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12 min ago | The Review
South Korea's president has called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's purging of his uncle and his followers a "reign of terror" that could deepen uncertainty about ties between the rival Koreas.
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12 min ago | Reuters
North Korea is engaged in a purge amounting to a "reign of terror" that has claimed the scalp of the country's second most powerful man and risks further damaging relations with the South, President Park Geun-hye said on Tuesday.
4 hrs ago | VDARE
On Derb Radio in March, John Derbyshire noted that Dennis Rodman travelled to North Korea for an interview with dictator and basketball fan Kim Jong-Un .
8 hrs ago | National Public Radio
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has dismissed his uncle - who was considered the number two power in the country - from a key defense post.
North Korea on Monday acknowledged the purge of leader Kim Jong Un's influential uncle for alleged corruption, drug use, gambling and a long list of other "anti-state" acts, apparently ending the career of the country's second most powerful official.
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North Korea's state-run television Saturday broadcast a rerun of a propaganda documentary about its leader, Kim Jong Un, after deleting all footage showing his uncle, Jang Song-thaek, who South Korean intelligence officials believe was recently dismissed from all his posts.
North Korea's regime is often casually dismissed as "crazy." Indeed, the existence of a hermetically sealed state -- a combination of communism and national fascism -- so closed-off to the outside world that the Internet does not exist except for a privileged few, strikes outside observers as beyond belief.
North Korea has increased the size of a labor camp where prisoners have been beaten to death with hammers and forced to dig their own graves, according to a report by a rights group published Thursday.
South Korea: The government in Seoul announced that it will soon confirm a new air defense zone that expands farther southward.
People watch a TV news program showing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, right, and Kim's uncle, Jang Song Thaek, second from left, at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
South Korea's unification minister says there is a "very high" possibility North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's powerful uncle has been fired but urged caution over reports of a power shuffle in Pyongyang The statement comes after Seoul's spy agency said in report to lawmakers Tuesday that it believed Jang Song Thaek was dismissed from his posts.
Carried in the magazine was a photo of supreme leader Kim Jong Un guiding the 4th meeting of the company commanders and political instructors of the Korean People's Army.