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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Kim Chon Ryong
Five teenagers in school uniforms hold accordions. On the wall is a giant painting of the secret mountain hideout of their nation's founder, Kim Il Sung. Small red stickers on their instruments mark them as gifts from Kim Jong Il.
The trip to Norway, "far from our fatherland," was the students' first abroad, Kim said.
Four of the students who traveled to Norway hail from small provincial towns outside Pyongyang, she said.