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 recovers internet service after suffering blackout on its networks

North Korea suffered the Internet suspension on various pages of official media for about nine hours after the US announced last Friday that it would respond “in a proportionate manner” to the cyberattack on Sony Entertainment. At the time, the internet service has...

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...

Two Americans citizens detained in North Korea are liberated

The State Department of the United States announced on Saturday the release of two of its citizens who were detained in North Korea on a secret mission led by his intelligence chief, James Clapper. “The State Department welcomed the release of American citizens Kenneth Bae...

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...

Second American is punished for “hostile acts” in North Korea

North Korea condemned the American Matthew Todd Miller to six years of hard labor, for committing “hostile acts” as a tourist in the country, according to state media reports. Matthew Miller, after Kenneth Bae, becomes the second American who is serving a hard labor...

North Korea threatens the U.S. with nuclear strike on the White House

North Korea threatened to launch a nuclear attack on the White House and the Pentagon in response to recent U.S. military exercises in the Peninsula that included the transfer of a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. “Our troops will fire our nuclear-armed rockets at the...

China responds to a new threat of nuclear test

China has chosen different diplomatic channels to warn North Korea to not intend a fourth nuclear test, after this country renewed the threat of ‘countermeasures’ for what it considers as hostility from the United States. China said that North Korea ‘Does not...