North Korean regime feels shamed today after its long-range rocket
malfunctioned during a test flight last week. And while the world focuses on
whether this rogue nation will detonate a nuclear bomb to remind everyone that
it is a military force...
(AP) - More than 150,000 North Koreans are incarcerated in a Soviet-style,
hidden gulag despite the communist government's denial it holds political
prisoners, a human rights group reported Tuesday. The U.S.-based Committee for
SEOUL, South Korea - (AP) North Korea declared Tuesday that it would sever all communication and relations with Seoul as punishment for blaming the North for the sinking of a South Korean warship two months ago.
North Korea also announced it would...
SEOUL, South Korea - (AP) U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Wednesday the world must respond to the "unacceptable provocation" represented by the sinking of a South Korean warship blamed on Pyongyang, as the regime unleashed...
SEOUL, South Korea - (AP) Abnormal radiation was detected near the inter-Korean border days after North Korea claimed last month to have achieved a nuclear technology breakthrough, South Korea's Science Ministry said Monday.
The ministry said it...
SEOUL, South Korea - (AP) North Korea warned the U.S. and South Korea on Monday of deadly consequences for engaging in "psychological warfare" by allowing journalists into the heavily fortified Demilitarized Zone dividing the two Koreas.
SEOUL, South Korea - (AP) North Korea, accused of waging the deadliest attack on the South Korean military since the Korean War, flatly denied sinking a warship Thursday and warned that retaliation would mean "all-out war."
SEOUL, South Korea - (AP) South Korea's president slashed trade to impoverished North Korea and pledged to haul Pyongyang before the U.N. Security Council, vowing Monday to make Pyongyang "pay a price" for a torpedo attack that killed 46...
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - South Korea officially referred North Korea to
the U.N. Security Council on Friday over the sinking of a navy ship that killed
46 sailors, taking its strongest step ever toward making the communist North
face international punishment...
SEOUL, South Korea - (AP) South Korea has no intention of resuming food aid to North Korea, an official said Monday, a day after the ruling party chief questioned whether the assistance should restart because of recent flooding in the impoverished North...
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