51 min ago
The Salinas Californian
S. Korea: N. Korea fires 3 short-range missiles
In this Sunday, April 15, 2012 file photo, a North Korean vehicle carrying a missile passes by during a mass military parade in Pyongyang's Kim Il Sung Square to celebrate the centenary of the birth of the late North Korean founder Kim Il Sung.
13 hrs ago
Gem Sculpture "Chollima Statue", Gift from Chinese Company
On display at the International Friendship Exhibition House in the DPRK is a gem sculpture "Chollima Statue", a gift presented to leader Kim Jong Il by a Chinese international tourist agency in August Juche 85 .
17 hrs ago
DPRK's Lifts Trophy at International Art Olympic
DPRK's student Paek Sun Mi took first place at the 3rd International Art Olympics held in Moscow on May 9 and 10.
21 hrs ago
N Korea may have 200 launchers
SEOUL: North Korea is now thought to have around twice as many mobile missile launchers as previously estimated by Seoul, a report said yesterday, quoting a state-run military analysis unit.
Fri May 17, 2013
U.N. panel: Sanctions delaying NKorea nuke program
What appears to be a new missile is carried during a mass military parade at the Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, North Korea, April 15, 2012.
Bangladeshi, French Bodies Introduce Pyongyang Folklore Park
The Bangladesh Group for the Study of the Songun Policy in its bulletin on May 8 elaborated on the park, saying it vividly shows the 5,000 year-long history, culture and traditions of the Korean nation.
North Korea standoff threatens to snuff out aid
The Washington Post
North Korea praises two U.S. reporters
Mockery of Press ," it targets the U.S. media, arguing that they are too tightly restricted, thus belying U.S. calls for press freedom, and, simultaneously, that they are too free.
The Star Online
The travelling Guy
AS a comic book fan, my desire to escape into these fantastical worlds of wonder sometimes leads me to forget that I already live in a world full of wonders.
Thu May 16, 2013
Japan PM aide's visit to Nort...
SEOUL: South Korea yesterday criticised an "unhelpful" visit to North Korea by a senior aide to Japan's prime minister, saying it weakened the united front needed to deal with Pyongyang.
Should South Korea pursue its own nuclear strategy?
Following North Korea's February 12 nuclear weapons test, the UN Security Council adopted tough penalties on Pyongyang.
Filipino artist Pio Abad among rising stars in UK art scene
The 29-year-old Abad, son of Budget Secretary Butch Abad and Batanes Rep. Dina Abad, secured one of only seven spots in the gallery's Invites Series, an annual special project showcasing promising new talents in the UK art scene.
Kim Jong-un's secret daughter: North Korea leader claimed to have fathered love child
It's claimed he fathered a girl in 2010 with an unknown woman, two years before his wife gave birth to the couple's first child.
East Asia and the Pacific: Remarks to Reporters In Beijing
I arrived this morning in Beijing, having come from Seoul, South Korea where I had a couple of things to say yesterday that I think have been reported.
Wed May 15, 2013
Nationalist Japanese politicians raise ire
Japanese nationalist politicians' recent remarks and behavior underlining their unwillingness to atone for the country's wartime crimes are raising the ire of South Korea and China, and posing hurdles to the U.S.' strategic refocus on the Asia-Pacific. Experts said Japan's rightward shift could hamper efforts to ease the confrontational mood ... (more)
N. Korea: American starts life at 'special prison'
This 1988 file photo provided by Bobby Lee shows Kenneth Bae, right, and Lee together when they were freshmen students at the University of Oregon.
The Miami Herald
NKorea: American starts life at 'special prison'
No other details were immediately available Wednesday about Kenneth Bae. Pyongyang said earlier this week that Bae informed his family on Friday that he couldn't appeal his April 30 sentence and that he asked his family to urge Washington to push for his amnesty.
Tue May 14, 2013
UN: Financial sanctions delay N. Korea's nuclear arms work
Increasingly tough financial sanctions, an arms embargo and other international restrictions on trade with North Korea have significantly delayed expansion of Pyongyang's illicit nuclear arms program, according to a confidential report by a UN panel of experts seen by Reuters on Tuesday.
UPDATE 1-Financial sanctions delay North Korea's atom bomb work -UN
Increasingly tough financial sanctions, an arms embargo and other international restrictions on trade with North Korea have significantly delayed Pyongyang's illicit nuclear arms program, according to a confidential report by a U.N. panel of experts seen by Reuters on Tuesday.