KCNA: "A delegation of the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK led by Vice-Minister Sin Hong Chol left here Saturday to attend the vice-minister-level negotiations between the DPRK and Russian foreign ministries."
KCNA: "Anyone, who values truth in sincerity, should instead ask for an investigation into the cause of Warmbier's sudden death soon after his arrival in the U.S., whose health indicators were all normal at the time of his release."
KCNA: "Now the question is: what is the ulterior motive of those American doctors trying to make a different story at this point in time with regard to the cause of Warmbier's death."
KCNA: "As Warmbier had admitted by himself at a press conference, we provided medical care to him with sincerity from humanitarian viewpoint until his return to the U.S., though he was a criminal who had committed a hostile act against the DPRK."
KCNA: "As the director of the hospital directly involved in medical treatment of Warmbier, I cannot repress my indignation over the American total distortion of the truth regarding his death."
KCNA: "The director of the Pyongyang Friendship Hospital gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA on Saturday as regards allegations coming out recently within the U.S., which distort the truth as to the cause of death of an American student Warmbier."
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KCNA: "The exploits performed by the CPV dead on this land will shine as a symbol of the DPRK-China friendship in history along with the souls of the Korean revolutionaries on the vast land of China, he added."
KCNA: "Graves of the dead of the Chinese People's Volunteers located inPyongyang have been remodeled into the Martyrs Cemetery on the occasion of the 68th anniversary of the CPV's entry into the Korean front. A relevant ceremony took place at the remodeled cemetery."
KCNA: "Valuing the historic tradition of the DPRK-China friendship and the revolutionary faith, Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un visited the People's Republic of China three times this year, making an immortal contribution to the development of the DPRK-China friendly relations."
KCNA: "The Chinese partyorganized volunteers and dispatched them to the Korean front on Oct. 25, 1950 when the DPRK was fighting against the imperialist allied forcesCPV fighters fought bravely against the imperialist allied forces, hand in hand with the Korean People's Army"
KCNA: "If Australia is interested in the regional situation even a bit, it should behave itselfIn case the affirmative atmosphere created on the Korean peninsula is wrecked owing to the riffs-raffs such as Australia, they must be held wholly accountable for it."
KCNA: "Australia should clearly know that the DPRK is a dignified socialist state advancing by dint of self-development and science and technology and that economic sanctions or diplomatic pressure can never work on it."
KCNA: "When many countries raise their voices at the United Nations that anti-DPRK sanctions should be relaxed or lifted, Australia is going against it. This fact shows that Australia has not abandoned its force of habit as a puppet."
KCNA: "Australia is seeking to destroy the hard-won peaceful atmosphere of the Korean peninsula and the region. It has become clear that Australia is displeased with the trend of peace in the Korean peninsula and the region."
KCNA: "The presentation heard 60-odd sci-tech successes and experience gained in the work for more producing tasty and nutritious mushroom. During the presentation there were lectures on the cultivation of mushroom."
KCNA: "A national presentation of technology and experience in cultivation of mushroom took place at the Grand People's Study HouseIt was attended by scientists, technicians, field officials and mushroom growers from scores of units."
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KCNA: "It is very self-evident that 'civilization' and 'standard' of Western countries cannot be the human rights standard of the world as those countries have already turned into a barren land of human rights for embodying the imperialistic viewpoint of thinking."
KCNA: "It is heard from south Korea that'it will not abstain from voting'. If south Korea values the north-south relations and the climate for dialogue and peace prevailing in the Korean peninsula, it should stop playing to the tune of foreign forces but behave itself."
KCNA: "Frankly speaking, there exists such human rights issue in Western countries plagued with widespread misanthropy and abnormal lifestyle. This being a hard reality, their pulling up the DPRK is absurd."
KCNA: "The anti-DPRK smear campaign of Japan and EU is designed to intensify the sanctions and pressure on the DPRK and prevent the trend of dialogue and peace on the Korean peninsula under the pretext of 'human rights issue.'"
KCNA: "It is urgent to eliminate the conservative group. Every Korean should turn out in sweeping away the conservative group and doing things favorable to the improvement of the north-south relations."
KCNA: "There is a saying that one rotten pear spoils a whole heap. The conservative group of south Korea denies the historic north-south declarations hailed by all Koreans and the international community only to enrage the public."
KCNA: "The acts of the Abe government will only make the international community know better about the political and moral arrogance of small-minded Japs and their true colors as peace disturbers. Its arrogant words and deeds will precipitate Japan's complete isolation."
KCNA: "Japan incessantly does the DPRK a wrong. Chief Cabinet Secretary Sugasaid that it is 'premature' to lift the sanctions on the DPRKa stream of nonsense. One can not help laughing at those marginalized fromamong the neighboring countries of the Korean peninsula."
KCNA: "The Korean people's self-respectis based on the great pride and happiness that they have been led by the great leaders generation after generation and honor that they live under the socialist system centered on the popular massesNo force on the earth can break them."
KCNA: "The hostile forcesare desperately resorting to the anti-DPRK 'human rights' campaign to stifle the sacred socialist system of the DPRKand, at the same time, intensify sanctions and pressure upon the DPRK under the pretext of 'human rights issue'."
KCNA: "A spokesperson for the Mission of the European Union to the United Nation said that the 'resolution on human rights in north Korea' was jointly shaped by Japan and the EU andcontended that the resolution of the year would be focused on someone's 'human rights issue'."
KCNA: "In the Korean-style socialist society centered on the popular masses, the nomenclature of the State as well as the army and many monumental edifices are named after the word 'people' and every line and policy of the State are shaped in reflection of the people's will."