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For spy satellites keeping watch over North Korea, one spot in Pyongyang would have been ablaze with light last Wednesday night instead of being shrouded in the country's usual darkness.
The reason: South Korean President Moon Jae-in was there at the May Day Stadium, making history as the first leader from the South to deliver a rousing public address to a crowd of some 150,000.
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