The North Koreans said former President Park Geun-hye of South Korea and her intelligence chief would face a “miserable dog’s death.”
Earlier this month, a resident in a rural province of South Korea found a small, sky-blue unmanned plane perched nose-up against a tree in a remote forest. The drone belonged to the North Korean military and apparently had flown south for five hours, capturing images of a sensitive new U.S. anti-missile...
WASHINGTON (AP) — South Korea's new leader, on a four-day visit to Washington, was aiming to reconcile differences with President Donald Trump after advocating a softer approach to North Korea and delaying U.S. plans for the full deployment...Show More Summary
US F-16s in South Korea and Japanese F-35s are both set to get long-range missiles that are ideal for striking North Korean mobile missile launchers. The US Air Force in South Korea recently increased the range and strength of its aircraft with...Show More Summary
North Korea has vowed to execute South Korea's former president and her spy director, accusing them of planning to assassinate its supreme leadership. The official Korean Central News Agency said … Click to Continue »
Two days ago, Japan’s Asahi Shimbun newspaper reported that former South Korean President Park Geun-hye had made plans to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, adding that Ex-president Park, who was impeached in a corruption scandal earlier this year, signed a document approving a “leadership change” in North Korea back in 2015. Show More Summary
SEOUL, June 28 (Reuters) - North Korea said on Wednesday it has issued a standing order for the execution of former South Korean President Park Geun-hye and her spy chief for a plot to assassinate its leader. Read more| Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
DO ECONOMIC SANCTIONS REALLY DAMAGE NORTH KOREA’S DICTATORSHIP?: According to a high level defector, they do. “Economic sanctions, if continued, will erode the North Korean regime’s grip on power, create more opportunities for market activities and stir all kinds of corruption and disorder in the country,” said Ri Jong Ho in his first public interview […]
It's not just you — this phone looks really familiar to us, too. North Korean company Mangyongdae Information Technology Corporation just dropped the Jindallae 3, and it looks a whole lot like an iPhone. SEE ALSO: 'North Korea VR' is an extraordinary glimpse of the world's most oppressive country This changes everything. Show More Summary
With escalating fears about North Korean nuclear capabilities, Cheyenne Mountain’s ability to predict and survive a nuclear attack resonates more than ever.
With tensions mounting in the Korean Peninsula, a look at how much---or how little---damage the Hermit Kingdom could cause stateside.
Peter J. Brown Security, North Korea has one of the world's largest fleets of submarines. As Washington, Seoul and Tokyo fret about North Korea’s repeated firing of ballistic missiles into the skies of Northeast Asia, another part of...Show More Summary
The attacks come at a time of increasing tensions between the two countries and ahead of South Korean President Moon Jae-In’s first visit to the White House this week.
Tiny restaurant in Seoul caters to thousands of refugees who, in spite of brutal dictatorship, miss "the taste of where they came from"
The ousted president of South Korea reportedly signed off on plans to “remove” North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un from leadership... The post Report: Ousted South Korean President Approved Plan for ‘Leadership Change’ in North Korea By Any Means Necessary appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
For decades, the threat from North Korea has posed a significant challenge to the United States. During the first few months of President Donald Trump’s administration, Trump has struggled to define a policy approach to deal with North Korea. In the meantime, North Korea has reminded the world how...
Disturbing footage has emerged of two North Korean citizens being brutally beaten by officials from Kim Jong-un’s dictatorship. The footage allegedly shows a woman accused of having sexual relations with men from China and South Korea...Show More Summary
SEOUL (Reuters) - A leading North Korean sports official believes it is too late to consider South Korean President Moon Jae-in's proposal to form a unified team for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, saying that political tension must be resolved first. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
With their fists held high in what was described as the traditional Communist salute, the women called for “class education” to be intensified to spread the message of the U.S. being the “principal enemy” of North Korea.
Today, the RedState Department of History observes the 67th anniversary of the start of the Korean War. On June 25, 1950, North Korean troops poured over the border into South Korea, starting a three-year conflict which would eventually cost over 35,000 American lives. Show More Summary