North Korea kicked out three BBC journalist by saying they ‘insulted’ the country

North Korea kicked out a team of BBC journalist by saying that they ‘insulted’ the country along with the Supreme leader Kim Jong-un.

It’s been reported that the BBC reporter, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes, was there to attend the Workers’ Party congress, which usually happen once in a generation.

The officials of the North Korea released an official statement in which they said “Rupert and his team were kicked out of the country because they were filming and reporting some inappropriate content”.

They were also questioned for around eight hours, before the officials took them to airport.

However, what exactly the content was about, is still unclear.


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