SEOUL ? North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised the test-firing of a submarine-launched ballistic missile and declared it “the greatest success,” which puts the country in the “front rank” of nuclear military powers, official media...Show More Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ramped up the missile threat, the commander of U.S. Army forces in the Pacific said.
But then again, dude says a lot of shit.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised a test-fire of a submarine-launched ballistic missile and declared it "the greatest success" that put the country in the "front rank" of nuclear military powers, official media reported on Thursday.
The North Korean government has made a habit of ripping off American technology products. Back in 2013, Kim Jong Un’s totalitarian regime made a state-sponsored Android phone ripoff, followed by a Mac OS X ripoff in 2015. Now, it appears that North Korea wants a piece of streaming video. Read more...
Friends with terrible benefits
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has sent Russian President Vladimir Putin a friendly message expressing his desire for greater relations between the two countries. Putin will meet with South Korea’s president next month, when he will...Show More Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un expressed his confidence in the steady development of bilateral relations with Russia.
After dedicating a bridge to Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov’s father in June, St Petersburg has now unveiled a memorial plaque to North Korean leader Kim Jong un’s father, local news site Fontanka reports. Kim Jong il, who ruled North Korea until his death in 2011, presided over an initial attempt to mend ties with Russia. Show More Summary
North Korea announced plans to land on the surface of the moon and plant their flag in the lunar soil within 10 years despite international sanctions and experts say they could succeed. A senior official from North Korea’s space agency said the hermit country’s five year space plan involves launching more satellites into orbit including... Show More Summary
North Korea has carried out more than 30 ballistic tests under the country's current leader Kim Jong Un, the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said Wednesday.
On Thursday, Han Song Ryol a diplomat for North Korea stated that the United States crossed a “red line” and that this was interpreted as the United States having declared war on North Korea. The leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, was placed on a list of sanctioned individuals by the United States. Show More Summary
North Korea's top diplomat for U.S. affairs said that Washington declared war by putting Kim Jong Un on its list of sanctioned individuals.
The United States’ inclusion of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on its list of sanctioned individuals is a step too far, according to Pyongyang’s top diplomat.
North Korea has not only accused the U.S. government of declaring war following the latest round of economic sanctions against Kim Jong Un, but the regime has also banned all imports of goods that resemble a Christian cross, such as women's hairpins and men's neckties.
NORTH KOREA SAYS US HAS CROSSED A RED LINE: Seems Kim Jong Un’s “supreme dignity” has been challenged. Still, the choice of “red line” is ironic. Will the Kim regime’s Red fascist “red line” on the Korean peninsula prove to be as non-existent as Obama’s “red line” in Syria?
North Korea's top diplomat for U.S. affairs said Thursday that Washington “crossed the red line” and effectively declared war by putting leader Kim Jong Un on its list of sanctioned individuals, and said a vicious showdown could erupt if the U.S. and South Korea hold annual war games as planned...
Three ballistic missiles launched by North Korea Tuesday into the Sea of Japan off of South Korea's eastern coast wasn't just an arbitrary exercise, the Washington Post reports. The apparent intent of the Kim Jong Un-approved launch: A dry run at "preemptive strikes at ports and airfields in the operational...
Religious freedom remains non-existent in the oppressive regime of North Korea's Kim Jong Un, with evidence showing that over 100,000 people, some spanning three generations back, are forced to work in back-breaking camps, the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee reports.