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Op-Ed: Kim Jong-un rides his white horse on nationally famous Mt. Paektu

North Korea's state media is giving heavy coverage to images of leader Kim Jong Un riding a white horse on the nationally significant Mt. Paektu. The state media said that the event was of great importance in the history of the Korean revolution.

Author argues it is time to end the Korean war

Recently Donald Trump became the first US president to ever set foot on North Korean soil and greeted Kim Jong-un the North Korean leader. The two together stepped onto South Korean soil and greeted its president Moon Jae-in.

Claim that North Korean envoy was executed has little evidence

South Korean daily newspaper Chosun Ilbo reported on Friday that North Korean senior envoy Kim Hyok Choi was executed at the Mirim airfield, together with four other officials from the Foreign Ministry for being won over by the US betraying Kim Jong Un.

Trump canceled summit with U.S. journalists still in North Korea

President Donald Trump canceled his much-awaited summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Thursday while about 30 international journalists, including many US citizens, were still in the country.

Trump's continuous comments threaten talks between two Koreas

North Korea has warned the U.S. about using "pressure and military threats" against it as the two countries prepare for a historic summit.

Canadian dollar rebounds after hitting eight-month low

The Canadian dollar showed signs of some strengthening on Tuesday after slipping to an eight-month low of 76.92 US cents in mid-afternoon trading on Monday.

Op-Ed: Former Bush security advisor warns of coming blockchain war

Juan Zarate served the George W Bush administration as a deputy advisor for combating terrorism after 9/11. He is credited with developing financial instruments that put pressure on sanctioned states.

Op-Ed: North Korea may steal and mine cryptocurrencies for revenue

North Korea may be producing its own hackers and cryptocurrency miners as a means of collecting much needed revenue, as well as perhaps using cryptocurrency as a means of payment for illegal transactions as the country is subject to severe sanctions.

North Korea allegedly hacking PCs to mine Monero cryptocurrency

North Korea has been accused of hacking server networks to install mining scripts for the Monero cryptocurrency. A new Monero mining hacker group has been seizing control of servers over the past year. It's now been linked back to North Korea.

Canada not talking to U.S. about joining missile defense system

Canadian and U.S. officials quietly held exercises last spring to practice dealing with worst-case nuclear scenarios, yet Canada has balked at joining the U.S. ballistic-missile shield program.

Canada sets aside two bunkers over North Korea missile threat

Rising tensions, particularly between North Korea and the rest of the world, have prompted Canada's federal government to review, and in some cases, take action on contingency plans to assure the continuity of the government in the event of a crisis.

Trump asks U.S. Congress for $5.9 billion more for the military

On Monday just as President Donald Trump was leaving Japan for South Korea on a trip that he claimed was aimed at countering what he called the "North Korean menace", he announced that he would request another $5.9 billion for the military.

Op-Ed: US sanctions more companies and people for supporting North Korea

On Thursday the U.S. blacklisted nine companies and government institutions for alleged support of North Korean weapons programs. The list includes two Russian firms.

China pledges $124 billion for new 'Silk Road' trade initiative

Beijing - 30 different countries have just ended a two-day summit in Beijing on China's new Silk Road plan. China plus 29 other countries reaffirmed commitment to build open economies and to develop free and inclusive trade under China's Belt and Road initiative.

Essential Science: The poison behind the killing of Kim Jong-nam

Authorities in Malaysia reported that Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korea's leader, was killed by a highly toxic nerve agent called VX. We take a look as to what this chemical is and why it is so deadly.

North Korea just revealed its Internet, contains only 28 websites

North Korea has accidentally exposed the server powering its ".kp" websites. It has just 28 registered domains, showing the tight restrictions applied to the Internet in the country. They include a social networking site and education information.

Introducing Manbang, North Korea's version of Netflix

Netflix, an on-demand video streaming service, has a new competitor called Manbang, which North Korea invented. It allows people to watch five channels in real time and view information about the country's leader.

Review: Homefront — The Revolution will now be playable Special

Homefront: The Revolution is a unique followup as the gameplay is an improvement from its predecessor but the story lacks the emotional substance that the original was remembered for.

North Korea threatens China with 'nuclear storm'

Tensions are increasing between long-time allies North Korea and China, and now, the hermit-state has actually threatened China with nuclear retaliation.

