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Kim Jong Un wishes Trump speedy recovery from COVID-19

Pyongyang/Xinhua: Kim Jong Un, top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, expressed his sympathy to U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday.

Nuclear threat against North Korea ‘continues unabated’, UN ambassador tells Assembly

New York: During the past several decades, North Korea has done “everything possible” to safeguard peace and security on the Korean peninsula, the country’s representati ...

IAEA head says north Korea's nuclear activities remain major concern among int'l community

Moscow/Sputnik: North Korea's nuclear activities are still causing the international community to have serious concerns, as the country continues to violate resolutions of the UN Secu ...

Kim Jong Un appoints Kim Tok Hun new premier of North Korean cabinet – Reports

Seoul/Sputnik: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has appointed Kim Tok Hun a new premier of the North Korean cabinet instead of Kim Jae Ryong, who had been relieved from his post, the state ...

North Korea lifts coronavirus-linked lockdown from Kaesong border city

Pyongyan/Sputnik: The North Korean authorities have decided to lift the coronavirus-linked lockdown from the border city of Kaesong, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported on Fri ...

North Korea has 12 Million leaflets ready to be Spread in South Korea - Reports

Moscow/Sputnik: North Korea has printed 12 million leaflets intended to be distributed in South Korea as part of an information campaign against Seoul, the North’s official Korean C ...

Pyongyang rejects Seoul's request to send special envoys to ease tensions

Pyongyang/Xinhua: The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Wednesday flatly rejected a plea from South Korea to send special envoys to Pyongyang for talks to ease the curre ...

North Korea to cut communication lines with South - KCNA

Moscow/Sputnik: North Korea will cut all communication lines with South Korea on June 9, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported.

DPRK test-fires short-range projectiles: S.Korea's military

Seoul/Xinhua: The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) test-fired short-range projectiles into the East Sea on Monday in what was believed to be part of the ongoing firing dri ...