“A mass exodus of North Korean workers from the Far East of Russia is under way, according to reports coming out of the region. As the two Koreas edged towards the
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For the second or third time in recent months cities in China have been hit with super-deluges and catastrophic flooding. [See also Tennessee, below] Earlier in August massive mudslides killed
A careful but still harrowing account by Laura Ling and Euna Lee of their five months in North Korean prisons, their attempts to eat some of their notes and video
“A North Korean cargo ship shadowed by a United States Navy destroyer was reportedly steaming toward Myanmar on Sunday, posing what could be the first test of how far the
” North Korea adamantly denied for seven years that it had a program for making nuclear weapons from enriched uranium.
But on Saturday, a few hours after the U.N. Security Council
The February 2009 U.S. Department of State’s Report on North Korea cited this in section 1.c.
The penal code prohibits torture or inhumane treatment; however, many sources continued to confirm their
“China suspended government exchanges with North Korea after Kim Jong-Il’s regime last week tested a nuclear device and fired short-range missiles, Yonhap News said.
“China has halted plans to send
“Pyongyang today lashed out at both Seoul and Washington, warning that it would attack South Korea if any of its ships were intercepted as part of a U.S.-led initiative to
Monday morning brings the unwelcome news that North Korea has tested another nuclear device, followed by the firing of three 80 mile missiles into the western Pacific. Measurement and
North Korea is going to shoot one of it’s medium long range ballistic missiles, a Taepodong-2, some time next week. As currently believed to be configured it has a
North Korea has placed a long-range missile capable of reaching the US on a launch pad as the Stalinist state prepares for what it claims is a satellite launch in
Very interesting story from Sidney, Australia, about the recent North Korea-US nuclear agreement — on, then off, then on again.
Mike Chinoy, the former CNN chief Asia correspondent and author of