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Here is North Korea's version of events in the past day. The country says its great leader, Kim Jong Un, sent a handwritten letter ordering the launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile which North Korea says was successful.

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There was a moment last week in Moscow when I had occasion to wonder if I was being surveilled.

"They'll be tracking you from the moment you land," my CIA sources back in Washington had warned, as I prepared for a reporting trip to Russia. "For God's sake, don't log on to your regular email accounts from there."

I've reported from Russia before. I'm careful.

But one evening, typing away in NPR's Moscow bureau, the cursor began to jump around on its own. Words moved. I raised my hands from the keyboard and watched in wonder as the screen went black.

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David Greene is on the line from Moscow. David, are people saying just the same thing there?

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You may recognize her for her role as Rue in the movie, The Hunger Games. It was in this fan favorite that Amandla Stenberg made her mark as the smart sidekick to Katniss Everdeen, played by Jennifer Lawrence.

But away from dystopian world of The Hunger Games, the teenager has also been making her mark on the Internet.

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