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Lee Yong-ha and Jang Soo-kee -- have been publicly executed, one of the South Korean lawmakers said at a news conference. The lawmakers, including Cho Won-jin of the governing Saenuri Party, said this after receiving what they said was a briefing
Internet use in North Korea might be a rare luxury but that hasn't stopped the pariah state from developing its very own version of the iPad. And according to Austrian academic Ruediger Frank a frequent visitor the Samjiyon tablet isn't half bad.
On the occasion, the ambassador transmitted a message from the Angolan President, Jose Eduardo dos Santos, to his North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong-Il, as well as made a retrospective of the social, economic and political situation in Angola. The
When his death was announced two days later, there was reason for the world outside the confines of the Hermit Kingdom to be wary. It was second time news of the Great Leader's passing had been broadcast beyond North Korean borders. First
On Off '+nextVideoTitle+' Former NBA star Dennis Rodman landed in Pyongyang, North Korea, today for a five-day visit to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, but the trip he said is not to free jailed American missionary Kenneth Bae. "I'm going to
From the eccentric nationalist symbols, to the precision marching, these images capture the retro-futuristic pathos of North Korean military parades. In them, we see a country struggling to enter the future while also remaining isolated from the
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Originally published Friday, April 12, 2013 at 3:39 AM Despite tensions, NKorea readies for festivities As the world watches to see what North Korea's next move will be in a high-stakes game of brinksmanship with the United States, residents of its
There would be a number of generals looking, at best, at a life in the gulag as scapegoats; and the Chinese wouldn't object too much to someone more predictable in charge. Ringstone , Sleaford, United Kingdom, 10/4/2013 15:06 Click to rate Rating
16 March 2013 Catch the latest reports on life in North Korea and think, I'd like to try that? A booming number of Americans are traveling to North Korea thanks to a New Jersey-based tour company that's expecting a record number of foreigners to