Mount Paektu is sacred to the North Korean people. When a swarm of tiny earthquakes were recorded, the reclusive country decided it needed help.
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North Korea now has the capability to launch a nuclear weapon, a senior U.S. military official said Thursday. Continue reading ? The post U.S. official warns of North Korean nuclear capabilities appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
A senior U.S. military official says North Korea now has the capability to launch a nuclear weapon. But the official says that while the U.S. believes Pyongyang can mount a … Click to Continue »
Soo Jin Hwang, Olivia Enos Security, Asia Has North Korea reopened an old prison camp? Recent satellite images reveal that a North Korean political prison camp, former Camp 18, may have been reopened. It is unclear when and why this may have happened. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, DC — In the next four years, North Korea may join China and Russia as the only countries with the ability to reach the US's West Coast with nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles. "Over the past year, North Korea has crossed technical...Show More Summary
p> Asian Boss interviewed a couple of young North Korean defectors, who talked about life in the nation-sized cult. Starvation, public executions where everyone over the age of 12 is commanded to watch, no electricity in winter except...Show More Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un conducted a large-scale artillery drill simulating an attack on the South Korean capital and other targets, as Seoul and Tokyo on Friday unveiled fresh unilateral sanctions against Pyongyang over its nuclear weapons program. Show More Summary
DANDONG, China (Reuters) - Tiny memory cards and fluffy teddy bears are among the most popular items for North Koreans shopping in Dandong, China's gateway city to its impoverished and isolated neighbor.
Last week, the Daily NK (from Seoul) published an article by Kang Mi Jin about "Loanwords frequently appearing in the Rodong Sinmun" (11/25/16), South Korean original here. Rodong Sinmun is the official newspaper of the North Korean Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea. A source in Ryanggang Province told Daily NK on November […]
WASHINGTON, DC — The only nation to have used nuclear weapons this century will be able to strike Seattle in four years, former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden said on Wednesday. "I really do think that it is very likely by the end of Mr. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Friday blacklisted seven people and 16 North Korean companies for ties to the North Korean government or its nuclear and weapons programs, the U.S. Treasury said in a statement.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea blacklisted senior North Korean officials, including leader Kim Jong Un's top aides, on Friday in fresh unilateral sanctions over Pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic missile tests.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un conducted a large-scale artillery drill targeting the South Korean capital and other targets, hours after the UN Security Council imposed fresh sanctions on Pyongyang, state media said Friday. The military...Show More Summary
Far from the conniptions over Donald Trump’s election success and Pat McCrory’s less-than-gracious defeat in North Carolina, Georgia has quietly elected the state’s first openly gay male legislator. Sam Park, the son of Korean immigrants and the only… Read The post For the First Time, Georgia Elects Openly Gay Man to State General Assembly appeared first on Towleroad.
Joseph Trevithick Security, Type 73s appear on battlefields from Iraq to Yemen. Between February and March 2016, Australian and French sailors in the Arabian Sea seized small ships?—?or dhows?—?smuggling weapons, most likely to militants in Somalia and Yemen. Show More Summary
"...they executed people once a week, which we were forced to watch."
Up until now if you wanted to redeem GarudaMiles for travel on their own flights you had to endure "award redemption in six easy steps." Roughly speaking Garuda Indonesia's frequent flyer program thought it was Korean. North Korean. For...Show More Summary
DANDONG, China (Reuters) - A labor agent sat in his bus on a recent frigid morning, waiting to cross the "Friendship Bridge" at China's main border post with North Korea. He had come to pick up migrant workers and take them to jobs in factories and restaurants in China.