Trump has 'little gift' for North Korea leader
Tomas Ojea Quintana, UN special rapporteur on humanrights situation in North Korea, says some members of group of North Korea restaurant workers he met may have been abducted to South Korea against their will
KCNA: "The Abe group has gotten the jitters at the possible undesirable change on the peninsula since the DPRK-U.S. dialogueIf Japan avoids the past liquidation and incites the hostility to the DPRK only, it would not escape from the political loneness for good."
KCNA: "A dramatic event is happening on the Korean peninsulaJapan is very upset by this because the atmosphere of reconciliation and detente in the peninsula is throwing dark clouds over Japan seeking a war state."
KCNA: "The Korean Documentary and Science Film Studio recently produced three science films'Our Life and Disinfectant Detergent' shows the global trend of development in the production of disinfectant detergent and advantages of various homemade detergents."
China says its position on North Korean issue is consistent
Leaders of South Korea, India agree to more than double bilateral trade to US$50 bln by 2030
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KCNA: "He underscored the need to equip the factory with modern machines for making a variety of foods, including noodle, zeppole, cake and nutritious rice, with farina so as to produce tasty and nutritious processed potato foods on a full scale."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Ungave a field guidance to the modern Samjiyon Potato Farina Production FactoryHe said that the factory has not been operated in full capacity after its appearance but it should produce a huge amount of farina with the potatoes harvested this year."
South Korea Defense minister vows stern measures against intelligence unit's wrongdoings
North Korea castigates Japan for hostility, demands payment for colonial-era crimes
Citing improved inter-Korean relations, ROK suspends annual civil defense drills
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may have been too busy visiting a potato farm to meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, according to Pyongyang's state media
KCNA: "Through the course of shaping and assembling a robot, working out an algorithm for it, inserting music and expressing their ideas, schoolchildren come to feel the pride of success, receive elementary education in robot and acquire scientific knowledge."
refutes skepticism after his visit to the DPRK, says talks on denuclearization with North Korea are still on track.
: I have confidence that Kim Jong Un will honor the contract we signed and, even more importantly, our handshake. We agreed to the denuclearization of North Korea. China, on the other hand, may be exerting negative pressure on a deal because of our posture on Chinese Trade-Hope Not.
Top U.N. relief official visits North Korea
North Korea reminds Trump its nuclear weapons won't come cheap
Moon and Modi take a subway ride together through New Delhi.
Pompeo blamed the media for the stark differences in how he assessed the talks compared with how North Korea's Foreign Ministry viewed them
New U.S. envoy to South Korea meets with CIA official on North Korea
Kremlin spox: We don't have any information about Kim Jong-un's plane landing in Vladivostok,
Return of U.S. war dead could build trust with North Korea: Pompeo
Seoul to digitize historic maps of North Korea for use in infrastructure, land policy
Suspect in YouTuber sex abuse probe jumped into river in apparent suicide: police
'North Korea asked Israel for $1 billion in cash to halt missile sale to Iran'
Pompeo: "Yep, the road ahead will be difficult and challenging, and we know critics will try to minimize the work that we've achieved. But President Trump and I believe that peace is worth the effort. And that's something that we all want."
Pompeo on CVID versus FFVD: "Folks can try and parse words should they choose to do so. What's most important is what the North Koreans understandthe demands that the world is making of North Korea it's unmistakable. I've been very clear with them."
North Korea trade volume fell 15% due to sanctions: report