Chinese Paper Thinks Kim Jong Un Is 'Sexiest Man Alive'

VIDEO: Chinas Communist Party paper reported on satirical article about North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
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Score One for the Onion The People's Daily, the newspaper of China's Communist Party, thought the Onion's satirical article naming North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "Sexiest Man Alive for the year 2012? was genuine and wrote a story about his accomplishment.

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