South Korean military beefs up surveillance on North Korea following provocation threats
Pentagon reaffirms 'robust' defensive posture after North Korea threats
South Korea closely watching North Korea military moves, maintains staunch posture against all situations: defense ministry
1 year ago
The Sunday edition of the Rodong Sinmun is carrying Kim Yo Jong's warning to South Korea.
Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korea's leader, has warned of retaliatory measures against South Korea that could involve the military amid tensions over defectors who sends anti-government balloons with food despite President Moon efforts to silence them
1 year ago
Kim Yo Jong confirms North Korea will be taking another action soon. The instructions have already been given to the proper authorities to carry out such action
North Korea warns South Korea of 'regretful and painful' times ahead: Yonhap
1 year ago
On the second anniversary of the Trump-Kim Singapore summit, North Korea's foreign minister has released a statement that repeatedly references Trump, though not by name.
North Korea says its objective is build up force against long-term U.S. military threats
No improvement in relations to be made by maintaining relations between @POTUS and Kim Jong Un, says the DPRK state news agency, KCNA
Returning to chillier rhetoric of years past, DPRK saying the US is hell-bent on exacerbating tensions and Pyongyang will build up its forces to confront American military threats
North Korea Says Relations With The US Have Shifted Into Despair - KCNA
1 year ago
The state media in North Korea have released a statement in the name of, Kim Yo-jong (Sister of Kim Jong Un)
South Korea unification ministry to file a legal complaint against the defector groups sending anti-Pyongyang leaflets into North Korea (Yonhap)
US says North Korea decision is disappointing, calls it to return to "diplomacy"
South Korea's military hotline phone calls to North Korea unanswered ahead of threatened severance
North Korea decides to cut political and military lines of communication with its southern neighbor
North Korea will cut military and political communication lines to "enemy" South Korea on Tuesday, state media said, after threats over activists sending anti-Pyongyang leaflets over the border
1 year ago
North Korea says it will today cut off communication lines with South Korea. Full text, KCNA
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North Korean leader presides over Politburo meeting
KCNA: "Saying that as the issue of Hong Kong is an internal affair of the People's Republic of Chinathe foreign forces' interference in it is a wanton violation of the sovereignty of Chinalaw, he stressed that the DPRK willpositively support the stand of the Chinese party."
KCNA: "Foreign Minister Ri Son Gwon met Li Jinjun, Chinese ambassador to the DPRKRi Son Gwon expressed the support of theDPRK to the measures taken by the Chinese party and government over the issue of Hong Kong."
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KCNA: "Pompeo ought not to have such a pipe dream of undermining the Communist Party and socialism on their long victorious drive as what the successive rulers of the U.S. dreamt."
KCNA: "Demonstrators enraged by the extreme racists throng even to the White House. This is the reality in the U.S. today. American liberalism and democracy put the cap of leftist on the demonstrators and threaten to unleash even dogs for suppression."
KCNA: "He said that the Communist Party today is different from the one a decade ago, which shows his acknowledgement of socialism getting stronger under the guidance of the Communist Party and that he is nervous over the plight of the U.S. on the downhill side."
KCNA: "Pompeo, who has been deeply engrossed in espionage and plot-breeding against other countries, has become too ignorant to discern where the sun rises and where it sets."
KCNA: "It is not the first time that he said nonsense about China over the issues of Hong Kong, Taiwan, human rights and trade disputes. What should not be overlooked here is that he slandered the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC) over socialism."
KCNA: "Brandingthe Communist Party as a dictatorship destroying the Western style idea, democracy and view on value, he cried out for building the worldfree from the rule by the CPC. His nonsensical remarks indicate the intention to do the same thing to socialism in the DPRK"