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Kim Jong-un's Aunt Now Missing From Photo
North Korea's military and political elite lined up in formation to swear fealty to its leader Kim Jong-un today as observers studied the position of top aides to see who survived the recent purge of Kim's uncle. Kim's paternal aunt Kim Kyong-hui was not present at any of the events after her
South Korea: North Korea Fires 3 Short-Range Guided Missiles
It's Raising Concerns About Potential for Military Provocation in the Region
North Korea's Kim Going to Iran, But Which Kim?
SEOUL, South Korea – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will travel to Iran next week, according to Iran’s semi-official Fars News Agency, but South Korean press suggests that Iran may have gotten its Kims mixed up. A trip to Iran by North Korea’s young...
Glimpse of North Korea: Travels in the Empire of Kim Jong Un
The followers of the "Juche" ideology had come from 47 countries, perhaps 400 or maybe even 500 of them, the last remaining believers in an idea that was once intended to bring delight to the entire world. They wanted to see the successes with their own eyes and pay homage to their hero. Kim Il
North Korea Insists 'No Problems' for Kim Jong Il
Despite Speculation About Kim John Il's Health, Pyongyang Insists All Is Well
ABC Exclusive: Enemy Inside the Gates: North Koreans in the U.S.
N. KOREA Exclusive: Enemy Inside the Gates: North Koreans in the U.S. Federal agents monitoring the eight North Korean diplomats assigned to the United Nations in New York are now on high alert in light of their country's purported test of a nuclear bomb, ABC News has learned. ( ABC News ) China
Missing Japanese Girl Kidnapped by North Korea Still Elicits Ire
Documentary Chronicling Abduction Reignites Tension Between Japan and North Korea
WNN Book Excerpt: Nuclear North Korea
The following is excerpted from Nuclear North Korea by Victor Cha and David Kang. Tables and charts have not been reproduced. All materials used with permission. I loathe Kim Jong-il I've got a visceral reaction to this guy . . . U.S. President George W. Bush We are capable of winning
Albright Ends Historic N. Korea Visit
North Korea may be one of the worlds few remaining communist countries, a place that has been described as being hermetically sealed for the last 50 years, but its leader is no slouch in the new economy. At a dinner today to mark the end of Secretary of State Madeleine Albrights landmark visit
Albright Trip Marks Korean Thaw
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright celebrated a thawing relationship with North Korean Officials today, even while acknowledging that it will take time to erase 50 years of enmity and mistrust dating back to the Korean War. Albright, the highest-level U.S. official to ever visit North Korea, met