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3 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com
The United States said it supported UN action on North Korea's human rights record after a hard-hitting report compared the regime's treatment of its people to the Holocaust.
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5 hrs ago | CNN
That North Korean leader Kim Jong Un won his first parliamentary election with a clear 100% of the vote might not be remarkable, but who he chose to cast his vote with certainly has sparked interest amongst Korea-watchers.
10 hrs ago | Korea Herald
Prosecutors on Friday sought an arrest warrant for a Chinese national on charges of forging Chinese immigration records to help Seoul's main spy agency frame a North Korean defector for espionage, prosecution officials said.
14 hrs ago | Newsday
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says he will not revise a historic Japanese apology for the army's use of war-time sex slaves.
Korean photo, book and fine art exhibitions opened in Yingkou City of Liaoning Province and Tangshan City of Hebei Province, China on March 7 and 8. Displayed on the front walls of the exhibition halls were portraits of smiling President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il.
Cell Phone Proliferation No Threat to North Korean Regime Yonho Kim, Jee Abbey Lee doubled to more than two million last year, but a "Korean Spring" appears unlikely anytime soon.
Despite the CELAC spectacle in Havana, Cuba the Castro regime's outlaw credentials were reaffirmed in a damning report from the United Nations widely reported, on its role in illegal arms smuggling to its ideological soul mate: North Korea.
Amid increasing talk of reunification and shifts in the regional security landscape, calls have grown for Seoul and Washington to set clear mid- and long-term visions for their alliance.
Pyongyang on Wednesday denied any responsibility for a North Korea-flagged tanker which loaded crude oil at a port held by rebels in eastern Libya.
The whereabouts of ousted Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan were a mystery Wednesday after he flew out of the country the night before, despite a prosecutor's order he not leave after his removal from office.
Let's say you're the supreme leader of a pariah state. You're looking to move a few hundred tons of Soviet-era arms across international boundaries, but you've been slapped by a harsh arms embargo.
"After the starvation of up to 1m people in the famine demonstrated the state's inability to feed its people, it was forced to turn a blind eye to the informal markets that sprang up.
BACKGROUND In one of the most decisive victories in electoral history, the North Korean president Kim Jong-un was yesterday elected to the country's parliament."
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was elected to the rubber-stamp parliament with 100% votes on Monday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visits the Kim Il Sung University of Politics to take part in the election of a deputy to the Supreme People's Assembly at sub-constituency No.
Libya's parliament ousted Western-backed prime minister Ali Zidan in a Tuesday vote, removing the first democratically chosen leader who had struggled for 15 months to stem the country's spiraling descent into chaos, with divisive political power struggles and rampant militias out of the control of the weak central government.