North Korea's Kim Jong-Un has climbed the country's highest mountain, state media has reported.
The chain of events leading up to the release of “The Interview,” the Sony Pictures movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco as antagonists to the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, itself reads like a plot point in the film. In late...Show More Summary
Who could possibly open up North Korea to outside culture? Who could convince the Kim dynasty to officially sanction the appearance of anything related to mainstream capitalist enterprise? Who, in 2015, could succeed where even Dennis Rodman had failed? Oh, I think you know. Show More Summary
The latest North Korean textbook has alleged that the country’s supreme leader Kim Jong-Un learned to drive at the tender age of 3. But that’s not all, because the book states that Kim Jong Un also raced a yacht against an adult when he was 9, a race that he, of course, won. Show More Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Wednesday toured a plant in Pyongyang that produces missile parts and other electronic parts for military supplies, as Pyongyang prepares to test-fire a medium-range ballistic missile.
North Korea test-fired four short-range missiles into the sea off its west coast Friday in an operation apparently supervised by leader Kim Jong-Un amid heightened military tensions, a South Korean military spokesman said. The missiles were launched from a base […]
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is looking for some new talent. Apparently, he’s resurrecting the “pleasure squad,” which had been family tradition for generations. In the past, the young women in the pleasure squad were hired to “entertain” the dictator … More » The post Kim Jong-Un is Looking for Young Women for His Pleasure Squad appeared first on EveryJoe.
Kim Jong-un, the leader of North Korea, has reportedly ordered the recruitment of a “pleasure squad” of young women - a family tradition from the days of North Korea’s founding ruler Kim Il-sung. The women are supposed to “entertain”...Show More Summary
The Dear Leader has a way with words that will grace the top of TreeHugger every morning.
How should the United States respond to the hacking of a Japanese company that made a film about Seth Rogen and James Franco killing Kim Jong-un? Lawmakers, intelligence agencies, and other officials have grappled with that question since the November 2014 hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment. Show More Summary
Ahead of last year’s release of The Interview, the Seth Rogen film about two journalists instructed to assassinate Kim Jong-un, North Korea interpreted the film as ‘an act of war’.… Read more The post A James Bond thriller for real appeared first on The Spectator.
VLADIVOSTOK -- Kim Jong-un is scheduled to visit Moscow this May as one of the Kremlin's numerous guests of honor for the 70th anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany. This will be his first visit abroad since he succeeded his father...Show More Summary
Singaporeans who gathered in Hong Kong to watch a live broadcast of Lee Kuan Yew's state funeral were left furious after a Kim Jong-un impersonator took the stage and called the former Singapore prime minister the "world's greatest dictator." [ more › ]
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Justin Bieber is a worst person than the most notorious dictator in the world's most effed up country. According to a recent poll and Shaquille O'Neal, that is. The NBA legend is one of several celebrities who will take to the stageShow More Summary
The hacking of Sony Pictures’ computer files, apparently in revenge for a movie about a zany plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, marks a new chapter in the saga of cybersecurity, cybercrime, and cyberwarfare. MostShow More Summary
If North Korea were a normal country, even a normal dictatorship, there would be nothing at all worrisome about the threats and bombast billowing forth from its ludicrous leader, Kim Jong-un. But by design, it is not a normal country. Show More Summary
Recently the world’s favorite whack-job dictator, North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, brought an enduring human concern back into the news cycle through his crazy antics. This perennial topic has nothing to do with censorship, nuclear proliferation,...Show More Summary
Russia and North Korea make up the latest international odd couple. President Vladimir Putin reached out to one of the poorest and least predictable states on earth. So far the new Moscow-Pyongyang axis matters little. But Russia demonstrated...Show More Summary
Late last year, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's comedy The Interview caused quite a ruckus. The action centers around two bumbling journalists on a mission to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, which, you can imagine, rubbed a few people the wrong way. Show More Summary