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  1. Bizline #802014-09-26Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Arirang TV

    Kaesong Industrial Complex is the symbol of inter-Korean economic cooperation. A year has passed since the industrial zone resumed operations on September 16 after it unprecedently halted operations for 160 days last year.


  2. Seoul approves 200 mln won aid plan for N. KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Korea Herald

    The unification ministry said Monday it has approved a local aid group's plan to provide 200 million won worth of agro-materials in humanitarian assistance to North Korea. Upon the approval, Ace Gyeongam, the foundation run by bed maker Ace, will cross the inter-Korean land border on Tuesday to deliver the agricultural materials, including greenhouse goods, to North Korea's North Hwanghae Province, according to the ministry.


  3. Korean Beauty Firm Rides K-Pop WaveRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Wall Street Journal

    Started as a mom-and-pop camellia oil maker in 1932 in the North Korean city of Kaesong, Amorepacific Corp., South Korea's largest and oldest cosmetics firm, has been a pioneer in Korea's beauty industry. Today, Asia's third-largest cosmetics maker by sales behind Japanese firms Shiseido Co.


  4. New Materials Proving U.S., Japanese Imperialists' Atrocities DisplayedRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Korean News

    The Kaesong City House of Class Education newly discovered and displayed more than 90 books helpful to anti-U.S. and anti-Japanese education and evidence proving the atrocities perpetrated by the U.S. and Japanese imperialists by invading Korea and plundering it of its treasure. Publications of Japan and other countries on display deal with the crimes committed by the Japanese imperialists by killing Queen Min and sending the valuables they took from her body to the Japan proper to sell them by auction, vandalizing cultural artifacts of Korea and stealing tens of thousand of relics including Koryo ceramics and other valuables to sell them to various countries.


  5. The Tao of North KoreaRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Counterpunch

    You've seen those nighttime satellite pictures of the Korean peninsula. The northern half is dark, while the southern half is a thousand points of light.


  6. The Tao of North KoreaRead the original story

    Friday Sep 19 | Asia Times

    The Tao of North Korea By John Feffer You've seen those nighttime satellite pictures of the Korean peninsula. The northern half is dark, while the southern half is a thousand points of light.


  7. The Tao of North KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Switched

    You've seen those nighttime satellite pictures of the Korean peninsula. The northern half is dark, while the southern half is a thousand points of light.


  8. N.Korea Threatens Retaliation Over Propaganda LeafletsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Chosun Ilbo

    North Korea on Monday warned it could retaliate if South Korean activists continue to float propaganda leaflets across the border. The warning came in a fax from the National Defense Commission to Cheong Wa Dae, saying a halt to the floating of propaganda leaflets is a precondition to resuming cross-border talks.


  9. Kaesong complex makes little progress in improvementRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Arirang TV

    It's 8 a.m. on a Tuesday morning, and these cars are making their daily commute to North Korea. They are South Korean workers who work at the Kaesong Industrial Complex.


  10. DPRK-France Exhibition OpensRead the original story

    Monday Sep 15 | Korean News

    The exhibition of relics, jointly surveyed and discovered by the DPRK and France in Kaesong Walls, opened at the Korean Folklore Museum on Monday under the co-sponsorship of the Guidance Bureau for the Preservation of National Heritages and the French Far-east School. Present at the opening ceremony were Ryong Ju, director of the guidance bureau, officials concerned, teachers and students of Kim Il Sung University, researchers of the Academy of Social Sciences, Elisabeth Chabanol, representative of French Far-east School, Emmanuel Rousseau, director of the Cooperation Bureau of France in DPRK, and Charlie Li Quanhua, representative of the Lafarge S.A. of France.


  11. N. Korea rejects talks on Kaesong, citing propaganda leafletsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | Korea Herald

    North Korea has turned down South Korea's offer of talks on their joint venture in Kaesong, again taking issue with propaganda leaflets sent from the South, an official here said Tuesday. In a fax message, the North demanded a halt to the scattering of anti-communist leaflets across the border by South Korean civic groups as a precondition for discussions on improving business conditions at the Kaesong Industrial Complex, according to the unification ministry official.


  12. N. Korea sets preconditions for talks with S. KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | Korea Herald

    North Korea demanded Monday that South Korea lift a set of economic sanctions and stop other "hostile" acts against Pyongyang as a precondition for high-level talks that Seoul has proposed. In August, Seoul made an offer for a second round of high-level talks on the reunion of separated families and other pending inter-Korean issues.


  13. Foreign investment center opens for Kaesong industrial parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | Korea Herald

    South Korea opened a foreign investment center at its major joint venture with North Korea on Friday, stepping up efforts to globalize the facilities just north of the heavily fortified inter-Korean border. It is designed to provide potential foreign investors with administrative support and other services, the unification ministry said.


  14. A Korea Whole and FreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2014 | CFR.org

    That never happened, of course, and his son Kim Jong Il managed to keep the regime alive until his own death, in 2011. This Independent Task Force report finds that as more people and services become interconnected and dependent on the Internet, societies are becoming increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks.


  15. S. Korea to Open Support Center for Kaesong Foreign InvestorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Voice of America

    The inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex is seen across the demilitarized zone separating North Korea from South Korea in this picture taken from Dora observatory in Paju, 55 kilometers north of Seoul. The inter-Korean industrial complex of Kaesong will open a support center for foreign investors in Seoul Friday, according to South Korea's Ministry of Unification.


  16. Foreign investment center to open for Kaesong parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Korea Herald

    A foreign investment support center for an inter-Korean industrial park will be opened this week as part of efforts to help internationalize the joint project, Seoul officials said Wednesday. The center, to be opened on Friday and put under the administrative support agency for the Kaesong Industrial Complex, will be tasked with publicizing the industrial zone overseas and providing consultative services to prospective foreign investors, the unification ministry said.


  17. 'Unification yakgwa' presented to soldiers as Chuseok giftRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 9 | English Dong-A

    'Unification yakgwa' presented to soldiers as Chuseok gift . SEPTEMBER 10, 2014 04:51.


  18. Pieces shine light on MFA's Korean holdingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 8 | Boston.com

    Two years ago, the Museum of Fine Arts opened a small gallery dedicated to the arts of the Korean peninsula. The museum's Korean holdings have never been as extensive as its collection of Chinese and Japanese art.


  19. N.K. diplomat calls for implementation of past inter-Korean dealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | Korea Herald

    The key architect of North Korea's nuclear diplomacy called Saturday for the implementation of past inter-Korean deals as the first step toward improving bilateral ties. The remarks by Kang Sok-ju, the secretary handling international relations within North Korea's ruling Workers' Party, come as the two Koreas' ties have been strained over Pyongyang's short-range missile launches and the South's annual military drills with the United States.


  20. VIDEO: Today's Headline News...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 4 | Samoa News

    In past deadly confrontations between North and South Korea, a jointly operated industrial park stayed open, churning out goods. But in the latest sign that North Korea's warlike stance toward South Korea and the United States is moving from words to action, the North on Wednesday barred South Korean managers and trucks delivering supplies from crossing the border to enter the Kaesong industrial park.