KCNA: "Japan should be mindful that if it approaches the reality with American style mode of thinking, it can never get rid of the dishonor of being 'dwarf Japan,' far from being treated as a 'giant' of Asia it desires."

Map. History of Koreas conflict

11 December 2018
NSA @AmbJohnBolton says Pres Trump will also have meetings at the G20 with Pres Macri of Argentina, Pres Moon of South Korea, Pres Erdogan of Turkey, PM Abe of Japan, PM Modi of India and Pres Putin of Russia. But no meeting set with Saudi Crown Prince.
France: A senator was arrested on suspicion of spying for North Korea
2 week ago
KCNA: "Japan should be mindful that if it approaches the reality with American style mode of thinking, it can never get rid of the dishonor of being 'dwarf Japan,' far from being treated as a 'giant' of Asia it desires."
2 week ago
KCNA: "Those countries and forces kowtowing to the U.S. would be well advised to live in their senses, not joining the anachronistic farce against the DPRK committed under the signboard of 'human rights protection' if they have a shred of conscience or cool-headedness."
2 week ago
KCNA: "The U.S. should properly understand the strategic position of the DPRK and face up to the changed trend of the times and behave with decorum, not to take issue with others for no reason. This is the way out to escape gloomy future."
2 week ago
KCNA: "The 'human rights issue in north Korea' much touted by the U.S. is unrealistic and groundless sophism. All of them are based on the rubbish of the human scum who ran away after committing unpardonable crimes."
2 week ago
KCNA: "Recently the U.S. let the Human Rights Watch, a plot-breeding organization, make public a groundless 'report' that sexual abuses against women are prevailing in the DPRK. At the same time the U.S. is inciting an atmosphere of hostility toward the DPRK."
2 week ago
KCNA: "The U.S. is making a slushy farce even when its hostile policy toward the DPRK called the 'human rights in north' results in failure."
2 week ago
ROK steps back from its previous position that the DPRK leader's visit to Seoul would take place before the end of this year.
North Korea Not Responding to U.S. Offer for Talks
2 week ago
KCNA: "Dialogue and military confrontation, peace and war drills can never go hand in handHard-won trend for the improvement of inter-Korean relations can be spoilt if one party stages the war drills against the other dialogue partner after shaking hands for reconciliation."
2 week ago
KCNA: "These are grave violation of the historic Panmunjom declarationThe south Korean military claims that the war drills 'have nothing to do with inter-Korean agreements'Its claim is nothing but a pretext to cover up its sinister intention for confrontation."
2 week ago
KCNA: "Of late the south Korean military staged such war drills as the 'anti-infiltration drill 2018' and Hoguk and decided to introduce air tanker from abroad and purchase ground-to-air interceptor missiles."
Pentagon continuing to "look at multiple aspects of future exercises" with ROK South Korea "to include their size and scope" per statement
Commander-in-Chief of @DubaiPoliceHQ Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri and the newly elected President of @INTERPOL_HQ  Kim Jong Yang attend the closing ceremony of  INTERPOL 87th General Assembly held in Dubai2 week ago
Commander-in-Chief of @DubaiPoliceHQ Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri and the newly elected President of @INTERPOL_HQ Kim Jong Yang attend the closing ceremony of INTERPOL 87th General Assembly held in Dubai
Kim Jong Yang, Republic of Korea was elected as @INTERPOL_HQ president2 week ago
Kim Jong Yang, Republic of Korea was elected as @INTERPOL_HQ president
3 week ago
KCNA: "Today, in the DPRK all people are enjoying genuine freedom and rights to the full extent thanks to the politics of attaching importance to, respecting and loving the people unfolded by Chairman Kim Jong Un."
3 week ago
KCNA: "EU and Japan are neither qualified nor in a position to talk about other's human rights issues. Inthe EU, the grave crimes against humanity continue to be perpetrated like Islamophobia, xenophobia, worst-ever refugee crisis and neo-Nazism."
3 week ago
KCNA: "All materials contained in the 'resolution' are nothing but the most despicable false words fabricated by a handful of 'defectors' who escaped after having committed crimes to sustain their dirty lives and therefore, we don't feel any need to make even a word on it."
3 week ago
KCNA: "'Human rights issue' mentioned in the 'resolution' has never existed and cannot be allowed to exist in my country where we value most the dignity and independent rights of human being."
3 week ago
KCNA: "The Permanent Mission of the DPRK to the UN resolutely and totally rejects the anti-DPRK 'resolution' (A/C.3/73/L.40) which was adopted forciblyThe 'resolution' has nothing to do with genuine human rights, as it is a product of political plot of hostile forces."
3 week ago
KCNA: "During the investigation, Lowrance stated that he illegally entered the DPRK under the manipulation of the CIA. The relevant organ decided to deport American citizen Lowrance from the DPRK."
3 week ago
KCNA: "Bruce Byron Lowrance, an American citizen, was detained by a relevant organ on Oct. 16 as he entered the Democratic People's Republic of Korea illegally the border between the DPRK and China."
3 week ago
KCNA: "The political dwarf Japan styles itself 'political power' in different parts of the world, only to be ridiculed."
3 week ago
KCNA: "Japan's act reminds people of a drunken brawler persisting in attending a wedding ceremony, absurdly speaking ill of the householder behind the fence. The impudent act makes even a close ally turn its face from Japan."
3 week ago
KCNA: "Many countries warmly welcomed positive changes fordetente in the Korean peninsula, but Japan cries out for 'intensified sanctions on the DPRK' and persists in mendicancy, repeatedly clamoring about the 'abduction'. Japan gets nothing but international isolation."
North Korea says it will deport an American citizen it recently detained for illegal entry.
3 week ago
U.S.-based nonprofit group calls for South Korea to take stronger steps to fight a tuberculosis crisis in North Korea.
3 week ago
KCNA: "The U.S., Japan and Western countries had better cure their human rights illness, instead of criticizing others groundlessly."
3 week ago
KCNA: "There is not much difference in Japan, which likes to brag itself as a 'law-governed state' and 'advanced state', and in European countries which slander other countries, behaving as if they are the 'model' in respecting human rights."
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