Russian President Vladimir Putin signaled Wednesday that he wants to establish closer ties with North Korea in hopes of improving regional security. Leader Kim Jong Un, meanwhile, is facing a new U.N. resolution accusing his administration of crimes against humanity.
The Russian president wants to strengthen his nation's relationship with North Korea.
(UNITED NATIONS) — The world’s boldest effort yet to hold North Korea and leader Kim Jong Un accountable for alleged crimes against humanity moved forward Tuesday at the United Nations, where a Pyongyang envoy threatened further nuclear tests. The U.N. General Assembly’s human rights committee approved a resolution that urges the Security Council to refer…
North Korea's drones are cheap, small, and poorly made. That's exactly why they're so dangerous.
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Dennis Rodman says he played a crucial role in bringing imprisoned American Kenneth Bae back home from North Korea... because he begged Kim Jong Un for the guy's release -- and he's got proof.Rodman tells TMZ... he sent a letter to the dictator…
Korean leader Kim Jong Un is portrayed as even crueler than his dad according to a former bodyguard. Lee Young-guk said Kim Jong Un has created a “fake” loyalty that is “based on fear,” he told CNN. “Kim Jong Un ended up killing his uncle, who even Kim Jong Il could not kill,” said Young-guk. [...]
Use North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s ashtray and you’ll get sent to die in a concentration camp.
A former bodyguard to Kim Jong Il has talked to CNN about what it was like to work for the late North Korean dictator. Lee Young-guk said that in addition to physical training, he was subjected to ideological training to make him believe Dear Leader was a god and his only purpose in life was to serve him. Show More Summary
The former bodyguard of Kim Jong Il has revealed that the late North Korean leader would execute people on a whim when he was in bad moods, and in one case sent a senior official to die at a concentration camp for using his private elevator and ashtray.
What’s your favourite of Kim Jong Un’s photo opportunities? I like the pictures of the cuddly psychopath inspecting a lubricant factory. One of them has Kim rubbing his hands with… Continue reading The post Our verdict on the North Korean embassy’s art exhibition: ‘I’ve seen worse’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un who was “missing” for the better part of the month of September had early last month made his comeback. The North Korean state media had back then confirmed Kim Jong Un’s poor health for the reason behind the leader’s sudden disappearance. Show More Summary
What with his nation's recent naval triumphs and Ebola crackdown, Kim Jong Un is a busy guy. So North Korea watchers can rest easier knowing that Kim is apparently back on his own two feet. As Bloomberg reports via state media ( pictures here ), the strongman appeared in public...
Suki Kim's memoir about teaching in an elite North Korean school run by evangelical missionaries highlights the dangers and absurdities of life in a closed society.
North Korea leader Kim Jong Un is so concerned about the possibility of Ebola spreading to his already-secluded country that he’s implemented a 21-day mandatory quarantine period for foreigners traveling from abroad -- and virtually no one can leave either.
Via Pink News: A picture of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visiting an orphanage has gone viral – and you will never guess why. The supreme leader of the secretive state was seen in photos released today, visiting a state-funded children’s home. Show More Summary
In the late '90s, actress Lizzy Caplan met a couple of up-and-coming teenage actors named Seth Rogen and James Franco on the set of a cult, soon-to-be-canceled NBC series called "Freaks and Geeks." Just 15 herself, Caplan had never acted professionally before and spent much of her time on the...
Turns out North Korea wasn’t kidding about protecting itself from Ebola. Kim Jong Un’s regime is not taking any chances when it comes to keeping out the virus — despite the fact that it’s happening half a world away and that North Korea is the most closed state in the world. Read full article >>
Turns out North Korea wasn’t kidding about protecting itself from Ebola. Kim Jong Un’s regime is not taking any chances when it comes to keeping out the virus – despite the fact that it’s happening half a world away and that North Korea is the most closed state in the world. After last week closing […]