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  1. Kim Jong Un climbs N. Korea's highest mountain: state mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The China Post

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has scaled the country's highest mountain, state-run media said Sunday, arriving at the summit to tell troops that the hike provides mental energy more powerful than nuclear weapons. A photo of the leader of the isolated state showed a smiling and wind-swept Kim standing on a snow-covered mountaintop, the sun rising behind him.


  2. Mountain man Kim Jong-Un scales North's highest peakRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un takes in the view from the summit of a snow-covered Mount Paedku.Photos: EPA North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has scaled the country's highest mountain, state-run media said yesterday, arriving at the summit to tell troops that the hike provided mental energy more powerful than nuclear weapons. A photo of the leader of the isolated state showed a smiling and wind-swept Kim standing on a snow-covered mountaintop, the sun rising behind him.


  3. Kim Jong-Un climbs North Korea's highest mountain: state mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Kim Jong-Un has appeared in yet another unusual set of pictures, showing him allegedly climbing North Koreas highest mountain in nothing but an overcoat and leather shoes. The jovial dictator allegedly scaled the 9,000ft high Mount Paektu near the Chinese border, before telling troops at its peak that the climb was like 'nuclear weapons'.


  4. Kim Jong-Un 'Climbs North Korea's Highest Peak'Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Cool FM

    Photos were released of the smiling and windswept 32-year-old standing on snow-covered ground at the top of Mount Paektu, with the sun rising behind him. "Climbing Mount Paektu provides precious mental pabulum more powerful than any kind of nuclear weapon," the Rodong newspaper quoted Mr Kim as saying.


  5. Kaesong business owners caught between two KoreasRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Arirang TV

    South Korea's Kaesong business owners are stuck in a dilemma. On the one hand, they're facing the prospect of having to pay a late fee if they don't comply with the North's demand for a wage hike, but on the other hand, they face the possibility of punitive measures from the South if they do.


  6. The Obama doctrine emergesRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    According to the conventional wisdom, the power and influence of the U.S. president begin to diminish almost from the date of his second inauguration. Ever-lengthening election cycles mean that both the U.S. Congress and public are focusing on the next campaign from the day the president takes the oath of office.


  7. Wage talks between 2 Koreas fails againRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Korea Herald

    Inter-Korean talks to resolve an ongoing row over wage hikes for North Korean workers at a joint industrial park in the North ended in vain, with only one day remaining until the deadline, the Seoul government said Sunday. " quasi-governmental committee and its North Korean counterpart had a meeting on the minimum wage issue, as the North side accepted our proposal on Saturday," said the Ministry of Unification which handles North Korean affairs in the Seoul government.


  8. Impressions from the Hermit KingdomRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Al Jazeera

    Arriving in the North Korean capital is like returning to a pre-industrialised era, where there is almost no light pollution and where the only sound at night comes from the 24/7 dredging of the Taedong River. And where, even in the comparatively mild spring cold, we occasionally caught glimpses of groups of military personnel huddled around piles of burning wood, seeking warmth.


  9. Calgary duo run marathon in North KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | CNews

    As the marathon's route entered the cavernous confines of Pyongyang's Kim Il-sung stadium, he was greeted with the roar of 50,000 people. For Calgary's Luke Krueger, it was equal parts exhilarating as it was ominous, and served to remind him where he was.


  10. Pair of Calgary runners invade North Korea for Pyongyang MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The London Free Press

    Calgarians Luke Krueger and Jason Dyck at Pyongyang's Kim Il-sung stadium, where they competed in the North Korea Marathon recently. Supplied photo As the marathon's route entered the cavernous confines of Pyongyang's Kim Il-sung stadium, he was greeted with the roar of 50,000 throats.


  11. The Write Stuff: Sunan Airport TerminalRead the original story

    Yesterday | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A GOVERNMENT minder in North Korea is escorting tourists he suspects of being journalists in this extract from Andrew Raymond Drennan's novel Han sat in the back seat of a six-seater minibus outside the terminal building, the driver, Mr So, gripping the steering wheel as if still driving.


  12. No news is good news - On Carter's first Asia trip as Pentagon chief, calm prevailsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Northwest Asian Weekly

    No news is good news. That might have been the bumper sticker for Ash Carter's first tour of Asia as secretary of defense.


  13. People's Art Festival ClosesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Korean News

    The Fourth April Spring People's Art Festival closed with due ceremony at the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre on Friday. It opened here on the occasion of the birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung.


  14. 70th Art Performance "Songs Full of Memories" StagedRead the original story

    Yesterday | Korean News

    The performance has been given 70 times since it raised the curtain at the People's Theater. More than 108 300 officials, people from all walks of life, youth and students and service personnel in Pyongyang and local areas have enjoyed the performance.


  15. U.S. Warship Anchors at Tonghae Port of South KoreaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Korean News

    The U.S. imperialist aggressor forces' Aegis destroyer USS PREBLE, DDG-88 anchored at Tonghae Port of south Korean Kangwon Province on April 15, according to Yonhap News of south Korea. It was reported that the warship will stage together with the south Korean puppet navy a drill aimed at increasing the capability for joint operations in the East Sea of Korea on April 17 and 18. The U.S. and south Korean puppet warmongers are escalating war drills while introducing preemptive nuclear strike means and equipment to the large-scale joint military exercises aimed to "remove" the supreme leadership of the DPRK and "occupy Pyongyang".


  16. Japanese Organizations Voice Solidarity with Chongryon and Koreans in JapanRead the original story

    Yesterday | Korean News

    Japanese organizations made public statements denouncing the Japanese government's brigandish suppression of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan from March 30 to April 1. The government should roll back its hostile policy towards the DPRK and opt for settling the past crimes and realizing normalization of the bilateral ties on the basis of the Japan-DPRK Pyongyang Declaration. The recent search was a challenge to the wishes of the Japanese and Korean peoples for the normalization of the bilateral ties.


  17. Seoul Official Expresses Hope for Improved Inter-Korean TiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Voice of America

    War veterans and members of conservative groups hold their national flags during a rally to call for unity between two Koreas in Seoul, South Korea, March 1, 2015. South Korea's point man on North Korea said Friday that he expected to see progress in inter-Korean relations soon.


  18. Diplomatic Enclave : Is the frost thawing?Read the original story

    Friday | Mydigitalfc.com

    THE visit of the North Korean foreign minister to India raised eyebrows in Delhi's diplomatic circles. North Korea's foreign minister Ri Su Yong's short visit to Delhi earlier this week was the highest level political visit to India from the reclusive country for some time.


  19. Rep. Ed Royce: North Korea is world's worst human rights violatorRead the original story

    Friday | Big News Network.com

    Rep. Ed Royce , chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, condemned North Korean leader {link:Kim Jong Un: on Thursday and called Kim's regime the world's worst violator of human rights. South Korean news agency Yonhap reported Congressman Royce denounced Pyongyang's rights record and said the issue of rights violations resulting from Kim Jong Un's rule must continue to be addressed at the U.N. Royce's comments came during a private meeting with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington.


  20. Satellites spot new activity at North Korean missile siteRead the original story

    May 29, 2009 | Examiner.com

    Multiple news outlets have reported that U.S. satellite imagery has detected renewed activity at a North Korean ballistic missile site, possibly a test-launch of a sixth missile test just days after conducting a nuclear test. Other countries and the United Nations have blasted Kim Jong-Il's government for its continuing defiance and flaunting of years of on-again, off-again talks aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear weapons program.