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3 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
In Europe, in Asia, in the Middle East and beyond, the America's most dangerous foes are engaging in aggression and brinkmanship unseen in decades.
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6 hrs ago | Korean News
Joint performances of the 29th April Spring Friendship Art Festival were given at the Pyongyang Grand Theatre, the Ponghwa Art Theatre and the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre on Tuesday.
10 hrs ago | National Review Online
Given Russia's recent actions in Ukraine and other global challenges, the report of this U.N. commission has not received the attention it deserves.
Choe Kyong Ho, a singer of the art troupe of China-resident Koreans, is one of popular singers well-known among the Korean people.
A reception for overseas Koreans was given at Pyongyang Koryo Hotel on Tuesday, the birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung.
North Korea has opened a firing range where families can shoot live pheasants and chickens and take home the carcasses to cook for dinner.
Yalit Gonzalez Gonzalez, a Cuban female guitarist, showed herself at the 29th April Spring Friendship Art Festival going on here to arouse great admiration from the audience.
As President Park Geun-hye continues her pitch for unification as a potential "bonanza," one government organ that would conventionally be at the vanguard of the drive appears to be increasingly inconspicuous: the Unification Ministry.
Service personnel, people from all walks of life and school youth and children visited the statues of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il on Mansu Hill Tuesday on the occasion of the Day of the Sun, birth anniversary of the President.
The United States and China have held "productive" talks on North Korea, the U.S. State Department said on Tuesday, part of stepped up international diplomacy after Pyongyang warned of plans to conduct a new type of nuclear test.
A lawmaker of the main opposition party in South Korea has once again found himself at the center of a spiraling dispute - this time over spy drones presumably from North Korea.
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Seoul on Monday dismissed Pyongyang's denial of its responsibility for sending three drones across the border, reiterating that the communist state should stop its provocative acts and "groundless" slander against the South.