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NPR's Jacki Lyden speaks with Dr. Norbert Vollertsen, a German physician who has done aid work in North Korea, about his efforts to help get information to North Koreans and to encourage them to flee the country. An account of Dr. Vollertsen's experiences dealing with North Korea appeared in Wednesday's Wall Street Journal.



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