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Foreign Papers Observe Anniversary of Korean People's Victory in War
| Pyongyang, August 5 (KCNA) -- Foreign papers carried special write-ups from July 26 to 28 on the occasion of the 61st anniversary of the Korean people's victory in the Fatherland Liberation War. They were accompanied by photos documenting the feats performed by President Kim Il Sung in leading the war to victory.
The Iranian paper Iran News in an article titled "History of victory" said that the U.S. which boasted of being the "strongest" in the world bent its knees before the Korean people on July 27, 1953.
The article went on:
The DPRK, not a big country in the East, wrought such a miracle as beating back the aggression forces of the U.S. and its satellite forces for the first time in history.
The service personnel and people of the DPRK overwhelmed the numerical and technical superiorities of the enemy with politico-ideological, strategic and tactical superiorities.
July 27 is the day of great victory for the Korean people when they shattered to smithereens the myth of the U.S. "mightiness" and defended the sovereignty of the country.
The Egyptian paper Al Misaiya in an article titled "July 27 of the DPRK" noted that the army and people of the DPRK achieved a brilliant victory in the Fatherland Liberation War under the wise guidance of the illustrious commander.
The Nepalese paper Gorkha Express also carried articles praising the undying exploits performed by Kim Il Sung in winning a victory.
The Myanmar paper The New Age dedicated one whole page to the photos showing the feats performed by the heroic soldiers of the Korean People's Army during the Fatherland Liberation War and disclosing the U.S. imperialists' defeat in the war.
The paper carried an article titled "DPRK celebrates the day of victory in war." The preface of the article said that the world progressives will always remember the historic event in which the Korean people beat back the U.S. imperialist aggressors.
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