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[INTERVIEW] 'Inter-Korean trust should be prioritized over military tug-of-war'

Korea Times 21 Sep 2022
Former German member of European Parliament alerts against hardline policies towards Pyongyang's nuclear propaganda ... Ri Su-yong, left, who served as North Korea's Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2014 to 2016, meets Wolfgang Nowak in Pyongyang in 2017 ... Sticks mean sanctions against Pyongyang from the U.N.
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[INTERVIEW] 'NK will conduct nuclear test for position of strength in talks'

Korea Times 15 Sep 2022
... leader will elaborate on his "audacious initiative" at next week's United Nations General Assembly in New York that may help improve North Korea's moribund economy and the living conditions of North Korean citizens depending the progress of Pyongyang's denuclearization efforts.
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The Secret Weapons Scheme Spiraling Under America’s Nose

Yahoo Daily News 06 Sep 2022
An unidentified rocket is displayed during a military parade marking the 105th anniversary of the birth of late North Korean leader Kim Il-Sung in Pyongyang on April 15, 2017 ... “In terms of lives lost, people injured, and economic losses,” says the report, “a North Korean cyberattack could potentially cause between zero and thousands of deaths.”.
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Get a grip on North Korea first before mocking South

Korea Times 05 Sep 2022
China has apparently failed to live up to the gentlemen's agreement it made with the United States. Beijing has had no success in constraining Pyongyang from military provocations since. Pyongyang has carried out uncountable numbers of conventional military provocations and terrorism against Seoul.
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Where does Russia receive its aid from?

Asiatimes 04 Sep 2022
North Korea has also provided strong support to Russia, with Pyongyang recognizing Ukraine’s two breakaway republics in July ... For decades now, North Koreans have traveled to Russia largely to work in highly competitive construction jobs in Siberia, with roughly 20,000 North Korean workers living there today.
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North Korea says UN human rights expert is 'US puppet'

Korea Times 02 Sep 2022
2. AP-Yonhap. Pyongyang on Friday accused the newly appointed U.N ... "However, that does not mean that we should not try," she said, adding that she hoped Pyongyang would reconsider and engage with her. "We should not give up on engagement with the DPRK because what is at stake are the lives of the North Korean people and their human rights," she added ... .
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US-South Korea war games have a global audience

Taipei Times 29 Aug 2022
Last week, South Korea and the US commenced several huge, live-fire military exercises for the first time in several years in a clear signal to Pyongyang ... Pyongyang continues on a record pace with major missile tests — more than 30 and rising, more than in any other year.
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Kim Jong Un builds eight new mansions ‘to confuse enemies plotting assassination’

Metro UK 25 Aug 2022
The despot’s homes are in his luxurious Ch’angkwangsan Compound in the heart of Pyongyang (Picture ... The huge complex shielding Jong Un from the lives led by millions of people outside its walls (Picture ... Also nearby is Pyongyang’s restaurant row, in contrast to the difficult lives being led outside the compound.
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North Korean's bubble of certainty

Korea Times 21 Aug 2022
My father was a senior-level government officer for the North Korean regime, and his loyal commitment to the nation and the leader allowed our family to live in the capital Pyongyang, a privilege as North Koreans ... "Our country is the envy of the world!" Yes, I was living in a bubble.
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North Korea dismisses Seoul's aid offer as 'foolish' repeat

Statesville Record & Landmark 19 Aug 2022
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said her country will never accept South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol's “foolish” offer of economic benefits in exchange for denuclearization steps, accusing Seoul of recycling proposals Pyongyang already rejected.
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North Korea dismisses Seoul's aid-for-disarmament offer

Statesville Record & Landmark 19 Aug 2022
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says her country will never accept South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol’s “foolish” offer of economic benefits in exchange for denuclearization steps, accusing Seoul of recycling past proposals Pyongyang already rejected.
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US, South Korea to begin expanded military drills next week

Atlantic City 16 Aug 2022
The drills underscore Washington and Seoul’s commitment to restore large-scale training after they canceled some of their regular drills and downsized others to computer simulations in recent years to create space for diplomacy with Pyongyang and because of COVID-19 concerns.
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North Korea declares victory over Covid, reveals Kim suffered fever

The Times of India 11 Aug 2022
North Korean defectors and activists in the South had for decades sent balloons carrying anti-Pyongyang leaflets to the North, alongside food, medicine, money and other items ... Pyongyang's declaration of victory over Covid comes despite no known vaccine programme.
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North Korea claims miraculous win over coronavirus, says Kim suffered a fever

The Keene Sentinel 11 Aug 2022
But "North Korea's coronavirus fatality figure of 74 is nonsensically low," he said, adding that the death count is likely to be underrepresented in official figures given Pyongyang's lack of diagnostic capacity ... North Korea needs to show its dominance over COVID after the virus hit Pyongyang, where the country's elite live, experts say.
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N.Korea declares victory over COVID, reveals Kim suffered fever

Toronto Sun 11 Aug 2022
North Korean defectors and activists in the South had for decades sent balloons carrying anti-Pyongyang leaflets to the North, alongside food, medicine, money and other items ... Pyongyang’s declaration of victory over COVID comes despite no known vaccine program.

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