Kim Jong Un? aims to give North Koreans more modern and “cultured” ways to spend their leisure time
With the support of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who has vowed to give North Koreans more modern and "cultured" ways to spend their leisure time, and with foreign tourism companies looking to entice visitors with unique things to...Show More Summary
To stop Pyongyang's march to a nuclear arsenal, the White House is looking to target Chinese companies that bankroll Kim Jong Un’s banned weapons.
He might not know who Kim Jong Un is, but he's down with blowing thick clouds, bro.
Gary Johnson's had his "Aleppo moment." He's had his "forgetting world leaders" moment. And now the Libertarian candidate for president has completed the foot-in-mouth trifecta with his "Are you seriously asking me for the name of North Korea's leader?" moment. USA Today reports that that latter event happened during a...
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson drew a blank again. In an interview with The New York Times, Johnson skirted around a question about whether he could identify North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un. When asked if he knew the...Show More Summary
On my mind: drawing a blank at what last United stopover award to book. Events: The secret life of Kim Jong Un’s aunt, who has… The post Morning Chai: Lame Platinum, Win Avios, and Kim Jung Un’s Aunt in the US appeared first on Rapid Travel Chai.
One or two officials may have followed the lead of a diplomat in London and defected from North Korea. A Health Ministry official stationed at North Korea's embassy in Beijing—tasked with sourcing medical supplies for a clinic visited by Kim Jong Un and his family—has reportedly sought asylum...
Kim Jong Un has vowed to wipe the United States from the map and many military thinkers are concerned with North Korea’s growing nuclear stockpile, but the real threat may be quite different. Using technology and equipment already available to North Korea, the reclusive communist country could attack the U.S. Show More Summary
By CRACKED Staff Published: September 30th, 2016
South Korean creatives worked with a local charity on the project.
The defense minister of South Korea said this week that the country has elite troops ready to take out North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The troops would be used in the event that Kim was going to launch nuclear weapons at South Korea, Han Min-koo said. Show More Summary
Defense minister reveals plan to remove North Korean dictator if nuclear risk becomes too great.
After Kim Jong Un and North Korea conducted their biggest nuclear test yet, South Korea is bolstering its plan to "eliminate" the dictator should...
This should calm tensions on the Korean peninsula. Asked in parliament on Wednesday whether South Korea had a plan in place to take out North Korean leader Kim Jong Un should the need arise, the country's defense minister didn't beat around the bush. "Yes, we do have such a plan,...
CRAZY LIKE A FOX: South Korea reveals it has a plan to assassinate Kim Jong Un. South Korea has elite troops on standby ready to assassinate Kim Jong Un if the country feels threatened by North Korean nuclear weapons, the country’s defense minister revealed this week. Asked in parliament Wednesday if there was a special […]
Kim Jong Un has overseen a ground test of a new rocket engine and ordered a satellite launch preparation, state media said Tuesday, an indication North Korea may soon conduct a prohibited long-range rocket launch, per the AP. The UN and others view the North's space launch project as a...
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised a ground test of a new rocket engine to launch satellites, the North's state media reported Tuesday, the latest in a rapid succession of missile-related tests this year by the isolated state. Kim...Show More Summary
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has supervised a ground test of a new rocket engine to launch satellites, the North's state media reported on Tuesday, the latest in a rapid succession of missile-related tests this year by the isolated state.
North Korea may be isolated in the international community but it now has a modest ally on the Spanish coast - the Pyongyang Cafe, a bar founded to support Kim Jong Un's rule.