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Kim Jong Un is painted as a mysterious, menacing warhead on the latest New Yorker cover

THE NEW cover of the New Yorker magazine, titled “Warhead,” is a striking image that billboards a report from inside the Hermit Kingdom. The cover, by Eric Drooker, shows the crown of the head of Kim Jong Un in the foreground, as the North Korean leader is intriguingly cropped down to little more than his […]
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