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'I wanted to stay' says returned captive Matthew Miller

Earlier this month, James Clapper, the head of National Intelligence, went to North Korea and successfully returned with two Americans, Matthew Miller and Kenneth Bae, who had been held captive. Now, the world has learned that Miller wanted to stay.

Op-Ed: No labour rights, no World Cup

Qatar promised it would reform its horrendous labour rights record last May. It has failed to substantially live up to that obligation.

Spanish filmmaker from Beijing banned from entering North Korea

Pyongyang - A Spanish cinematographer and documentary film director, based in Beijing, has been banned entry into North Korea on business Monday, due to Ebola fears. Pyongyang apparently considers Spain to be a risk country.

North and South Korea to hold high level talks

Pyongyang - After senior North Korean officials made a surprise visit to South Korea to attend the closing ceremonies of the Asian Games, Hwang Pyong-so, regarded as the second most powerful person in the North, met with South Korea's Reunification Minister.

American citizen sentenced to 6 years in North Korean prison

Pyongyang - A California man has been sentenced by a North Korean court to six-years in a labor camp for allegedly committing "acts of espionage".

Video: Experience North Korea with 'Enter Pyongyang'

Pyongyang - As the capital of North Korea the city sees massive amounts of commerce and activity. "Enter Pyongyang" is trying to give viewers an idea of just what goes on in from day-to-day.

North Korea proposes 'all-inclusive' report on human rights

Pyongyang - Officials were reportedly unhappy with a detailed report by the United Nations which detailed some severe human rights abuses. Now a new project from the government itself which they promise will be "all-inclusive."

Op-Ed: Is the 'Homefront' series cursed?

Two months after Crytek announced that 'Homefront: The Revolution' was in the works, reports began to surface that the gaming studio was struggling with finical and internal problems.

Crytek abandons 'Homefront: The Revolution' and closes UK studio

After months of rumored financial problems along with unpaid staffers leaving, Crytek has sold the 'Homefront' IP to Deep Silver while having shutdown Crytek UK.

See the video North Korea wants removed from the Internet

Kim Jong-un is shown in this parody of world leaders dancing and goofing off during a digital altered video. While North America and Russia say nothing of their leaders being mocked, North Korea wants the video removed.

NK missiles slam Sea of Japan

Tokyo - North Korea fired multiple ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan early Sunday morning, says a news report from NHK World in Tokyo.

Catch 22: North Korean nukes

Tokyo - The Government of Japan will only partially lift a ban on North Korean ships entering Japan as part of an ongoing rapprochement with Pyongyang.

Op-Ed: Another American detained. What isn't 'rash' by DPRK standards?

Pyongyang - Another American is detained on equally stupifying reasons as the other two. The US is trying to get them out, but how effective can negotiations really be?

North Korean authorities call comedy film an 'act of war'

A trailer for the upcoming comedy called "The Interview" has aroused international interest and a response for action from North Korean (NK) authorities themselves.

N. Korea, Japan trade food and medicine in kidnap investigation

The animosity between Japan and North Korea has been going on for years, occasionally escalating into hostile exchanges of threats. But the abduction of Japanese nationals in the late 1970s and early 1980s has never been resolved.

'Homefront: The Revolution' officially announced

Crytek has officially announced that 'Homefront: The Revolution' is in the works while set to be released in 2015 for the Next Gen consoles and PC.

Op-Ed: No propaganda, Voice of America need not fear reform bill

Washington - Mismanagement by senior executives threatens journalistic independence of Voice of America (VOA) much more than the bipartisan bill in Congress designed to reform U.S. international media outreach. There will be no government propaganda from VOA.

Op-Ed: The gray list : Turkey’s financing of terrorism

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) recently gathered in Paris, France to analyze the efforts of countries around the world in combating the financing of terrorism, placing specific scrutiny on the member country of Turkey.

U.S. offers to send envoy to North Korea to free missionary

Seoul - Although the United States is willing to dispatch a special envoy to North Korea to try to win the release of a jailed missionary, it will not become involved with meaningful talks with Pyongyang unless the country quits pursing nuclear weapons.

Dennis Rodman apologizes for outburst on live TV interview

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman has issued an apology for his outburst while being interviewed by Chris Cuomo, host of CNN program "News Day," saying he had been drinking and was stressed out during the interview.

Dennis Rodman goes ballistic with CNN anchor Chris Cuomo

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman angrily ranted when he appeared on Chris Cuomo's "News Day" program on CNN prior to Rodman's selected ex-NBA stars team playing with the North Korean basketball team in Pyongyang on Wednesday.

