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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
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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
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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."
KCNA: "As the DPRK has consistently insisted, the way to solve the issue between the DPRK and the U.S. is for the U.S. to drop at an early date its heinous hostile policy, which defines the DPRK as an enemy, and co-exist peacefully with the DPRK possessed of nukes."
KCNA: "The DPRK has no interest in the dialogue intermittently put up by the U.S. which is sneered by the international community for failing to mind its internal affairs."
KCNA: "U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson said at a forum co-sponsored by the U.S. Atlantic Council and international exchange foundation on Dec. 12 that the U.S. could be open to peace talks with the DPRK without preconditions."
Asahi reports NK official responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of nuke facilities including the Punggye-Ri site has been executed. The official is believed to be from Bureau 131 and was reportedly killed for continuing maintenance issues at Punggye-Ri
South Korea conducts nuclear disaster drill
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un has turned misfortunes into blessings and achieved ever-victory in the indomitable spirit of attack and the sprit of Mt Paektu. This is his mode of great revolutionary leadership."
KCNA: "They grumbled that the opposite side cold-shouldered them and lacked sincerity in the recent junket of the 'president', while claiming the visit was 'successful'."
KCNA: "The chief executive of south Korea visited a neighboring country from December 13 to 16. They claimed that the aim of this visit was to discuss the ways for 'restoration of the relations' and 'solution to the north's nuclear issue and peace'."
According to @TomBossert45, the DPRK is responsible for the #WannaCry computer worm.
KCNA: "The right to preemptive attack is not exclusive to the U.S. The U.S. should cool-headedly face up to the reality that the iron-willed DPRK's preemptive nuclear attack against provocateurs is just not hot air."
KCNA: "The public opinion opposed to the preemptive attack is getting stronger in the U.S. It can be viewed as a sort of advice that the U.S. administration should drop the adventurous and risky way of thinking and boldly make a U-turn in its policy toward the DPRK."
KCNA: "U.S. media are claiming 'the war chariot of the Trump administration began to move' and 'it is reminiscent of the Bush administration preparing for a war against Iraq.'"
KCNA: "Those concerned of the U.S. Department of Defense think that the possibility of an armed clash on the Korean peninsula with a U.S. preemptive attack next year is 40 to 50 percent."
KCNA: "Such opinion that Trump might order a preemptive attack on the DPRK is widely spreading among former and incumbent officials of the U.S. administration, media and experts recently."
Trump says North Korea challenge will be taken care of, "we have no choice"
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KCNA: "He made a deep bow to Kim Jong Il in the hall of immortality where he lies in state."
KCNA: "Respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un visited the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun on Dec. 17, the greatest national mourning day. He entered the hall where the statues of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il stand…He paid high homage to the statues."
US, South Korea conduct drills on removing North Korean weapons of mass destruction: report