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  1. U.S. Rejects N.Korea Call for New Probe into Sinking of CheonanRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2010 | Chosun Ilbo

    The United States on Wednesday rejected a call by North Korea for a new investigation of the sinking of a South Korean warship in March that Seoul blames on Pyongyang. The U.S. said the findings of a South Korean inquiry that attributes the attack to North Korea are "compelling."

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  2. North Korea's well-to-do feast on French baguettesRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un gives field guidance at a fish meal fodder factory, newly built by the Korean People's Army , in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency in Pyongyang on Tuesday. Reports linked to a North Korean group in Japan say the North's wealthy are dining on French cuisine.

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  3. UN to Monitor N Korean Human Rights From SeoulRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Voice of America

    Marzuki Darusman, U.N. special rapporteur on human rights in North Korea, says it's crucial that the Seoul field office that will monitor human rights in North Korea "function with independence and sufficient resources." The Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights plans to open a field office in Seoul within a few months to monitor human rights in North Korea.

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  4. Mariachi Del Sol De Mexico to Play MPAC, 5/4Read the original story

    Yesterday | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... Santiago, Chile. Not only were they the first Mariachi group to play concerts in Beijing, China and Pyongyang, North Korea; the shows were sold out! They have also played for four U.S. Presidents (Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and ...

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  5. Marco Rubio: Iran Nuke Deal 'Won't Survive This President'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Max

    Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said Tuesday that if he is elected president, he would kill any deal President Barack Obama reached with Iran which permitted Tehran to maintain the capability and infrastructure to enrich uranium, the Washington Examiner reported . Rubio, who is considering a run for president next year, told syndicated talk-show host Hugh Hewitt that because it allows Iran to enrich uranium, the Obama administration's nuclear deal with Iran "is totally unacceptable" and would "abandon almost a decade of sanctions" based on the premise that the regime would not be permitted to enrich uranium.

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  6. Marco Rubio reiterates commitment to cancel Iran dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Examiner

    Sen. Marco Rubio on Tuesday detailed parameters that would lead him to unilaterally cancel an arms deal with Iran if he's elected president next year. The Florida Republican is not yet a 2016 candidate but said in a radio interview that should he run and win, he would junk any deal President Obama reached with Iran that allowed Tehran to maintain an infrastructure and capability to enrich uranium.

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  7. Moon strives to head off - pro-N.K.' attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Korea Herald

    The main opposition party leader Rep. Moon Jae-in visited a military unit near the border with North Korea on Wednesday, in an apparent bid to erase public perceptions of his party as being Pyongyang sympathizers. Wearing a marine's uniform, complete with protective headgear and camouflage face paint, the New Politics Alliance for Democracy chairman visited the 2nd Marine Division as rival parties geared up for next month's by-elections.

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  8. New Chinese ambassador vows to 'blaze new trail' in N. Korea tiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Korea Herald

    The new Chinese ambassador to North Korea, Li Jinjun, has pledged to spare no efforts to warm relations with the unruly ally, saying he aims to "blaze a new trail" in promoting the tradition of their friendly relations. The 59-year-old Li, former vice minister of the Chinese Communist Party's International Department that has been closely engaged with North Korea's ruling party, took up the post last week amid strained political ties between the two nations because of Pyongyang's defiant pursuit of nuclear weapons.

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  9. N. Korea accuses U.S. of fabricating Cheonan caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Arirang TV

    North Korea says the U.S. fabricated the story of North Korea sinking a South Korean warship named Cheonan because it wanted to expand American influence in Northeast Asia. Pyongyang's military unit issued a statement at the truce village of Panmunjom.

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  10. S.Korea conducts naval training exercise to mark Cheonan sinking incidentRead the original story

    Yesterday | Xinhuanet

    The South Korean military on Wednesday conducted naval training exercises to mark the fifth anniversary of the Cheonan sinking in March 2010. The naval maneuvers came a day ahead of the fifth anniversary of the Cheonan sinking incident where the South Korean Navy corvette Cheonan sank off the disputed western maritime border, killing 46 soldiers among 104 on board the ill-fated warship.

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  11. Chief of U.S. armed forces visits Seoul to talk defense cooperationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Arirang TV

    Earlier this week, a senior U.S. official indicated the controversial THAAD would be part of the talks when Dempsey meets his counterpart Choi Yoon-hee on Friday. Seoul, however, dismissed speculations, saying it's not on its official agenda.

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  12. SEOUL: N. Korea urges Seoul to lift sanctionsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Asia News Network

    North Korea on Tuesday repeated its denial of responsibility for the 2010 torpedo attack on the South Korean corvette Cheonan, raising pressure on Seoul to lift a package of economic sanctions against it that was imposed after the tragedy. The denial came as Seoul has called on Pyongyang to take "responsible steps" including an official apology for the attack that killed 46 sailors, if it wants the so-called May 24 sanctions to be lifted.

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  13. N. Korea urges Seoul to lift sanctionsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Asia News Network

    North Korea on Tuesday repeated its denial of responsibility for the 2010 torpedo attack on the South Korean corvette Cheonan, raising pressure on Seoul to lift a package of economic sanctions against it that was imposed after the tragedy. The denial came as Seoul has called on Pyongyang to take "responsible steps" including an official apology for the attack that killed 46 sailors, if it wants the so-called May 24 sanctions to be lifted.

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  14. S. Korea should wisely deal with N.K. denying torpedo attackRead the original story

    Tuesday | English Dong-A

    S. Korea should wisely deal with N.K. denying torpedo attack . MARCH 25, 2015 07:37.

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  15. North, South Korea Still at Odds Over Cheonan SinkingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2010 | Voice of America

    The two sides have been at odds over the cause of the sinking of the corvette Cheonan . A South Korean-led international team blamed the North for launching a torpedo attack on the ship, but Pyongyang denied the accusation.

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  16. Iran, North Korea, and the Congress that Says NoRead the original story

    Tuesday | Common Dreams

    Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman has been the State Department point person on negotiations with both North Korea and Iran. Negotiators are rushing to meet an end-of-March deadline to reach a nuclear framework deal with Iran.

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  17. North Korean defectors in South Korea leave detention center misinformed, says reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | UPI

    North Korean defectors are not receiving the education they need to properly adapt to life in South Korea and are critically misinformed about economic opportunities soon after their arrival, a South Korean newspaper reported Tuesday. The Chosun Ilbo interviewed four North Korean defectors in South Korea, each of who presented concrete examples of problems they faced in a mandatory 12-week program, which all North Koreans must attend before they are released from South Korean detention.

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  18. Tension rises over South Korean ship sinking as North Korea denies responsibilityRead the original story

    Tuesday | Big News Network.com

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  19. Army to deploy new MLRS this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Korea Herald

    The South Korean military is expected to deploy an advanced multiple launch rocket system to some of the Army's frontline units from the latter half of the year, amid North Korea's continued artillery threats, a military source said Tuesday. The new domestically made MLRS, called "Chunmoo," will bolster South Korea's artillery counterstrike capabilities as it has a range of up to 80 kilometers - double the range of the currently deployed "Guryong" rocket system, the source said, declining to be identified.

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  20. North Korea urges Seoul to lift sanctionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Korea Herald

    North Korea on Tuesday repeated its denial of responsibility for the 2010 torpedo attack on the South Korean corvette Cheonan, raising pressure on Seoul to lift a package of economic sanctions against it that was imposed after the tragedy. The denial came as Seoul has called on Pyongyang to take "responsible steps" including an official apology for the attack that killed 46 sailors, if it wants the so-called May 24 sanctions to be lifted.

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