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Leader Kim sends top aide to re-education camp
Nikkei Asian Review

Banished top N.K. official Choe could make comeback next year:...

WASHINGTON, Nov. 25 (Yonhap) -- Choe Ryong-hae, a top North Korean official believed to have been banished to a cooperative farm for "re-education," could make a comeback when the communist regime holds a rare meeting of its Workers' Party next ... Yonhap News Agency, 4 days ago
Leader Kim sends top aide to re-education camp Nikkei Asian Review, 5 days ago

Kim Jong Un Puts Senior Aide Out to Pasture After Policy Spat

Choe Ryong Hae banished to be `revolutionized' at remote farm South Korean lawmaker cites briefing by intelligence service North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has banished one of his most senior aides to a remote farm to be revolutionized after a ...
 Bloomberg5 days ago
Dhaka Tribune

State of paranoia

One of the most complex stories in the world today is that of East Asia, with the growing influence of China's 1.3 billion people on one side, the Hermit Kingdom of North Korea on the other, and numerous contentious relationships throughout the ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago

Low-level N.K. provocations may be in offing for next year: U.S. experts

WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 (Yonhap) -- North Korea could attempt a series of "low-level provocations" next year to mask its internal and external vulnerabilities, U.S. experts said in a report released Tuesday. Victor Cha, chief Korea analyst at the ...
 Yonhap News Agency1 week ago Low-level N. Korean provocations may be in offing next year: U.S. experts  Arirang1 week ago

U.S. expert expects collapse of N. Korean regime

By Lee Haye-ah LOS ANGELES, Nov. 15 (Yonhap) -- North Korea's regime could collapse at any time due to the reign of terror of its young leader Kim Jong-un, a U.S. expert on Northeast Asian affairs said. Bruce Bennett, senior defense analyst at ...
 Yonhap News Agency2 weeks ago

N. