Early Easter in N. Korea

NOON -- Famine condiitons in North Korea have been partially alleviated, according this story from Germany's Der Spiegel:
    The fate of 12 German giant rabbits delivered to North Korea is in doubt. The breeder who sent them suspects they have been eaten by top officials rather than used to set up a bunny farm. Berlin's North Korean embassy denies the allegation. One thing is sure: the country will have to find another seller.

    A German rabbit breeder who sold 12 rabbits to North Korea to breed giant bunnies said he won't be exporting any more to the reclusive communist country because he suspects they have been eaten.
— Larry, Attack Monkey, Light Reading

Be the first to post a comment regarding this story.
Sign In