Earlier this year, persecution watchdog group Open Doors USA ranked North Korea as the most dangerous place in the world to be a Christian....
This morning's key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com North Korea's Kim Jong-un reelected with 100% of the vote Terrorist bombings continue in Pakistan despite so-called 'cease-fire' Outrage growing in Pakistan as famine kills hundreds...Show More Summary
Congratulations to the Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland, which took 100 per cent of the vote in Sunday's elections in North Korea. The Supreme Leader, Kim Jong-un, also won 100 per cent in his constituency of Mount Paektu. The Mount is populated by a single malnourished peasant who ekes out an existence [...]
Absolutely Everyone Voted for Kim Jong-un in North Korea's Election
Unsurprisingly, North Korea claimed voters in the country unanimously re-elected "supreme leader" Kim Jong-un after heading to the polls Sunday. State news agency KCNA marked the momentous occasion with no less than eleven separate updates...Show More Summary
Welcome to this morning's edition of "First To Know," a series in which we keep you in the know on what's happening around the world. Today, we're looking at five important stories Over the weekend, 90% of North Koreans voted in elections...Show More Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is the most popular politician in the world — at least if the Hermit Kingdom's state-run media is to be believed. Running uncontested in the first election for the Supreme People's Assembly since assuming control of the country, Kim was the unanimous choice in his district, which reported a perfect 100 percent turnout. Show More Summary
North Korean leader elected to national assembly with a perfect result, state media says.
Retired NBA forward Dennis Rodman made headlines as a player with his volatile antics, his medley of different hairstyles and his exceptional rebounding and defensive skills, among other things. Rodman's most recent brush with controversy...Show More Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is irresistible. Or at least that’s how Kim Jong-Un’s state-controlled Korean Central News Agency is depicting it in a series of just-released photographs of the leader being fawned over by half a dozen female pilots. According to the news agency,...
Kim Jong-un, the supreme leader of North Korea, has called for the execution of 33 people for reportedly working as accomplices to South Korean Baptist missionary Kim Jung-wook and planning to help him create 500 underground churches. Show More Summary
Here's a striking example of how strained the relationship is between South Korea and Japan: The latest survey from Asan Institute for Policy found that among South Koreans, Kim Jong-Un scored higher in favorability ratings than North...Show More Summary
We can already predict the outcome even thought the first ballot hasn’t been cast. North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, stands for re-election March 9. We’re going out on a limb and predicting he will win. Of course, that’s an easy prediction, since he’s the only candidate!
If Choe Ryong-hae is purged, it could signal that North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un, is concentrating power in his own hands.
The former head chef of the Kim family revealed the decadent upbringing of North Korea's brutal dictator.
The wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is stirring speculation that she may be pregnant again. In a recent photo released by North Korea’s Rodong Newspaper, Ri Sul-ju was spotted wearing a similar baggy beige dress that she wore in October 2012 during...
Later this year we're getting a comedy called The Interview focusing on an attempt by the CIA to have a TV producer (Seth Rogen) and his talk show host personality (James Franco) being trained to kill the leader of North Korea under the guise of a high profile interview (it's one of my most anticipated films of 2014). Show More Summary
Who loves The Who? Everybody loves The Who, that’s who. Six billion Chinese people love The Who. That Turkish family that walks on all fours loves The Who. Kim Jong-un loves The Who. The ape at the zoo loves The Who. Okay, I suppose there are lots of people who don’t love The Who, but […] The post Graded on a Curve: The Who, Who’s Next appeared first on The Vinyl District.
WASHINGTON — The United Nations will bring charges against the North Korean regime, led by current Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un, of ordering systematic torture, starvation and killings similar to the Nazi Germany era. Reuters reported that the investigators advised Kim Jong-Un in a letter, warning him that he could be charged by the International Criminal […]