A North Korean woman who was forced to work in a prison camp where she started a secret Christian church and won converts for the faith despite immense persecution, has revealed that people living under the regime are taught that Christians kill people and drink their blood.
Azalea, a 19-year-old chimp, is the hottest attraction at a newly reopened zoo in Pyongyang, North Korea, smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. Read more... More about Mashable Video, Wildlife, Animal, Animal Rights, and Zoo
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Hours after North Korea launched its second missile test in the past week, US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter met with the South Korean Minister of Defense Han Min Koo at the Pentagon on Thursday. "As with previous...Show More Summary
"Why are our lives so different, just because of where we are born?" That's the question posed to the Washington Post by Suh, a 30-year-old North Korean woman now being held in a Bangkok detention center after being busted by local cops while trying to cross from Laos to Thailand....
The Pyongyang Central Zoo in North Korea recently reopened its doors to flocks of curious visitors, however one of the zoo's attractions has set off alarms overseas. Azalea is a 19-year-old cigarette-smoking chimpanzee who apparently...Show More Summary
North Korea test-fired a missile that failed immediately after launch early Thursday, the U.S. and South Korean militaries said, hours after the two countries agreed to step up efforts to counter the North's nuclear and missile threats. The...Show More Summary
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North Korea on Thursday conducted what was believed to be another failed test of a powerful medium-range missile capable of hitting US bases as far away as Guam, the South Korean military said. It was the second failed launch in less...Show More Summary
SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korea test-fired a missile that failed immediately after launch early on Thursday, the U.S. and South Korean militaries said, hours after the two countries agreed to step up efforts to counter the North's nuclear and missile threats.
North Korea on Thursday conducted what appeared to be its second failed test in a week of a powerful medium-range missile that experts warn could be operationally deployed as early as next year. South Korean and US military monitors said the missile — believed to be an intermediate-range Musudan — exploded shortly after take-off at
A zoo in Pyongyang, North Korea has a clear star attraction -- Azalea, the smoking chimpanzee. The zoo, which has been a popular spot since it reopened in July, is home to a 19-year-old animal whose North Korean name is "Dallae." According to AP, she never inhales the smoke. Show More Summary
A chimpanzee is the hottest attraction at a newly reopened zoo in North Korea after learning that the chimp smokes a pack of cigarettes a day. The 19-year-old chimp, named Azalea, Dallae in Korean, reportedly smokes a pack a day, according to The Guardian. Show More Summary
Pyongyang's newly opened zoo has a new star: Azalea, the smoking chimpanzee. According to officials at the newly renovated zoo, which has become a favorite leisure spot in the North Korean capital since it re-opened in July, the 19-year-old female chimpanzee, whose name in Korean is "Dallae," smokes...
A new zoo in Pyongyang, North Korea, is drawing thousands of visitors daily.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In spite of the apparent failure of another North Korean missile test at the weekend, the country's aggressive testing schedule could see its Musudan intermediate ballistic missile entering operational service sometime next year - much sooner than expected, a leading U.S. expert said on Monday.
A top North Korean official says that the US has nukes positioned off its coast aimed at "our country, our capital, and our Dear Leader," notes the country won't back down from this threat, and warns it might even take the first step if it feels provoked. "A preemptive nuclear...
Kim Jong Un? aims to give North Koreans more modern and “cultured” ways to spend their leisure time
The US military said Saturday it had detected an unsuccessful launch by North Korea of a powerful medium-range missile capable of hitting US bases as far away as Guam. UN resolutions prohibit North Korea from using ballistic missile technology, and this latest test came as the UN Security Council is debating fresh sanctions on Pyongyang