U.S. deploys F-22 stealth jets to deter North Korea

The U.S. deployed a formation of F-22 Raptor jets to the skies of South Korea on Wednesday in the latest show of force against North Korea.

North Korea invents 'hangover-free alcohol'

North Korea claims it has invented hangover-free alcohol. The reclusive dictatorship says it has perfected a liquor that doesn't cause nasty after-effects.

Donald Trump says dictator Kim Jong-Un deserves 'credit'

Presidential candidate, and controversy-stirrer, Donald Trump has declared that the horrific dictator Kim Jong-Un deserves “credit” for the way in which he uses murder to remove his rivals.

Op-Ed: North Korea sentences Canadian pastor to life and hard labour

Pyongyang - The North Korean Supreme Court has sentenced Canadian pastor Hyeon Soo Lim to life in prison with hard labour. The state prosecutors had actually sought the death penalty.

North Korea has declared war on deforestation

Pyongyang - North Korea may be a strange, reclusive country that most of us don't understand, but the nation is participating in the climate talks, and has agreed to "declare war" on deforestation, even while preparing for another round of nuclear tests.

North and South Korea try words instead of saber-rattling

Paju - High-level talks are underway between North and South Korea as the longtime enemies try to avert a military confrontation amid rising hostility between them.

Kim Jong–un makes his own time zone

They say time waits for no one. Unless you're a deified, powerful and ruthless dictator. In which you case you can simply change it. And that is exactly what Kim Jong–un has done, introducing a new time zone — "Pyongyang time."

Here we go again: North Korea claims it has cure for AIDS, Ebola

Pyongyang - North Korea says it has gone where no other country has gone before: It has discovered the drug that can prevent and cure Ebola, AIDS, SARS and MERS.

North Korea's foreign visitors no longer have 3G access

North Korea turned off 3G networks for foreign visitors due to a "service outage" from a "local provider." It is still unclear what happened and when the service will be restored.

North Korea willing to nuke USA, looks to become economic power

More rhetoric is seeping out of North Korea, though it appears to be more measured than usual. During an exclusive sit down with CNN, a leading North Korean official said his country would use nuclear missiles if the U.S. “forced their hand.”

S. Korea activist sends 'The Interview' DVDs into North

Seoul - A South Korean activist said Thursday he had launched thousands of copies of the Hollywood film "The Interview" into North Korea by balloon, after police blocked a previous attempt last week.
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American Matthew Miller held in North Korea for espionage
American Matthew Miller held in North Korea for espionage
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Executive board member of Han Voice  Randal Baran-Chong.
Executive board member of Han Voice, Randal Baran-Chong.
A Japanese girl threatens to massacre Koreans in Osaka.
A Japanese girl threatens to massacre Koreans in Osaka.
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Image of Kim Long-un broadcast on North Korean State TV.
Image of Kim Long-un broadcast on North Korean State TV.
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US President Donald Trump (L) and leader of North Korea Kim Jong-Un.
US President Donald Trump (L) and leader of North Korea Kim Jong-Un.
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Spring tree planting was started in the DPRK on March 4, 2015, Tree Planting Day, the significant day when President Kim Il Sung kindled the first torch for the movement for planting trees.
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Business selling organic beverages.
Sychronized swimming during the celebration of Kim Jong il s birthday.
Sychronized swimming during the celebration of Kim Jong il's birthday.
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New satellite imagery from 23 January 2013 and previous images dating back a month reveal that the site appears to be at a continued state of readiness.
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Hyun Hak Bong, North Korean ambassador to Britain, talks with Sky News. (screen grab)
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All smiles: Merrill Newman holding hands with his wife, Lee, and son, Jeff, after arriving at the airport in San Francisco.
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Timeline of nuclear and major missile tests in North Korea
Timeline of nuclear and major missile tests in North Korea
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North Korean painting.
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Pyongyang: North Korea said on November 30, 2013, it had arrested U.S. citizen Merrill E. Newman, for "hostile acts" against the state and accused him of being "a criminal" who was involved in the killing of civilians during the 1950-53 Korean War
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Co-host Randall Baran Chong
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CanKor Columnist, Jack Kim; HanVoice Executive Director, Randall Baran-Chong; Conservative MP Barry Devolin.
The salvage vessel USNS Salvor attempting to rescue South Korean sailors trapped in the Cheonan.
The salvage vessel USNS Salvor attempting to rescue South Korean sailors trapped in the Cheonan.
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North Korean soldier.
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