After performing new tests this week, the DPRK claims it is in possession of an intermediate-range ballistic missile. One, according to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, capable of reaching those “American bastards.”
North Korean missiles are capable of reaching the US military bases across the Pacific in case of direct confrontation, North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un said after a ballistic missile test on Thursday.
Japan expressed concern about North Korea's Wednesday Musudan missile launches, especially since one of the two made it more than halfway to Japan. But per Kim Jong Un, Japan shouldn't be alone in its worry, the Guardian reports. "We have the sure capability to attack in an overall and practical...
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea leader Kim Jong Un said after supervising the test launch of a "medium long-range strategic ballistic missile" that the country came to possess "the sure capability to attack" U.S. interests in the Pacific, official media reported on Thursday.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Images in March of a smiling Kim Jong Un inspecting a silver sphere, purported to be a miniaturized nuclear warhead but likened in the media to a disco ball, burnished the North Korean leader's international image as deluded and reckless.
EOUL (Reuters) - North Korea launched what appeared to be a second intermediate-range Musudan missile on Wednesday morning after another launch hours earlier failed, South Korea's military said. It was not immediately clear if the second...Show More Summary
The Hermit Kingdom now reportedly has the plans to the mainstay of the U.S. Air Force. What will Kim Jong Un do with the designs?
Donald Trump has been bragging about his ability to make deals and negotiate with people like you wouldn't believe throughout this campaign. But today he expressed a curious confidence that he could (for real) talk North Korea out of having nukes.
Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Wednesday he would be open to meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on U.S. soil -- not for a state dinner, but maybe a hamburger.
Donald Trump said Wednesday he would welcome North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un to the US for negotiations. Speaking to supporters at a rally in Atlanta, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee said that while he would not meet...Show More Summary
Apparently the North Korean dictator, known to be a heavy smoker like his dad, can't even give it up for photo-ops
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said on Thursday that it will convene a session of its parliamentary in late June, following a rare congress of the country's ruling Workers' Party in May that cemented young leader Kim Jong Un's control of the isolated state.
North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, is clearly a fan of the factory tour. Images provided to North Korea's official Central News Agency over the years and compiled by Reuters show the autocratic leader apparently delighting in givingShow More Summary
The democratic candidate tells Rolling Stone what he’s trying to accomplish with his historic campaign; turns out Kim Jong Un’s aunt has lived in the U.S. under the radar for nearly 20 years; Donald Trump’s greatest mentor was one of...Show More Summary
Anna Fifield of the Washington Post found Kim Jong Un’s aunt and uncle and profiled them at length. Ko Yong Suk was the sister of Ko Yong Hui, who was one of Kim Jong Il’s wives and the mother of Kim Jong Un, the third-generation leader of North Korea. Show More Summary
A 60-year-old Korean woman with a soft perm and conservative clothes, she's taking a weekend off from pressing shirts and hemming pants at the dry-cleaning business she runs with her husband. But she's not just any immigrant. She's an aunt to Kim Jong Un, the young North Korean leader who has threatened to wipe out New York with a hydrogen bomb. Show More Summary
Ko Yung Suk is dictator Kim Jong Un’s aunt, and helped raise her sister’s child in Korea and Switzerland
Somalia plants to print its own currency; North Korea linked to digital attacks on global banks; Kim Jong Un's aunt runs a dry-cleaners in NYC; and more.
Kim Jong Un family members live secret lives in the U.S., the very place the secluded leader of North Korea has threatened to destroy. In fact, the family members of Kim Jong Un, which include his aunt, her husband, and their children, have lived in the U.S. Show More Summary
Some shareholders of financial news website TheStreet.com compared its board to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. In a letter Wednesday, Spear Point Capital Management, which has a 10% stake in the company, accused the board of manipulating...Show More Summary