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N. Korean, Hong Kong firms to develop border city of Sinuiju
North Korea has joined hands with a Hong Kong-based company to develop the country's northwestern border city of Sinuiju into a special economic zone, a North Korean official said.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Rights groups query wisdom of Hamlet...
Human rights groups have questioned the wisdom of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London taking a production of Hamlet to North Korea, but stopped short of calling for the plan to be scrapped.
The American War With Korea
Everyone knows that US troops, under the umbrella of the United Nations, entered Korea in June 1950 to counter the North Korean invasion.
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UN Panel: N. Korea Using Sophisticated Means to Avoid Sanctions
A U.N. panel says North Korea is using sophisticated means to avoid international sanctions imposed by the Security Council.
No surprises among N.K.'s new deputies
North Korea unveiled a new roster of deputies for its rubber-stamp parliament on Tuesday, led by Kim Jong-un and other key military and party officials who altogether won unanimous approval.
A Libyan Militia Tries (and Fails) to Sell Oil to North Korea
A bizarre stand-off appears to have ended in Libya, where the country's navy has taken control of a North Korea-flagged oil tanker that was attempting to buy more than $30 million worth of "illegal" crude from a militia that took control of the country's three biggest ports last summer.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Death Anniversary of Kim Il Observed
A national memorial service took place at the Central Youth Hall on Monday on the occasion of the 30th death anniversary of Kim Il, a revolutionary martyr.
There's only Un winner! North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un wins his...
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Irish ride photos
More bicycle stuff below the photo of Pyongyang style bicycle transportation, where North Korean state media announced Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un won 100% of the vote in his election to the Supreme People's Assembly in a seething atmosphere of electoral delight and happiness.
Libya threatens to fire on North Korean tanker
Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan ordered the arrest of a North Korean tanker crew and threatened to bomb the tanker if it exports any oil from a rebel-controlled port, reports BBC.
N.K. leader's younger sister debuts on political stage
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's younger sister appears to have made her debut on the political stage in what may be an attempt by the Kim family to cement its power.
Prosecution raids spy agency over fake evidence scandal
Prosecutors on Monday raided the headquarters of the state spy agency as part of their ongoing investigation into allegations that it was involved in fabricating evidence to charge a high-profile North Korean defector with espionage.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
North Korean election held - expected to reveal power shifts
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visits the Kim Il Sung University of Politics to take part in the election of a deputy to the Supreme People's Assembly at sub-constituency No.
Ian Burrell: News the North Koreans can trust
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Kin of Indians on missing Malaysian plane clutch on to hopes
Relatives of five Indian passengers, travelling by the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, are anxiously waiting for any information about the fate of the aircraft and their loved ones.
Observing - voiceless society' via frag...
Adam Johnson, the author of Pulitzer prize-winning novel "The Orphan Master's Son," called North Korea "the most voiceless society on Earth."
North Koreans vote in parliament 'election'
North Koreans voted Sunday in a pre-determined election for a rubber-stamp parliament -- an exercise that doubles as a national head count and may offer clues to power shifts in Pyongyang.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
North Koreans voters cast ballots in pre-determined nationwide elections
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