North Korea has reported Park Geun-Hye's victory in the South's presidential election -- a day late, with no mention of her name, and no reference to the historic nature of her win.
This file photo shows posters of South Korea's presidential candidates, on the day of country's presidential election, in Seoul, on December 19, 2012. North Korea reported on Park Geun-Hye's victory in the election a day late, with no mention of her name, and no reference to the historic nature of her win.
The official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), which had previously devoted considerable time and space to denouncing Park Geun-Hye and her ruling conservative party, recorded her victory in a one-line report late Thursday.
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