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3 hrs ago | AkiPress
North Korea sentenced U.S. citizen Matthew Todd Miller to six years hard labor for committing "hostile acts" as a tourist to the country, a statement carried by state media said on Sunday, as the United States requested his immediate pardon and release. Miller joins Kenneth Bae to become the second American currently serving a hard labor sentence in North Korea.
4 hrs ago | Chosun Ilbo
North Korea will begin its 2014 Asian Games in Incheon with men's football. It has a preliminary match against China in Group F at 5 p.m. on Monday.
9 hrs ago | Neatorama
Communities of Korean immigrants can be found across the world, but few of them from North Korea because it's hard to escape from that country-sized prison. About 20,000 Korean immigrants live in New Malden, a suburb of London.
12 hrs ago | Daily Mail
American who tore up tourist visa so he could be imprisoned 'to experience human rights abuses in North Korean prison' is sentenced to six-years hard labor Former U.S. air stewardess flying from New York to London for her honeymoon kicked cabin crew and shouted: 'F*** off.
14 hrs ago | Mail on Sunday
'The United States stands shoulder to shoulder with our close friend and ally in grief and resolve': President Obama promises to destroy ISIS in wake of beheading of British hostage British hackers as young as 16 calling themselves ISIS face extradition to U.S. 'for threatening to carry out school massacres' 'The ultimate prize...72 pure untouched virgins': Is this the poem used by American jihadist to get more recruits into the fold? How former military engineer murdered by ISIS dedicated years of his life to promoting peace and saving civilians from land mines American who tore up tourist visa so he could be imprisoned 'to experience human rights abuses in North Korean prison' is sentenced to six-years hard labor Palin supporters claim birthday brawl was started by daughter's ex-boyfriend who 'tried to get in to their stretch limo Hummer' and Sarah was just defending her family ... (more)
18 hrs ago | Daily Mail
American who tore up tourist visa so he could be imprisoned 'to experience human rights abuses in North Korean prison' is sentenced to six-years hard labor Murder probe launched after man dies on railway line 70 miles from where his wife's body was found in hotel room A murder investigation has been launched after a man died on railway lines 70 miles away from where his wife's body was found in a hotel bedroom. The woman's body was found on Saturday morning at the Premier Inn at Kempston, Bedfordshire.
22 hrs ago | KAUZ
With the deadly ambush on a state police barracks in the Pocono Mountains, law enforcement in eastern Pennsylvania went on high alert and officers from throughout the region, including New York and New Jersey,... With the deadly ambush on a state police barracks in the Pocono Mountains, law enforcement in eastern Pennsylvania went on high alert and officers from throughout the region, including New York and New Jersey, joined in a... A woman has criticized police in the Utah County city of Saratoga Springs over the fatal shooting of her 22-year-old son, saying she believes the outcome would have been different had he not been black.
In this Sept. 1, 2014 file photo, Matthew Miller, an American detained in North Korea, speaks to the Associated Press, in Pyongyang, North Korea.
When it comes to untrampled corners of the world, few options are left for getting off the beaten track. Cuba? Not what it once was.
This article , by the editorial board of the Oklahoma Daily, complains that calling a bra's color "nude" is "racist." Please, people.
Table toppers Urawa Reds continued their hot streak by overpowering Shimizu S-Pulse 4-1 on Saturday to stretch their advantage at the J-League summit to four points. Urawa Red Diamonds' Tadaaki Hirakawa traps the ball during their J-League match against Shimizu S-Pulse in Saitama on March 23, 2014 - by Toshifumi Kitamura Urawa, Asian champions in 2007, improved to 47 points from 23 matches after scoring four goals for the third successive match as Japan's top flight resumed after the international break.
A North Korean shipping company slapped with U.N. sanctions after its freighter was seized last year for smuggling weapons from Cuba is operating as normal in Chinese waters, a website that monitors events in the North said Saturday, citing an analysis of shipping data. The U.N. blacklisted the North Korean company, Ocean Maritime Management , about two months ago for operating the freighter, which was detained by Panamanian authorities in July last year while carrying Soviet-era MiG-21 fighter aircraft, surface-to-air missiles and other arms-related cargo hidden under sacks of sugar.
From left, Kevin Garratt, Julia Dawn Garratt, Hannah Garratt and Simeon Garratt: Kevin, the son of two Canadians being detained in China on suspicion of stealing state secrets says the allegations against his parents don't make any sense. From left, Kevin Garratt, Julia Dawn Garratt, Hannah Garratt and Simeon Garratt: Kevin, the son of two Canadians being detained in China on suspicion of stealing state secrets says the allegations against his parents don't make any sense.
If I pointed out that involvement in every major 20th-century conflict the US was part of occurred on liberals' watch, it might not be entirely fair. True, there was WWI under Wilson, WWII under FDR, Korea under Truman, and Vietnam under Kennedy and Johnson.
The potential destruction of the United States by an EMP attack is more than a theory. Our most lethal enemies - Iran, North Korea, China and Russia - have the means and quite possibly the desire to knock out our entire power grid.
With a population of 2.9 million, Incheon is Korea's third-largest city and now the third Korean city to host the Asian Games. The city has come a long way since the Joseon era, for most of which it was a relatively small town, and its leaders see a great future for the city.
Author Michael Malice describes life in North Korea and his book, "Dear Reader: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il" to CMU students Wednesday in Anspach Hall. Getting up close and personal with a Communist dictator might be the epitome of intimidation, but for author Michael Malice, it was just another day at work.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 11:39 pm
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