Google and YouTube spark outrage by BANNING vital North Korean videos from their websites

Google and YouTube spark outrage by BANNING vital North Korean videos from their websites

NORTH Korean YouTube channels have been shut down leading to worries that the prison state is now completely shut off from the outside world.

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