6 month ago
The Trump administration is leaving open the possibility of a meeting this week at the Winter Olympics between the @VP and DPRK officials
Head of North Korean delegation hails good weather for PyeongChang
2.6-magnitude quake detected in North Korea in aftermath of September nuke test
Pence heads to Olympics leaving open chance of talks with North Korea officials
North Korea 'possibly' behind Coincheck hack - sources
North Korea warns South, US against resumption of joint military drill North Korea US South Korea military
By boat, North Korean musicians arrive in South for Olympic gig
Two North Korea taekwondo athletes part of North's women's hockey staff
6 month ago
DPRK gives high-profile seeing off for art troupe to perform in South Korea during PyeongChang Olympics
US Vice President Mike Pence heads to the Winter Olympics but says North Korea should "end its developments and possession of nuclear weapons"
KCNA: "U.S. financier Soros at a press conference held on the sidelines of an international conference said that the U.S. is causing conflict with the DPRK while seeking a nuclear war against it, adding that the only way out is to recognize the DPRK as a nuclear weapons state."
KCNA: "The busy moves of the U.S. and the south Korean military warmongers are truly disgusting as they seek the resumption of the war exercises against the north behind the scene although they talk that they 'welcome 100 percent' the detente on the Korean Peninsula."
KCNA: "At the instructions of the master, the south Korean military is trumpeting about 'carrying out as usual' the joint military exercises with the U.S."
KCNA: "The confrontational remarks uttered by Song are senseless ones of a colonial stooge serving the U.S. and ridiculous rhetoric of a bete noire unaware of where he has to stand. Song should control his tongue, if he does not want to face a wretched fate."
KCNA: "South Korean Defence Minister Song Yong Muis an imbecile enraging the whole nation by reeling off confrontational rhetoric."
Leaders of South Korea, Estonia agree to boost ties, cooperation
China's defense ministry dismissed claims that it has increased troops on its border with the DPRK, calling the reports 'untrue,' adding that China looks forward to the improvement of situation on the Korean Peninsula
UN General Assembly chair to visit South Korea for PyeongChang Olympics
KCNA: "It is the only way for the U.S. and the world concord and peace to urgently detain Trump, who is putting the U.S. and the world in turmoil, in the isolated hospital of psychopaths."
KCNA: "Dolt-like Trump should know that his backbone would be broken, to say nothing of 'bloody nose', and the empire of America would go to the hell and the short history of the U.S. would end forever, the moment he destroys even a single blade of grass on this land."
KCNA: "There is a foolish attempt to make pretence for provocation and pave the road for invasion ahead of conducting the military adventure 'bloody nose strategy' in the invectives of Trump recalling Bush's reckless remarks of 'axis of evil'."
KCNA: "No matter how desperately Trump may try to defame the dignified and just system in the DPRK with worst invectives, he can not deodorize nasty smell from his dirty body woven with frauds, sexual abuses and all other crimes nor keep the U.S. from rushing todestruction."
KCNA: "In the recent 'State of the Union Address', old lunatic Trump said that the DPRK is threatening the U.S. mainland by 'reckless nuclear and missile pursuit'. Not content with slandering the DPRK, he took issue with the non-existent 'human rights'."
KCNA: "What is more intolerable is the fact that Abe tries to make his participation in the Winter Olympics a good opportunity for forcing the south Korean authorities to implement the 'agreement' on the issue of sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army."
KCNA: "Abe is mulling attending the Winter Olympics in a bid to chill the warming climate of inter-Korean dialogue and turn the theatre of Olympics into the ground of confrontation between compatriots."
KCNA: "The art troupe will go to Wonsan by train and then visit south Korea aboard the ship 'Mangyongbong-92'."
KCNA: "An art troupe of the DPRK led by Kwon Hyok Bong, department director of the Ministry of Culture, and Hyon Song Wol, head of the Samjiyon Orchestra, left here on Monday to give congratulatory performance for the 23rd Winter Olympics due in south Korea."
KCNA: "Extending his heartfelt congratulations to Kim Jong Un and the friendly men and officers of the Korean People's Army on the occasion of Feb. 8, its 70th birthday, Bashar Al-Assad in the message wished him bigger success and the Korean people progress and powerfulness."
6 month ago
US Air Force C-32A 99-0004 SAM406 Airborne from Joint Base Andrews - @VP Pence heading to South Korea
"Securing our nation at home requires protecting American strength abroad" per @RepMcCaul "In North Korea Kim Jung UN has marched down the path of nuclearization in the absence of American leadership"
China says to ban export of more dual-use goods to North Korea
Koreas president Moon says PyeongChang Olympics will mark start of building peace in Asia
6 month ago
South Korea says North stole cryptocurrency worth billions of won last year
South Korean appeals court orders the release of Samsung heir Lee Jae-Yong suspending his prison sentence after he spent a year in jail
Fifteen Russian athletes and staff who had their life bans for doping lifted last week will not be invited to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
South, North Korean figure skating pair teams hold practice session together
North Korea Continues Hacking Attempts on Domestic Cryptocurrency Platforms
North Korea sends Winter Olympics propaganda fliers to Seoul: website
Most senior official from the North ever to travel to South Korea attends the Pyeongchang Olympic Games in a diplomatic high point of the rapprochement between the two Koreas
South Korea's business community hails Samsung Lee's suspended sentence
South Korean, U.S. nuke envoys meet to discuss North Korea
Free from international sanctions, North Korean ferry needs nod from Seoul to sail to South: officials