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  • North Korea protests U.S.-South Korea war games

     
    War games: North Korea has taken its traditional belligerent stand against joint U.S.-South Korean war games, which are set to start on Monday....
  • Hundreds protest China's return of defectors to North Korea

     
    Protests in Seoul and Chicago highlight China's policy of forcibly returning North Korean defectors caught within its borders....
  • U.S., North Korea hold first talks since Kim Jong Il's death

     
    Negotiators from the U.S. and North Korea met Thursday in Beijing to begin talks about Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program, the first such diplomatic face-off since North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's death in December....
  • North Korea releases captured Chinese fishermen, boats

     
    North Korea released 29 captured Chinese fishermen and three fishing vessels, putting an end to a 13-day ordeal that raised questions about the stability of the Pyongyang regime....
  • Orchestras from North Korea, France perform concert in Paris

     
    Chung Myung-Whun conducted musicians from North Korea's Unhasu Orchestra and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France in a historic concert Wednesday at the Salle Pleyel in Paris....
  • Despite food-aid pact, North Korea plans April satellite launch

     
    Two weeks after agreeing to freeze its weapons programs in return for food aid, North Korea announced Friday it is preparing to launch a satellite in mid-April to mark the 100th anniversary of founder Kim Il Sung’s birth....
  • Will North Korean musicians tour the U.S. this year?

     
    Musicians from North Korea's National Symphony Orchestra could travel to the U.S. as early as this year for a multiple-city tour organized by American promoters, according to reports. But the tour isn't a certainty because approval is required by...
  • U.S., Asian envoys warn North Korea on nuke test miscalculation

     
    Amid signs of renewed nuclear development activity in North Korea, U.S. and Asian diplomats warned the regime on Monday that it will face a united international community and harsh sanctions if it carries out a nuclear test its neighbors suspect is...
  • Kim Jong Un praises children in second public speech [Video]

     
    Tens of thousands of North Korean schoolchildren gathered in Pyongyang to hear new North Korean leader Kim Jong Un praise them in the second public speech of his short tenure, calling them “more precious than a hundred million tons of gold and...
  • No free launch, Obama tells North Korea

     
    The Obama administration says it has dropped plans to provide 240,000 metric tons of food aid for North Korea over Pyongyang’s plans to launch what the U.S. says is a missile - but which North Korea claims is a rocket designed to boost a satellite...
  • It's still 'My Way' or the highway under North Korea's Kim

     
    Global Focus: In the 45 years since songwriter Paul Anka wrote it and Frank Sinatra made it famous, "My Way" has celebrated the rugged individualism that Americans like to think defines their spirit of independence, determination and pride. But those...