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  1. Russian hacking group reportedly exploited Flash, WindowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | CNET

    A group of Russian hackers has been using flaws in two popular pieces of software -- Adobe's Flash and Microsoft's Windows operating system -- to try to get information about other governments, according to a report published by FireEye, a well-known United States security firm. FireEye in October said the group, called APT28, is after information about governments, militaries and security organizations -- including the US and other diplomatic targets -- that would "likely benefit the Russian government."


  2. Required ReadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Hyperallergic

    ... the latest hits from United States, as this Guardian article notes . Sneakernets also apparently extend into North Korea, where strict government policy means only a small elite have access to any sort of connectivity. According to news reports, ...


  3. Kim Jong-Un climbs N Korean mountainRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Newsday

    ... that Kim Jong-Il, who ruled until his death in 2011, scored 11 holes-in-one the first time he ever played golf. North Korea has a troubled economy, with two-thirds of the population, approximately 16 million people, not knowing where their next meal ...


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

    Sunday | 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.


  5. US 'Reviewing Options' on North Korea Over Human Rights ViolationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Voice of America

    "We're reviewing options related to accountability for North Korean officials responsible for serious human rights violations, which the Commission of Inquiry concluded in many instances may amount to crimes against humanity," a State Department spokesperson told VOA's Korean Service, in reference to a United Nations panel report on North Korea's human rights conditions released in February 2014. The State Department official said Friday the U.S. will work with the international community to press for North Korea "to stop these serious violations, to close its prison camps, to urge greater freedoms for North Koreans and to seek ways to advance accountability for those most responsible."


  6. Make My DayONE Man's Vuvuzela is Another Man's CurseRead the original story

    Jul 2, 2010 | American Reporter

    I have spent the past few weeks glued to the television set watching World Cup Soccer. It's like eating cashews.


  7. Kim Jong Un 'scales' highest North Korea mountain to honour his dead fatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Kim Jong-un has climbed the highest mountain in North Korea to honour his late father, according to state media.


  8. Kim Jong Un tackles, beats highest mountain in N. KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | New York Daily News

    A man, a mountain, a way of life: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un poses atop Mount Paekdu, the highest mountain in his nation, Saturday after reportedly climbing it to inspire his troops. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has climbed the country's highest mountain, state media has reported, according to Channel NewsAsia .


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

    Sunday | 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'.


  10. Kim JongUn on mental high after climbing North Koreas highest mountainRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Hindustan Times

    North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un views the dawn from the summit of Mt Paektu, in this photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency .


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

    Sunday | 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.


  12. Park arrives in Peru for economic boostRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Korea Herald

    President Park Geun-hye will seek the export of South Korea's light attack aircraft to Peru during her four-day state visit to the South American country, an official said Sunday. Park arrived in Lima on Saturday for talks with her Peruvian counterpart, Ollanta Humala, on how to further strengthen economic and other relations.


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

    Sunday | Arirang TV

    ... if they do. None of the 124 South Korean companies have paid the March wages yet, which are due April 20th. North Korea has threatened to impose a late fee of 15 percent per month if the South Korean companies don't issue the wage payments on time. ...


  14. Watch: Ed Miliband treated like rock star by screaming girls. SeriouslyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Spectator

    You have to hand it to Justine Thornton. After her interview , where she alerted the world to Red Ed's status as a bit of a boulevardier having secretly dated the host of a dinner party she attended, the Daily Mail warmed to the theme.


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

    Sunday | The Japan Times

    ... relationship with China and has now reached out to Iran and Cuba. The one significant omission from this list is North Korea. In fact, however, the Obama administration reached out to Pyongyang and even appeared to have succeeded with the Leap Day ...


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

    Sunday | Korea Herald

    ... is due on Monday. The ministry said the government will keep holding quasi-government level talks and encourage North Korea to come to the government-level table to discuss the issue. Due to the stalled talks, South Korean firms in the joint ...


  17. China concerned at reports of New Zealand-U.S. plan to spy on diplomatsRead the original story

    Sunday | Xinhuanet

    China on Sunday expressed concern about a report that New Zealand and United States spy agencies planned to hack into a data link between Chinese government buildings in Auckland. The plan was revealed in documents from U.S. National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden, the Herald on Sunday newspaper reported.


  18. Bigger than an ambassadorRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Bangkok Post

    The whole system of rotating US ambassadors is broken. When we might lay eyes on Ambassador Glyn Townsend Davies in a limousine flying US fender flags is a mystery as great as when Mr Obama was finally going to officially name him as the replacement for Kristie Kenney.


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

    Saturday | 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.


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

    Saturday | CNews

    ... going to get anywhere else." Having pounded the pavement in races in India and Bangladesh, running a marathon in North Korea was a challenge he just couldn't pass up. "It was a long process," he said. "It was close to a year before all of the ...