In heavy rain, North Koreans put down their umbrellas to bow before the mausoleum of founder Kim Il Sung and his son on Thursday as the country marked the end of the Korean War, which it calls Victory Day. There had been widespread speculation...Show More Summary
Newsweek published this story under the headline of “Welcome the Dear Leader” on July 18, 1994 after Kim Il Sung, then dictator of North Korea, died. In light of recent news involving North Korea and threats against the U.S., Newsweek is republishing the story. KIM JONG IL IS LECHEROUS AND...
Kim Il Sung demanded that the world deal with him on his terms.
James left North Korea this year with smuggled currency, stamps and a poster of “the great leader,” Kim Il Sung, that he bought on the black market. Months later, James’s fellow American, Otto Warmbier, died after suffering from a mysterious brain injury while in detention in North Korea, accused of stealing a propaganda poster from a hotel. Show More Summary
North Korean propaganda is many things, but it's not subtle. Case in point: a new video, unveiled at a recent musical performance in honor of Kim Il Sung, shows missiles leaving a U.S. city in flames. In the footage, a handful of missiles arc over the Pacific, then explode into a giant fireball. It ends with […]
A North Korean video shows a simulated missile strike on the U.S., completely engulfing the target in flames. The video was played during a musical tribute to the late Kim Il Sung.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea put on a musical show to mark the birthday of founding father Kim Il Sung, which ended with a mock-up video of missiles engulfing the United States in flames, prompting cheers from the audience and smiles from current leader Kim Jong Un.
North Korea 's state television aired footage of a musical show marking the birthday of founding father Kim Il Sung, which ended with a mock-up video of missiles engulfing the United States in flames. A choral performance attended by...Show More Summary
On April 16 two enormous intercontinental ballistic missiles rolled through the streets of Pyongyang as part of Kim Il Sung’s birthday celebrations. Kim, the grandfather of current North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un, has been dead since 1994 but the day he was born remains a national holiday. It was an...
North Korea put on a musical spectacle to honor the birthday of the nation's founder, Kim Il Sung, ending with a video in which missiles rain down on the United States and burst into flames. The audience and the current leader Kim Jong Un appeared to love it. (more…)
North Korea put on its annual display of military prowess this past Saturday in celebration of what would have been the 105th birthday of its founder, Kim Il Sung. The
NDtBF is playing brinksmanship again, attempting to launch a medium range ballistic missile today in recognition of the 105th birthday of the late North Korea founder Kim Il Sung, NDtBF’s grandfather. Unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned. ‘North Korean missile fired from the east coast of the country Sunday “blew up almost immediately,” officials said. […]
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — The latest on celebrations in North Korea marking the 105th birthday of the country's late founder, Kim Il Sung (all times local):
North Korea's big day, the anniversary of the birth of its founding leader, Kim Il Sung, came and went with no underground nuclear test by the North, and no pre-emptive … Click to Continue »
North Korean soldiers march during a parade for the ‘Day of the Sun’ festival on Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, North Korea; a police officer inspects a damaged house for victims during a rescue mission after a garbage dump collapsed...Show More Summary
North Korea shows off what are thought to be new ballistic missiles, and issues a grave warning to the United States, as it celebrates the 105th anniversary of the birth of state founder Kim Il Sung.
North Korea spent the weekend celebrating the 105th anniversary of the country’s late founder, Kim Il Sung
North Korea invited the world's press into the country this week, as part of the celebrations for the 105th birth anniversary of its founder, Kim Il Sung. It was a rare glimpse into the highly secretive regime, which has scant resources...Show More Summary
What appeared to be new long-range and submarine-based missiles were paraded out during the nation's annual celebration of its founder, Kim Il Sung.
By Sue-Lin Wong and James Pearson PYONGYANG/SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea displayed what appeared to be new long-range and submarine-based missiles on the 105th birth anniversary of its founding father, Kim Il Sung, on Saturday, as a nuclear-powered U.S. Show More Summary