Is North Korea’s Leader in China? Hints Say So, but Chinese Won’t – David Lague

From The New York Times:

In a big Chinese city, a convoy of limousines with blackened glass windows and minibuses packed with security officers usually means inconvenience and delays for commuters. Without warning, thousands of police officers may block all approach roads so that a senior Chinese leader or visiting dignitary can sweep along empty avenues.

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