(CNN) -- An Australian newspaper found itself the focus of a 14-paragraph denouncement in the state-run North Korean media agency, KCNA. The North Korean news agency lashed out at mX, a free commuter paper in three Australian cities, calling it sordid, foolish, bullying, degrading, incompetent, pitiful and rogue -- among other things. So how did a paper that focuses on "fun news, sport and entertainment" earn the verbal wrath of Pyongyang? Last week, the paper published the Olympics medal standing and differentiated between South Korea and North Korea by calling them respectively "Nice Korea" and "Naughty Korea.
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