KCNA: "The Trump administration is inciting an extremely confrontational atmosphere by even concocting a plot against us at this delicate moment when the situation on the Korean peninsula is at the crossroads of nuclear war or peace."
KCNA: "As we have clearly stated on several occasions, we have nothing to do with cyber-attack and we do not feel a need to respond, on a case-by-case basis, to such absurd allegations of the U.S."
KCNA: "The U.S., a source of all social evils and a state of global cyber-crimes, is unreasonably accusing the DPRK without any forensic evidence. This cannot be construed otherwise than an expression of its inveterate repugnance towards the DPRK."
KCNA: "The United States is now inciting the global confrontation against us by forcibly linking to the DPRK the latest incident of cyber-attack which has given rise to a great international outcry."
South Korea's nuclear envoy leaves for Japan for talks on North Korea nukes
KCNA: "The DPRK, as a state party to the [Biological Weapons Convention], maintains its consistent stand to oppose development, manufacture, stockpiling and possession of biological weapons."
KCNA: "Some U.S. media and experts are now groundlessly claiming that the DPRK is pushing forward with so-called 'biological weapons development program' as a part of the 'wild ambition for developing the WMD'."
North Korea suspected in latest bitcoin heist, bankrupting Youbit exchange
South Korea's military fires some 20 warning shots at North Korean border guards searching for a defector: official
KCNA: "If the present ruling quarters of Japan follow in the footsteps of the predecessors, not waking up from the old dream of the 'Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere', they will only face final ruin."
KCNA: "The Japanese reactionaries…' ambition for reinvasion has now reached the phase which can no longer be overlooked."
North Korean soldier flees to South Korea via DMZ: military
One North Korean soldier defects to South Korea via land border: military
KCNA: "American barrack culture has been deeply infiltrated into the south Korean puppet army and Yankee culture prevails and it regards brutality and atrocity as the first character of soldiers…violence serves as the basic mean and common life mode to maintain the army."
KCNA: "South Korea suffers great economic damage owing to the U.S. policy for plunder. Crimes against humanity such as murder, rape, violence and robbery committed by GIs present in south Korea steadily increase."
KCNA: "The report deals with sad lot of the south Korean people who fell victim to the U.S. colonial rule. Military exercises are staged almost everyday in the military bases of the U.S.…and therefore the south Korean people are trembling with horror under the noise pollution."
KCNA: "The Democratic People's Republic of Korea Wednesday issued the '2017 Report on Human Rights Abuses in south Korea' to reveal the hideous crimes against humanity and human rights committed in south Korea this year."
Trump's national security adviser H.R. McMaster said the US has to be ready to compel North Korea's denuclearization: "We have a very short amount of time to be able to address the problem.".
The @Telegraph: White House has "dramatically" stepped up preparation for a military operation in North Korea amid fears diplomacy is not working; "The hope is that force would show that America is "serious" about nuclear development"
Chinese government bans tour group travel to South Korea
South Korean coast guard fires 250 rounds at Chinese fishing ships
South Korea seeks US military drill delay for Olympics
South Korean Intel claims that North Korea has started to test loading anthrax onto ICBM's
KCNA: "The players and their coaches visited the statues of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il on Mansu Hill and laid a floral basket and bouquets before the statues before paying tribute to the great leaders."
The White House says Microsoft and Facebook acted to disable North Korean cyberattacks
8 month ago
Calling on private sector to "increase its accountability in the cyber realm by taking action that denies North Korea and bad actors to launch reckless and destructive cyber acts" per @TomBossert45
Moon says South Korea, U.S. could review postponing military drills before Olympics: report
Hackers stole about 17 percent of YouBit's cryptocurrency in the attack
Cryptocurrency exchange Youbit shuts down after hack attack
KCNA: "As long as the U.S. hostile policy and nuclear threat toward the DPRK are not fundamentally removed, the DPRK will never put its nukes and ballistic missiles on the table of negotiations nor flinch even an inch from the…road of bolstering up the nuclear force."