Rodman arrives in N.Korea for Kim's birthday basketball game

Pyongyang - Former NBA basketball super-star Dennis Rodman has arrived in North Korea, ready to mark Kim Jong-un's birthday with a celebrity game of basketball.

Kim Jong-un's aunt dead of heart attack or suicide

Pyongyang - As North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un, prepares to celebrate his birthday Wednesday there are reports that his aunt, sister to former North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, is dead of a heart attack or suicide.

Dennis Rodman set to return to North Korea for exhibition game

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman is set to return to Pyongyang with his All-American basketball team to play with and later join the North Korean basketball team in an exhibition game for the birthday celebration of North Korean strongman Kim Jong un.

Western media's take on Kim Jong Un's uncle being eaten by dogs

Pyongyang - Rumors are flying that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's uncle Jade Song Thaek, was executed, not by the usual firing squad, but by being stripped naked and then placed in a cage with 120 attack dogs.

New report says Kim Jong Un's uncle eaten alive by starving dogs

Pyongyang - The world was stunned by the execution of Kim Jong Un's uncle in North Korea last month. However, the plot thickens as a Beijing-based newspaper reports the brutal method by which Jang Song Thaek was put to death.

Dennis Rodman leaves North Korea without meeting Kim Jong Un

Former NBA basketball star Dennis Rodman left Pyongyang Monday without meeting his friend and North Korean strongman Kim Jong Un.

North Korea faxes Seoul: Will 'strike mercilessly without notice'

In what has become a common occurrence during N. Korean anniversaries and festivals, protesters in Seoul earlier this week burned effigies of N. Korean leaders, as well as their flag. North Korea, in response to the protest, sent South Korea a fax.

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman makes third trip to North Korea

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman makes his third trip to Pyongyang this year to help prepare North Korean basketball players for upcoming exhibition game and hopefully to meet his friend North Korean strongman Kim Jong Un for the third time.

Execution of Chang Song-thaek, uncle of Kim, stuns world leaders

Pyongyang - News that ousted Chang or Jang Song-thaek, a powerful uncle of Kim Jong-un has been executed, has sent ripples of shock-waves to other countries. The uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was ousted from office and not seen in public since November.
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Randall Baran-Chong  Executive Director of HanVoice
Randall Baran-Chong, Executive Director of HanVoice
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Pyongyang: North Korea said on November 30  2013   it had arrested U.S. citizen Merrill E. Newman  f...
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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Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Toronto  Ji-In Hong
Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Toronto, Ji-In Hong
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Former NBA basketball player Dennis Rodman talks to journalists as he arrives at the Beijing Capital International Airport to leave for Pyongyang, in Beijing, January 6, 2014
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Carl Gershman  President of the National Endowment of Democracy and member of the Council on Foreign...
Carl Gershman, President of the National Endowment of Democracy and member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
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Korean food vendor.
Korean food vendor.
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Grand celebrations are held in Pyongyang so it is a major focal point for the study.
Grand celebrations are held in Pyongyang so it is a major focal point for the study.
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The statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il on Mansu Hill in Pyongyang (April 2012)
The statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il on Mansu Hill in Pyongyang (April 2012)
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UN Commission of Inquiry into human rights in North Korea members Marzuki Darusman  Commission Chair...
UN Commission of Inquiry into human rights in North Korea members Marzuki Darusman, Commission Chairman Michael Kirby and Sonja Biserko.
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The US Secretary of the Navy  Dr. Donald C. Winter  visits South Korea s Hyundai ship works.
The US Secretary of the Navy, Dr. Donald C. Winter, visits South Korea's Hyundai ship works.
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The International Conference on North Korean Human Rights at the University of Toronto.
The International Conference on North Korean Human Rights at the University of Toronto.
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The Peace Bell  which is located in the demilitarized zone on the Korean Peninsula
The Peace Bell, which is located in the demilitarized zone on the Korean Peninsula
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North Korean soldier.
North Korean soldier.
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Google map: Pyongyang, North Korea
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Kim Il-Jong looking at eggs
Kim Il-Jong looking at eggs
Kim Jong Il Looking at Things
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The young man watches from the shuttle as the city is engulfed a nuclear explosion.
The young man watches from the shuttle as the city is engulfed a nuclear explosion.
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(From left to right) Host Randall Baran-Chong  Young-Cheol Kim  translator  Mi-ran Kim  Suk woo Kim
(From left to right) Host Randall Baran-Chong, Young-Cheol Kim, translator, Mi-ran Kim, Suk woo Kim
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All smiles: Merrill Newman holding hands with his wife  Lee  and son  Jeff  after arriving at the ai...
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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All smiles: Merrill Newman holding hands with his wife  Lee  and son  Jeff  after arriving at the ai...
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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