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Reuters: U.S. blacklists two companies over exportation of forced labor from North Korea

The United States on Thursday slapped sanctions on two new companies it accused of being involved in exporting forced labor from...

CNN: North Korea is going to be a major headache for whoever wins the US election

As Barack Obama ended his 75th day as President of the United States, the engines of a massive North Korean rocket roared...

BBC: North Korea: What we know about the ‘massive’ new missile on parade

North Korea has unveiled a new ballistic missile whose "colossal" size has surprised even seasoned analysts of the country's arsenal. Defence expert...

VOA: North Korea Shows Off New ICBM During Nighttime Parade

North Korea has unveiled what defense analysts say appears to be a new intercontinental ballistic missile. The ICBM was displayed during a...

BBC: What we can expect to see at North Korea’s ‘biggest military parade’

North Korea is preparing for what is expected to be the largest military parade in its history. Thousands of soldiers have practised...

Reuters: Explainer: What a North Korean holiday may reveal about Kim Jong Un’s plans

North Korea is expected to use a major holiday this weekend to showcase its military power, highlight domestic political messages, and galvanize...

BBC: North Korea’s celebrity defector

Nara knew little about social media before her defection but now has millions of followers.

VOA: No Signs North Korea Moving Toward Denuclearization

North Korea gave no indication Tuesday that it has moved any closer to denuclearization in its statement during the final day of...

Reuters: North Korea tells U.N. that now it has ‘effective war deterrent’ it will focus on economy

North Korea has a “reliable and effective war deterrent for self-defense” and will now focus on developing its economy, North Korea’s U.N....

VOA: North Korea Shoots, Cremates South Korean Civilian at Sea, Says Seoul

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - North Korea shot, killed, and immediately cremated a South Korean civilian official who went missing earlier this week...
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