Kim's sister hurls insults at 'idiot' South Korean leaders over possible sanctions
Thursday, 24 November 2022 The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has lashed out at South Korea's government, days after it said it was considering new sanctions over the regime's recent missile tests.
Mrs. Iriana Joko Widodo received the arrival of the First Lady of the Republic of Korea, Madam Kim Keon-hee, at The Apurva Kempinski Hotel, Bali, on Monday, 14 November 2022. Madam Kim attracted public attention because Kim Keon-hee's appearance was in the spotlight, many netizens praised...
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According to North Korea state media, the second most powerful military official after leader Kim Jong Un named Pak Jong Chon, has been sacked. Pak was the vice chairman of the Central Military Commission of the ruling Workers' Party and a secretary of the party's Central Committee. As per the official KCNA news agency, he was replaced by Ri Yong Gil at the committee's annual meeting last week.
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On Wednesday, North Korea’s state media reported that Kim Jong Un revealed new goals for the country's military for 2023 at an ongoing meeting of the ruling Workers' Party. Reports said that the leader hinted at another year of intensive weapons tests and tension.
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North Korea has conducted an “important, final phase” test in the development of a Spy satellite, which the country plans to complete by April 2023, North Korean state media has reported. North Korea’s National Aerospace Development Administration conducted the test on Sunday at the country’s Sohae satellite launching station in Cholsan, in North Pyongan Province. So what is a spy satellite which the Kim Jong Un-led nation is planning to launch by April next year?
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Several dead as cold snap sweeps across Asia, warning bells in Japan; Pakistani rupee hits a record low after government relaxed grip on exchange rate; ISIS senior member Bilal al-Sudani killed in US operation in Somalia; Azerbaijan’s embassy in Iran attacked: Gunman shoots down one guard.
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North Korea Locks Down Pyongyang , Over ‘Respiratory Illness’.
Reuters reports that North Korean authorities have issued a five-day lockdown in the nation's capital. .
According to the Russian embassy, "a special anti-epidemic period has been established.".
The lockdown order also reportedly requires citizens to take their temperatures four times daily and alert a hospital via phone. .
While there was no mention of COVID,
the notice referred to an "increase in winter cases
of recurrent flu and other respiratory diseases.".
Reuters reports that last August,
North Korea declared victory over COVID.
The country never confirmed how many COVID cases it had because of an apparent lack of testing abilities. .
South Korea's NK News reports that Pyongyang residents were stocking up on supplies in case stricter measures were implemented.
According to state news agency KCNA, the North Korean city of Kaesong has also intensified public messages...
... "so that all the working people
observe anti-epidemic regulations
voluntarily in their work and life"
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation in a revelation about the crypto heist in US said that two hacker groups associated with North Korea, the Lazarus Group and APT38, were responsible for the theft of $100 million from U.S. crypto firm Harmony's Horizon bridge in June last year.
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When Sophie Kim moved home to South Korea after 15 years in the United States, she couldn't find anywhere to buy kale for her green juice. So she found a farmer, then built an app to help others seek..