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  • 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...
  • North Korea vows to revisit 'nuclear issue' after alleged plot

     
    North Korea said Friday it will review the “nuclear issue” after arresting a North Korean defector for allegedly trying to destroy statues of Kim Il-Sung at the behest of the United States and South Korea. The announcement comes as outsiders...
  • A short history of the North Korean nuclear saga

     
    North Korea early Friday launched a rocket suspected by South Korea and the West to be a cover for testing its ballistic missile technology. It was the fourth such launch by North Korea, and South Korea and Western officials are concerned that, if history...
  • North Korea threatens retaliation for scrapping of food aid

     
    North Korea on Tuesday answered world condemnation of its recent rocket test with defiance, threatening "retaliatory measures" if the United States fails to deliver food aid it canceled after the failed launch. The U.N. Security Council on Monday...
  • North Korean rocket reportedly flew just over a minute

     
    A North Korean rocket broke apart shortly after being launched from its base today, according to U.S., Japanese and South Korean officials. Japan’s defense ministry said the rocket flew for just over a minute before possibly splintering into pieces....
  • Satellite photos show intense activity at N. Korea nuclear site

     
    Satellite imagery of North Korea's nuclear test site shows "lots of activity" in preparation for another underground bomb test, analysts who have studied the aerial surveillance of the prohibited weapons site said Friday....
  • North Korea's Kim Jong-il, Son Appear at Lavish Parade

    North Korea's Kim Jong-il, Son Appear at Lavish Parade
    PYONGYANG (Reuters) -- North Korea's leader-in-waiting, the youngest son of ailing ruler Kim Jong-il, took center stage during a big military parade on Sunday, making his first national appearance in the secretive state. Kim Jong-un stood near his father...
  • North Korea proclaims itself a nuclear state

    North Korea proclaims itself a nuclear state
    North Koreaproclaimed itself a "nuclear state" this week following a revision of its constitution earlier this year. Kim Jong-Il has "transferred the country into an undefeated country with strong political ideology, a nuclear power state, and invincible...
  • North Korean Leader Kim Jong Il Dead at 69

    North Korean Leader Kim Jong Il Dead at 69
    NORTH KOREA -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, an enigmatic leader who had led the reclusive state for nearly two decades, has died, according to news reports Sunday. He was believed to be 69. According to his official biography, Kim was born in...