North Korea appears to be developing a new weapons system capable of launching submarine-based ballistic missiles, the South’s defence ministry said Monday. “Based on recent US and South Korean intelligence, we have detected signs of North Korea developing a vertical […]
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North Korea's communist regime has pledged their support for an independent Scotland. North Korea has stated their explicit interest in trading natural resources in exchange for some delicious Scotch whiskey, even if their sovereignty...Show More Summary
By Sam Kim Sept. 15 (Bloomberg) — North Korea has tried to enhance its submarines to make them capable of firing ballistic missiles as it seeks to boost its ability [...] The post North Korea Seeking Submarines Capable of Firing Missiles appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
(Photo: the offices of the Free NK Newspaper by Thomas Hjelm) Communities of Korean immigrants can be found across the world, but few of them from North Korea because it's hard to escape from that country-sized prison. About 20,000 Korean immigrants live in New Malden, a suburb of London. Show More Summary
Earlier today while I was out having lunch, the restaurant had CNN on with the closed-captioning on. Their anchor-being (some blonde chick) was doing a story on the conditions in North Korea. You remember North Korea, right? That's the country...
An American man detained in North Korea since April for allegedly committing “hostile acts” against the secretive regime has been sentenced to six years of hard labor at one of North Korea’s notorious labor camps. 24-year-old Matthew...Show More Summary
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea's Supreme Court on Sunday convicted a 24-year-old American man of entering the country illegally to commit espionage and sentenced him to six years of hard labor. At a trial that lasted about...Show More Summary
North Korea on Sunday sentenced an American man to six years of hard labor for allegedly carrying out "hostile acts" against the country. Twenty-four-year-old Matthew Miller tore up his visa upon arriving in Pyongyang back in April, declaring that he sought asylum in the cloistered country. Show More Summary
The AP reports North Korea's Supreme Court sentenced 24-year-old American Matthew Miller to six years of hard labor on Sunday, charging him with "entering the country illegally to commit espionage." Read more...
Update as of 5.55am EDT: (Reuters) – North Korea sentenced U.S. citizen Matthew Todd Miller to six years hard labor for committing “hostile acts” as a tourist to the isolated country, a statement carried by state media said on Sunday. “He committed acts hostile to the DPRK while entering the territory of the DPRK under [...]
Matthew Miller was accused of entering the country illegally and trying to commit espionage.
By James Pearson SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea sentenced U.S. Matthew Miller joins Kenneth Bae to become the second American currently serving a hard labor sentence in North Korea. A third, Jeffrey Fowle, is currently awaiting trial....Show More Summary
PYONGYANG, North Korea — North Korea's Supreme Court on Sunday sentenced a 24-year-old American man to six years of hard labor for entering the country illegally to commit espionage. At a trial that lasted about 90 minutes, the court...Show More Summary
Miller was charged under Article 64 of the North Korean criminal code, which is for espionage and can carry a sentence of five to 10 years
Matthew Miller, of Bakersfield, Calif., had entered North Korea on a tourist visa. The country says he sought to be thrown in jail to investigate human rights issues.
North Korea said Sunday it had sentenced detained American Matthew Miller to six years of hard labour for “hostile” acts against Pyongyang. “He committed acts hostile to the (North) while entering the territory of the (North) under the guise of a tourist last April,” the...
North Korea's Supreme Court on Sunday sentenced a 24-year-old American man to six years of hard labor for entering the country illegally and trying to commit espionage.
North Korea's Supreme Court has sentenced Matthew Miller, a US citizen, to six years with labor for entering the country illegally and trying to commit an act of espionage. The court said today that the 24-year-old Miller, of Bakersfield, Calif., tore up his tourist visa at Pyongyang's airport when he...