Kim Jong-un has reportedly publicly executed two top North Korean officials with an anti-aircraft gun -- one, reportedly, for falling asleep during a meeting with the leader.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un ordered the execution of two senior officials by anti-aircraft gun earlier this month, according to South Korea’s JoongAng Ilbo newspaper. The two were reportedly arrested publicly, for different reasons. Show More Summary
Norway aims to build some of the world's most advanced seismic ships, which will are being designed for missions in Arctic waters. However, their construction turns out to have a morbid underside, as North Korean slave labor was revealed to have been used to build the state-of the-art research vessels.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea publicly executed two officials in early August for disobeying leader Kim Jong Un, a South Korean newspaper reported on Tuesday, in what would be the latest in a series of high-level purges under the young leader's rule, if confirmed.
The novels “Behold the Dreamers,” “How I Became a North Korean,” “Divorce Is in the Air” and “The Glorious Heresies” are reviewed.
North Korean teenagers flocked to the world’s largest stadium to shower adoration on Kim Jong-Un. The event lasted just over an hour, with thousands of torch-carrying youths rushing around the stadium in formation, making patterns, symbols and slogans. Fireworks burst above the stadium at the show’s climax. North Korean state media did not immediately report [...]
Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, was destroyed during the Korean War. It was rebuilt with Soviet aid, which transformed the city’s skyline into a Socialist Classical architectural wonder, with unique touches inspired by Asian culture. French photographer Raphael Olivier, who we learned about on Curbed, spent time in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea for […]
South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se said that foreign and defense ministers of c and the United States intend to hold a meeting in October to discuss countermeasures against the North Korean nuclear threat.
Jim Rogers is nothing if not a contrarian, and one of his boldest moves is trying to bet on North Korea. The famous investor, who cofounded legendary hedge fund Quantum with George Soros, spoke to Real Vision TV, and said North Korea...Show More Summary
The North’s Korean People’s Army accused U.S. and South Korean soldiers of “deliberate provocations” by aiming their lights at guard posts.
North's Korean People's Army accuses U.S., South Korean soldiers of "deliberate provocations"
North Korea test fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) Wednesday. The South Korean military said the nuclear missile traveled approximately 500 km toward Japan before falling into the sea, according to The Korea Times. It marked the longest flight made by a nuclear missile of that type launched by North Korea. Show More Summary
There’s really only one way North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un could celebrate a successful missile launch: with fireworks and a coordinated dance party, of course.
News is emerging from North Korea that the Hermit Kingdom has launched its own Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platform to modernize its factories. As reported by NK News, a Seoul-based monitor of North Korean activity, the new technology was recently showcased on state television. Show More Summary
A North Korean streaming site, dubbed the country’s version of Netflix, has been mocked by the U.S. streaming giant on social media. The “Netflix-style” Manbang set-top box was unveiled by North Korea’s state broadcaster KCTV last week,...Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: After North Korea launches its own streaming video service, Netflix bows its head in respect. Sort of.
North Korea is one of just four territories in the world where Netflix is not accessible, but residents of the isolated communist nation need not worry, as they now can access their very own streaming service. The North Korean government...Show More Summary
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.
The North Korean submarine-launched ballistic missile, test-fired on Wednesday, was launched at a higher angle which allowed to shorten its flight distance, the South Korean Yonhap news agency reported on Thursday citing the North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).