North Korea Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. N. Korean leader to visit Russia in May: KremlinRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Korea Herald

    Russia's presidential office confirmed Wednesday that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will attend a war anniversary event in Moscow in May. Kim is among the heads of state from about 20 nations who confirmed their plans to join the ceremony to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Soviet Union's victory in World War II, the Kremlin told Yonhap News Agency.


  2. Seoul, Washington, Tokyo hold talks on N.K. nukesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Korea Herald

    Chief nuclear envoys from South Korea, the United States and Japan met in Tokyo on Wednesday to discuss ways to resume the long-stalled multilateral talks aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear program, officials said. The meeting brought together Seoul's top nuke negotiator Hwang Joon-kook; Sung Kim, the U.S. special representative for North Korea policy; and Japanese chief envoy Junichi Ihara, according to the foreign ministry.


  3. S. Korea to support N. Korean doctors' training in GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Korea Herald

    ... push for expanding humanitarian aid for the impoverished neighbor. The unification ministry plans to provide a North Korea-Germany group with 90 million won (US$83,000) from the inter-Korean cooperation fund. It will be delivered through the (South) ...


  4. Survive Winter Storm Juno with these 10 great picks on NetflixRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Digital Trends

    With Winter Storm Juno bearing down on the East Coast this week, residents of those states hit hardest get to experience what we always wished for as kids: the ultimate snow day. Even New York governor Andrew Cuomo called for a travel ban, barring any and all cars - outside of emergency vehicles - to drive on city streets after 11 p.m. Monday night.


  5. The Hacking Group That Targeted TSwiftRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Beast

    They've claimed to have hacked the PlayStation Network, North Korea, and now Taylor Swift, threatening to release nude photos. And their members are reportedly as young as 13. On Tuesday afternoon, Taylor Swift's Twitter account, boasting a mammoth 51.4 million followers, was reportedly hacked by a self-described "cyber caliphate" called Lizard Squad, which released the following tweets from her account: The two accounts requesting follows, @veriuser and @lizzard, have since been removed by Twitter.


  6. On Native GroundTHE Planet is Burning, and Republicans Don't CareRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2014 | American Reporter

    ... in multilateral foreign relations. That was clearly signalled by the unexpected release of two Americans by North Korea. Clearly, with Kim Jung Un out of touch for so long and absent for this meeting, the gesture had a quietly submissive aspect. it ...


  7. Lizard Squad Hits Malaysia Airlines WebsiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Slashdot

    An anonymous reader writes: Lizard Squad, the hacking collaborative that went after the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, and the North Korean internet last year, has now targeted Malaysia Airlines with an attack . Bloomberg links to images of the hacks and columnist Adam Minter wonders why Malaysia Airlines, which has had so much bad press in the past 12 months, was worthy of Lizard Squad's ire.


  8. We Are on Notice: Terrorists Target GridsRead the original story

    Tuesday | PressReleasePoint

    ... addition, there have been a number of incidents in which hackers believed to be associated with Russia, China, North Korea and Iran have demonstrated the capability to use cyber techniques to penetrate and potentially to exercise destructive control ...


  9. Issue of Japan's wartime sex slavery is tough, emotional: U.S. ambassadorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Arirang TV

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's seemingly unapologetic attitude about Japan's wartime atrocities is drawing concerns from the United States. In an interview on Tuesday, U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert recognized the gravity of the so-called comfort women issue.


  10. Margaret Cho on 'All About Sex,' Playing Dictators and Robin WilliamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | RollingStone

    Margaret Cho says her new TLC sex chat show is "like conversations you would have with your older sister, or the school slut." Margaret Cho has precisely detailed every second of her first colonic onstage and written a rap song extolling the virtues of her vagina called "My Puss," so her latest venture - a Saturday night chat show on TLC called All About Sex - is a logical next step for the hilarious comic with the gift for confessing everything.


  11. Data Encryption ... Be Safe or Be SorryRead the original story

    Tuesday | Oracle

    Newspapers report that North Korean hackers broke into Sony's computer systems stealing and exposing a trove of sensitive documents. The studio's reputation is in tatters as embarrassing revelations spill from tens of thousands of leaked emails, private documents and other company sensitive materials.


  12. Obama Admin. Fumes Over Netanyahu FlapRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | News Max

    Marking a new low for President Obama's incompetent foreign policy team, senior Obama officials have threatened Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for accepting an invitation by House Speaker John Boehner to address Congress on March 3. Obama officials are accusing Netanyahu of meddling in U.S. politics and are angry Boehner did not follow protocol by consulting with President Obama before making this invitation. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz quoted a senior American official as saying, "We thought we've seen everything.


  13. Sony delays earnings after 'The Interview' cyberattackRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Standard

    Sony said Tuesday it has won permission to delay the release of its quarterly earnings report, after a cyberattack damaged the computer network at its Hollywood film unit. The Japanese firm said last week that it was asking for the delay because subsidiary Sony Pictures Entertainment would not have time to put together its financial statements after the attack, linked to its controversial North Korea satire "The Interview,'' which has been widely blamed on Pyongyang.


  14. Add new commentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Progressive

    ... We got Spain out of oppressing Cuba and got ourselves into oppressing Cuba. You might say that stopping North Korea from invading South Korea was a good idea. The North Koreans shouldn't have done that. It wasn't good. It wasn't right. Does that ...


  15. Don't hold your breath for a Sony Xperia Z4 MWC bow, rumor has itRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Gadgetell

    Sounds familiar? It was the utopian spec sheet rumored for a little while for Sony's upcoming flagship smartphone. The Xperia Z4 was supposed to redeem the Japanese after Z3's disappointing rehash of the Z2, though some sources claimed yet another mild upgrade could be on the way.


  16. Investigator: North Korea Rights Report Won't Be RevisedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Voice of America

    Shin Dong-Hyuk holds his earpiece as he listens during a meeting of the U.N. General Assembly human rights committee on a proposal to refer North Korea to the International Criminal Court for alleged crimes against humanity, Nov. 18, 2014. The former chairman of a U.N. panel that produced a report accusing North Korea of widespread human rights abuses said there were no plans to revise the report despite concerns over the reliability of a defector who testified.


  17. Send no one back to North KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Stroudnewsand Journal

    REFUGEES from North Korea who are forcibly repatriated by the Chinese government are being imprisoned or executed on their return. Amnesty International Mid Glos' North Korean campaign co-ordinator, Karen McKeown says; "just last month a group of teenagers were sent back to North Korea from China.


  18. ESPNTopNewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ABC News

    Marshawn Lynch has a unique talent for making certain people very angry. They don't like the way he dresses, in cleats that gleam like rare coins.


  19. A New Book Reveals the Secrets of North Korea's Would-Be Film IndustryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Details

    Paul Fischer has uncovered a story about a film producer who would make any Sony exec look warm and fuzzy: In 1978, unimpressed with the quality of North Korean cinema, dictator-in-training Kim Jong-il kidnapped South Korea's most famous director and actress and, over the next eight years, forced them to make seven movies. Here, a few secrets about Dear Leader the Cinephile that Fischer reveals in his exhaustively researched new book, A Kim Jong-il Production .


  20. North Korea conducts military drill amidst tension with USRead the original story

    Tuesday |

    ... officers of the People's Army featured large numbers of tanks and rocket launchers in live fire exercises. North Korea's KCTV also reported the war games and emphasised the claim that the US aimed to overthrow the country's rigid Communist regime. ...