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American military veteran Merill Newman released by North Korea

Beijing - North Korea has released the United States military veteran who was taken into custody by the country on October 26th. Merill Newman, 85, had been in the country as a tourist.

Op-Ed: North Korea, South Korea, United States incendiary rhetoric

New York - What is the value of careless, incendiary, unfounded accusations, and the value of extreme threats of hellish proportions?

Op-Ed: North Korea threatens all out war

Friday Kim Jong-Un threatens to scrap all peace pacts with South Korea after the United Nations imposed tough new sanctions on the country. In a fast paced week North Korea has threatened a preemptive strike against the US and appears ripe for war.

North Korean women sold into 'slavery' in China

Kim Eun-sun is a woman from North Korea who fled her native country and went to China after paying a woman to help her get into the country, only to discover that she was sold off.

North Korea has ‘limited’ restraint over US-S.Korea naval drills

Calling its restraint “limited,” the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPNK) on Monday called US-South Korean maneuvers a sign of “military provocations” designed to increase the already escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula.

South Africa Intercepts North Korean Arms Shipment

South Africa has told the UN Security Council it has intercepted a shipment of North Korean arms bound for Central Africa. The shipment consists of tank parts bound for the Congo.

North Korea to ban all foreign currencies

The North Korean government will ban its citizens from possessing, using or trading foreign currencies. The restriction would also affect visitors from other nations.

Kim Jong-ils son has Portuguese passport?

Kim Jong-nam, the oldest son of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il, has been reported to be living in the former Portuguese territory of Macao, a feat he managed apparently for being in possession of a Portuguese passport.

How Kim Jong Il controls a nation

A skilled tactician in dealing with China and the United States, Kim Jong Il still retains control over his country despite famine and the realization that life is better outside of North Korean.

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North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (C) delivers a speech before the commanding officers of the combined...
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (C) delivers a speech before the commanding officers of the combined units of the Korean People's Army in Samjiyong, North Korea's Ryaggang province on April 1, 2014
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