North Korea lashes out at Obama and the US for the screening of “The Interview”

North Korea on Saturday called US President Barack Obama, “monkey”, accusing him of inciting to show the film “The Interview” about fictional death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and threatened with an “irreparable crushing blow”....

North Korea threaten to attack the US after accusations of cyber attack

North Korea warned it will hit the White House, the Pentagon and “all the continental United States, the sewer of terrorism,” after the US government made the Asian country responsible for the cybernetic attack against Sony Pictures. The US blamed North Korea of the...

Kim Jong Un reappears in activities after more than a month’s absence

The North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visited a residential district and a scientific establishment, state media reported yesterday, ending more than a month’s absence in public, which encouraged speculation about his control over the country. The report by the official KCNA...

North Korean government justifies racist insults against Obama

This Monday, a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry through a public statement on the state agency KCNA, justified the racist insults, including “evil black monkey,” made by the regime towards the U.S. President Barack Obama. The racist comments against Obama...

Pictures of Kim Jong-Un when he was little

The North Korean national television KCTV provided the news agency EFE, with three photographs of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un when he was a child. The snapshots were presented after a concert by the Air Force of North Korea that was being broadcasted by state television...

South Korea and the United States raise the alert on the Korean peninsula

With the growing threat that Pyongyang may be performing ballistic missile tests, the armies of South Korea and the United States increased yesterday its alert system on the Korean peninsula. The South Korean joint forces in Seoul and Washington  increased their surveillanc...

South Korea would respond in the event of North Korean provocation

Park Geun-hye, the president of South Korea, “strongly” warned on Monday with a retaliation against any provocation by North Korea. She stated this with the support from the United States, which deployed a stealth fighter F-22, while increasing the strained relations...

Kim Jong-un will expand the nuclear arsenal of North Korea

Kim Jong-un, the young leader of North Korea vowed yesterday to increase the “quantity and quality” of his country’s nuclear weapons, until the denuclearization of the world becomes a reality. Their position is to make war against the threats of the United...
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