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'North Korea - it's not rocket science'

In today's pick of the international press, we look at the nuclear summit in Korea, why Tibetans are burning themselves to death as a protest, and corruption allegations in Britain.

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Foreign Policy magazine says the Obama administration is letting North Korea get away with whatever it likes.

The Guardian is looking at the rising use of the death penalty in the Arab world and China - while the New York Times asks why Tibetans choose self-immolation as a form of protest.

Meanwhile in the UK, there's a growing scandal over donations to the Conservative Party - The Independent says their old image as the party of the rich is back.

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