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  • Fowle back at Ohio home 'in good health' after detention in North Korea

    Fowle back at Ohio home 'in good health' after detention in North Korea
    American Jeffrey Fowle returned to his home in southern Ohio on Wednesday, with his lawyer saying he was in good health after a nearly half-year detention in reclusive North Korea. Fowle, 56, had been one of three Americans held by Pyongyang, which...
  • 'Without You, There Is No Us' a vivid account of six months spent in Pyongyang

    "Without You, There Is No Us: My Time With The Sons Of North Korea's Elite" by Suki Kim; Crown (304 pages, $24) For a country as closed and intimidating as North Korea is, the number of memoirs by people who briefly lived there is surprisingly large at...
  • Kerry says no deal made with North Korea in release of American

    BERLIN/SEOUL (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday there had been no deal with North Korea in the release of one of three detained Americans but that Washington was willing to resume talks if the reclusive country took steps...
  • Fowle back at Ohio home after half-year detention in North Korea

    (Reuters) - American Jeffrey Fowle returned to his home in southern Ohio on Wednesday after a tearful reunion with this family at a U.S. Air Force base in the state, and his lawyer said he was in good health after a nearly half-year detention in North...
  • North Korea's release of Ohio man fuels hope for 2 other Americans

    Jeffrey E. Fowle, an American imprisoned in North Korea for six months, was freed Tuesday in an unexpected move that raised hope for the release of two other Americans. Fowle, 56, an Ohio municipal worker who was arrested after leaving a Bible in a...
  • North, South Korea militaries hold talks after border firing

    SEOUL (Reuters) - High-ranking military officials from North and South Korea met on Wednesday to discuss recent border altercations including exchanges of fire but they did not resolve their differences, South Korea's Defence Ministry said. North Korea's...
  • Airborne leaflets torment North Korea; jeopardize talks with South

    POCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - Lee Min-bok stuffs plastic satchels with thousands of vinyl flyers criticizing North Korea, instant noodle packs, and sometimes $1 notes and USB sticks with South Korean soap operas. From his ramshackle container-box home...
  • North Korean leader's absence spotlights concerns over U.S. WMD response

    After a disquieting six-week disappearance from the public spotlight that raised concerns abroad about the stability of the regime, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un reappeared on Tuesday, according to state-run news reports in Pyongyang. His unexplained...
  • North Korea's Kim reemerges after mysterious absence

    North Korea's Kim reemerges after mysterious absence
    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has made his first public appearance since early September, the nation’s official media reported Tuesday, ending a mysterious absence of nearly six weeks. The front page of Rodong Sinmun, the official newspaper of...
  • North Korea leader Kim re-appears, with walking stick: state media

    North Korea leader Kim re-appears, with walking stick: state media
    SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, shown using a cane for support, re-appeared in state media on Tuesday after a lengthy public absence that had fueled speculation over his health and grip on power in the secretive, nuclear-capable...
  • North Korea newspaper shows photos of leader Kim with walking stick

    SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea's official Rodong Sinmun newspaper on Tuesday carried multiple photos of leader Kim Jong Un standing with the apparent aid of a walking stick, as state media made the first reports of his public activities in more than 40...