In another apparent run-up to a possible World War 3, North Korea leader Kim Jong Un looked on Saturday as his military test-fired a new anti-aircraft missile designed to stop a possible attack by United States bombers — even as two top U.S. Show More Summary
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has supervised the test of a new anti-aircraft weapon system and ordered its mass production and deployment throughout the country, the state news agency reported on Sunday, after weeks of defiant ballistic missile tests.
The North Korean leader tends to be surrounded by the same group.
SEOUL (Reuters) - After successful missile launches, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un often exchanges smiles and hugs with the same three men and shares a celebratory smoke with them.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In a call last month with the Philippines' president, U.S. President Donald Trump described North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un as a "madman with nuclear weapons" who could not be let on the loose, according to a leaked Philippine transcript of their call. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Days before President Donald Trump said that he would be "honored" to meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, Trump appeared to be singing a different tune to Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte during a private phone call inShow More Summary
"We have a lot of firepower over there," Trump said to Duterte, before revealing that firepower included two nuclear submarines.
Rodrigo Duterte has used his time as president of the Philippines to murder opponents, murder journalists, and murder anyone who questions his murdering all in the name of a war on drugs. So naturally, Donald Trump thinks Duterte is a great guy. Show More Summary
President Trump’s recent phone call with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte wasn't released in detail by the Trump White House, but someone else leaked it. Trump praises Duterte on the call for doing an “unbelievable job on the drug problem,” which consists of Duterte literally murdering people in extrajudicial street executions. (more…)
President Trump labeled North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un a “madman with nuclear weapons” during a private phone conversation with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte last month, just days before stating publicly that he would be “honored” to meet with Kim, [...]
Is North Korea President Kim Jong Un planning a drone attack on the South? If the latest news report has to be believed, an unidentified flying object was seen in the warzone between the two countries. It was seen in the Demilitarized...Show More Summary
On Sunday, Pyongyang fired a missile from its site in northeastern part of Pyongyang guided by leader Kim Jong Un.
The rogue state has been working hard to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of striking the U.S. mainland.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un once again showed that he is not going to let up on his country’s frequent ballistic missile tests, regardless of the international condemnation. Pyongyang carried out the latest ballistic missile test on Sunday, firing a medium-range projectile that flew about 310 miles. Show More Summary
Trump on…Kim Jong Un: smart cookiePutin: brilliant and talented Assad: deserves an AHussein: so goodFBI director: nut job — Matt McDermott (@mattmfm) May 19, 2017 Yes Trump gave classified info to the Russians but that was just locker room treason. — Ian Boothby (@IanBoothby) May 19, 2017 When you're the tsar, they let you do […]
"Streets of the capital city of Pyongyang were full of festive atmosphere to greet the scientists of national defense," noted North Korean state media.
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“The self-spreading ‘WannaCry’ internet worm, which ripped through 160,000 computers and crippled hospitals and other businesses, is now being linked to a North Korean cyber gang,” reports Kevin Poulsen at Daily Beast. (more…)
The self-spreading ‘WannaCry’ internet worm, which ripped through 160,000 computers and crippled hospitals and other businesses, is now being linked to a North Korean cyber gang.