KCNA: "Leader Kim Jong Il was awarded a diploma from the United Left Party of Venezuela on his birth anniversary. The diploma was conveyed on Feb. 14 to the DPRK ambassador to Venezuela bygeneral coordinator of the Federal Political Secretariat of the Party."
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DPRK Reaper hackers have expanded beyond ROK targets to Japan and Middle East, according to @FireEye.
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Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky has tested positive for the banned substance meldonium at the Pyeongchang Olympics, the Russian Olympic Committee says
South Korea wins gold in women's 3,000m relay short track
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KCNA: "The world has witnessed the U.S. bluffing before the weak but being left helpless before the DPRK, a strong country. Trump's hysteric act will only reveal the servile face of the weak. Words will not work on the U.S. going reckless."
KCNA: "It is foolish to think of bringing to knees through 'maximum pressure' the DPRK that has risen as a world-level nuclear power and military power, the commentary jeers, and goes on:"
KCNA: "How hysterically Trump may run amuck, it is taken as nothing but as the shriek made by the mentally deranged man to get rid of the extreme uneasiness before his logic of strength no longer working and before the DPRK that has towered as a strategic state."
Koreas ex-president Lee's asset manager arrested
North Korea making progress on new nuclear reactor: report
South Korea to announce joint military drill plan with U.S. before April
South Korea, Slovenia sign social security agreement
Former US military commander warns against 'bloody nose' strike on North Korea
South Korean military to press ahead with joint drills with U.S. this year
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KCNA: "The Trump group's racket for resuming the war exercises is a wild act of ruthlessly trampling even a small sprout of peace that has been seen on the Korean peninsula, and it is a provocative act of chilling the active efforts of the DPRK."
KCNA: "A typical example is the recent bluffing made by the U.S. charge d'affaires a.i. to south Korea, who at the instigation of the Trump group openly hinted that the joint military exercises with south Korea would be conducted as usual after the Winter Olympics."
KCNA: "Displeased with the atmosphere for detente being created on the Korean peninsula thanks to the peace-loving and proactive measure taken by the DPRK, the U.S. is openly going against it."
North Korea offers condolences to Iranian leader over deadly plane crash
South Korea's Cha Min-kyu wins surprise silver in men's 500m speed skating
Parliamentary chief calls for Slovenia's support for South Korea's peace efforts
The European Central Bank stopped all payments by Latvian lender ABLV Bank on Monday as its liquidity position has deteriorated after accusations by U.S. authorities of breaching sanctions against North Korea, it said on Monday.
Koreas PM holds talks with Finnish counterpart
KCNA: "The Trump group spouted jargons that tourists should write a will before making a trip to the DPRK. If the U.S. dares to ignite a war against the DPRK, there will be left no one to keep a written will and bury a coffin. This is the answer of the DPRK."
Koreas ex-president Lee may be summoned early next month in corruption probe: prosecution
Koreas president Moon sees Korea-U.S. FTA as unfair deal: Blue House
Court of Arbitration for Sport initiates doping procedure for Russian Olympic athlete Alexander Krushelnitsky
The Japanese government has created a nationwide television broadcast advising civilians on how to protect themselves in the event of a North Korean missile attack.