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¿Qué? podcast, episode 10: Who broke into the North Korean embassy in Madrid?

This week we discuss a curious incident involving a diplomatic mission in Spain, which may or may not have involved the CIA, and also remember the tragic killing of Carlos Palomino

The North Korean embassy in Madrid.
The North Korean embassy in Madrid.

This week on our ¿Qué? podcast we examine the curious break-in at the North Korean embassy in Madrid, in which the CIA may have been implicated. And we respond to a host of reader letters, taking the time to retell the story of the killing of left-wing activist Carlos Palomino. The perpetrator of last week’s terrorist atrocity in New Zealand had written the name of Palomino’s killer on his rifle magazine. We explain the background to that story.

¿Qué? is a podcast that tries to explain to an English-speaking audience the curious, the under-reported and sometimes simply bizarre news stories that are often in the headlines in Spain. You can subscribe through this RSS Feed or via your favorite podcast app, such as Google Podcasts or Apple Podcasts.

If you have any comments or questions about the topics we discuss, or would like to suggest issues for future podcasts, email us at englishedition@elpais.es or tweet Simon Hunter at @simoninmadrid using the hashtag #quepodcast.

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