North Korea & Central News Agency

North Korea , officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK; Chosŏn'gŭl: ), is a country in East Asia, occupying the northern half of the Korean Peninsula. The Central News Agency is the state news agency of the Republic of China. It was founded in Guangzhou, China on April 1, 1924 and was relocated to Taipei, Taiwan during the Chinese Civil War when the Republic of China government relocated to Taiwan. 5.0/5

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North Korea has detained a US citizen on suspicion of "hostile acts" against the regime, the state-run Korean Central News Agency reported.
Plot to kill Kim Jong-un: SEOUL: North Korea on Friday accused the US Central Intelligence Agency and South Korea's…
North Korea on Friday accused the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency and South Korea’s intelligence service of a f...
The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) is the state news agency of North Korea that was established on...
Korean Central News Agency says North Korea has detained an American citizen called Kim Sang-duk for "hostile acts"
As an adjunct to the article below, here's what's important to the Central News Agency of the Democratic Republic of North Korea as of today. Please keep in mind this is their CNN, their Fox News, their New York Times all rolled into one: May 19. 2013 Juche 102 Kim Jong Un Visits Mt. Myohyang Children's Camp DPRK Table-Tennis Players Crowned in World Championships National Games of Juvenile Sports Schools Open U.S. and Puppet S. Korea Accused of Unethical Crime against Kwangju Protesters Rodong Sinmun Slams Joint Military Maneuvers by U.S. and Its Followers New Year Address S. Korean Youth Stage Demonstrations for Peace against War Withdrawal of U.S. Forces, Conclusion of Peace Treaty Called for in S. Korea Action for Peace on Korean Peninsula Called for in S. Korea Punishment of Chun Doo Hwan Demanded in S. Korea Int'l Anti-Imperialist Seminar Supports Korean People's Just Cause French Organization Calls for Signature Campaign for Peace on Korean Peninsula DPRK's Nuclear Deterrent Upbuilding Supported A ...
North Korea Says US Is Within Its Missile Range North Korea on Tuesday warned that the U.S. mainland is within range of its missiles, and said Washington's recent agreement to let Seoul possess missiles capable of hitting all of the North shows the allies are plotting to invade the country. Seoul announced Sunday it reached a deal with Washington that would allow it to nearly triple the range of its missiles to better cope with North Korean missile and nuclear threats. On Tuesday, North Korea called the deal a "product of another conspiracy of the master and the stooge" to "ignite a war" against the North. In a statement carried by the official Korean Central News Agency, an unidentified spokesman at the powerful National Defense Commission said the North will bolster its military preparedness. "We do not hide ... the strategic rocket forces are keeping within the scope of strike not only the bases of the puppet forces and the U.S. imperialist aggression forces' bases in the inviolable land of Korea but a ...
An influential official from North Korea left for China on Monday to discuss building joint industrial complexes on their borders, the North’s state-run Korean Central News Agency reported.
Olympic dispatches from North Korea's state-run news agency have run dry over the past week-plus, possibly related to the fact that after a gangbuster opening weekend in weightlifting, the DPRK has gone mostly medal-less for the rest of the games. That hasn't stopped the Korean Central News Agency.
North Korea's state media are blasting an Australian newspaper that referred to the communist country as “Naughty Korea” and its neighbor to the south as “Nice Korea” in a tally of Olympic medals. The North Korean Central News Agency on Tuesday condemned the description by the mX newspaper as “sordi...
North Korea fires missive at Australian paper mX over 'naughty' medal tally joke Lachlan Hastings from mX mX August 08, 2012 1:42PM mX medal tally NAUGHTY OR NICE?: Brisbane mX's medal tally with 'Naughty' and 'Nice' Korea. Source: The Courier-Mail Naught mX Source: mX North Korean athletes win for Kim Weightlifter drops 196kg on his head Oh, Feck. It's the worst dive ever NORTH Korea has mX in its sights after the paper's medal tally cheekily referred to the regime as "Naughty Korea" and its democratic cousin south of the DMZ as "Nice Korea". In a move labelled "unusual" by The Wall Street Journal's man in Seoul, Alastair Gale, the nuclear-armed regime fired a missive overnight from Pyongyang at mX via its official mouthpiece, the Korean Central News Agency. Fortunately for mX, which has editions in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, the regime believes the paper is called Brisbane Metro. The missive includes bizarre lines like: "[the paper] behaved so sordid" in "this bullying act", which was "foolish, deg ...
Korean Central News Agency via Korea News Service/AP Photo SEOUL, South Korea – The father fell in love with a dancer. Now the son has fallen in love with a singer. The talk of Seoul today is all about the 24-year-old ex-singer-turned-first lady of North Korea, Ri Sol-Ju, who was  officially mention...
Floods in North Korea Kill 88 and Devastate Huge Swathes of Farmland. NORTH KOREA - Flooding across impoverished North Korea this month has killed 88 people, left tens of thousands homeless and devastated swathes of farmland. A week of floods “caused by typhoon and downpour ... claimed big human and material losses,” Pyongyang's official news agency said. The new death toll was a dramatic increase from the figure of eight reported Wednesday. A total of 134 people were injured and almost 63,000 people were left homeless by the floods, which started on July 18, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported, with thousands of houses damaged or destroyed. The biggest loss of human life was in two counties of South Pyongan province, which were hit by torrential rains on Monday and Tuesday, it said. More than 30,000 hectares of land for growing crops was “washed away and buried” or “submerged,” KCNA said, a potential blow for a state that is beset by persistent severe food shortages. With rugged te ...
"On 2012-07-26 at 04:46:49 [UTC] Event: Tropical Storm Location: North Korea MultiProvinces Provinces of Kangwon, North Gyeongsang and South Hwanghae More than 16,000 people have been left homeless after tropical storm Khanun hit southern parts of North Korea last week, state-run media reported on Wednesday. The death toll in the reclusive state has meanwhile risen to at least eight, with another person killed in South Korea. Khanun became a tropical storm with maximum sustained winds near 40 miles (64 kilometers) per hour on July 16 as it was centered far east of the Ryukyu Islands. It then moved to the northwest, passing north of the Kadena Air Base on the islands before moving towards South Korea where it made landfall on July 19. It weakened quickly over North Korea before Khanun's remnants dissipated over China. The state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) previously reported seven people were killed in Kangwon Province, but the nationwide death toll rose to eight on Wednesday. It said the storm c ...
7-23-2012 There is opportunity for peace on the peninsula in North Korea’s reshuffle It was an eventful four days. The drama of the North Korean leadership's reshuffling began on the morning of July 16 with a Korean Central News Agency report that People's Army Chief of General Staff Ri Yong *** a key figure in the country's military, had been relieved of all his duties the day before for reasons of ill health. The movement stopped a few days ago when Kim Jong-un received the title of "marshal of the republic." The newly vacated position of Chief of General Staff was filled through the promotion of Gen. Hyon Yong-chol to vice marshal. In the final analysis, this rearrangement was aimed at building a system made up of Kim Jong-un loyalists. This flurry of activity raises two major questions. One is what the newly organized regime's focus will be, and the other is whether it will be able to remain stable. In answer to the first question, the chances are good that we will see Pyongyang moving away from is ...
More signs have emerged during the weekend that a mysterious woman recently seen with North Korean leader Kim Jong Eun in several events might be his wife. On Sunday, Korean Central News Agency showed the women accompanying Kim Jong Eun on his visit to a kindergarten in Pyongyang.
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