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A Samford professor is leaving to establish a pharmacy school in a restricted access Asian country, according to the university. Comment?
North Korea said Sunday it would not use an imprisoned Lynnwood man as a political bargaining chip, rejecting the possibility of allowing any prominent Americans to visit the North to request the prisoner's release, as it had in similar cases in the past. Comment?
By sentencing a US citizen to 15 years of hard labour this week for committing hostile acts against North Korea's government, the reclusive state is forcing the US to choose between two equally distasteful options, analysts say. Comment?
The official Korean Central News Agency confirmed on Thursday, May 2, that the Supreme Court sentenced US citizen Kenneth Bae to 15 years of hard labor in North Korea for allegedly committing "hostile acts" against the Korean government. Comment?
Seoul, May 2: North Korea said today that its Supreme Court had sentenced an American citizen to 15 years of hard labour for committing hostile acts against its government. Comment?
Seoul: North Korea said on Thursday that its Supreme Court had sentenced a US citizen to 15 years of hard labour for committing hostile acts against its government. Comment?
London School of Economics, gushingly confused complaints from Student Union reps and whiff of snobbery towards 'red-top' documentaries following John Swinnie's [EDIT: Sweeney, of course. Comment?
Rajin is across the border from the Chinese city of Yanji, where many Christian groups shelter North Korean refugees. Comment?
In this March 20, 2013 photo, a North Korean flag hangs inside the interior of Pyongyang's Supreme Court. Comment?
A US tour operator is facing indictment in North Korea on charges that he tried to overthrow the government there, the North's official Korean Central News Agency said Saturday. Comment?
The interior of a courtroom in Pyongyang's supreme court, where Kenneth Bae will face charges of trying to overthrow the government. Comment?
Peter Young couldn't care less about the gathering storm on the Korean peninsula. Comment?
Dr. Lamont Colucci is an associate professor of politics at Ripon College, recent Fulbright scholar to the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna, and author of The National Security Doctrines of the American Presidency: How they Shape our Present and Future , among other books. Comment?
In 2006 and 2007 I lived in N China near the N Korean border. I was told from two different sources that at that time N Korea had 5 or 6 N warheads and were stored in a tunnel near the Chinese/N Korean border. Comment?
A new stretch of China's G12 expressway arcs toward the northernmost tip of North Korea, connecting one of the world's most vibrant economies to probably its most stagnant. Comment?
Some 77.1 percent of the Chinese who live near the border with North Korea are worried about environmental pollution in their regions after the North's nuclear test in February, according to a survey. Comment?
A link in the global football-rigging 'pandemic' can be traced to a seedy Cambodian border town and the illegal, Chinese-owned betting shops that operate there, writes David Eimer. Comment?
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Saturday pressed North Korea's patron China to help defuse sky-high nuclear tensions, telling President Xi Jinping the world was facing a "critical" moment. Comment?
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In the border city of Yanji in China's landlocked northeastern province, Jilin, many are looking forward to calmer days on the Korean peninsula. Comment?