How is it to commute in Pyongyang’s old metro trains?

People living in North Korea are largely cut off from the rest of the world. In the capital, Pyongyang, they use an energy-efficient public transport system which it's operating despite sanctions.

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    People living in North Korea are largely cut off from the rest of the world.

    In the capital, Pyongyang, they use an energy-efficient public transport system which it is operating despite sanctions.

    Al Jazeera's Caroline Malone explains.


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