. He saw off the train with a bitter grief."
KCNA: "Though he knows well neither word nor consolation nor compensation can allay the pain of the people who lost their beloved family members, he wanted to consoleChinese comrades even a bit with all efforts we can do, he said, and conveyed a consolatory message and money."
KCNA: "He said that he and the Party and Government are poignantly feeling the responsibility for the accident."
KCNA: "At the railway station he met Li Jinjun, Chinese ambassador to the DPRK, and once again expressed deep condolences and apology to the bereave families of the victims over the unexpected, tragic disaster the close Chinese friends suffered in our land."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un went to Pyongyang Railway Station on Wednesday night and learned about preparations for carrying the bodies and got on the train to meet again the wounded and offer them words of consolation."
KCNA: "After being informed of a suggestion of Chinese comrades that the bodies and the wounded of China be sent to the Chinese proper as soon as possible, the respected Supreme Leader saw to it that the formation of a train was made."
KCNA: "The respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un went to Pyongyang Railway Station on Wednesday night to see off a special purpose train carrying the bodies of Chinese who were killed and the wounded in a tragic traffic accident."
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