May 11 - A North Korean international camp for children reopens in Wonsan after being renovated. Gavino Garay reports.
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Trumpets blare at a North Korean children's camp.
A so-called international children's camp is reopening its doors following a renovation.
The camp was reportedly built in 1960.
This video provided by the North's state news agency, whose content Reuters cannot independently verify, shows North Korean children and teachers at a ceremony.
Children take part in a group dance and peer into an aquarium.
The schools boasts an indoor swimming pool and gymnasium as well.
What looks like a girl's dorm room has a wide screen TV and pink sheets on the beds.
The U.N. last year reported that malnutrition remained high in North Korea -- leading to stunted growth in children.
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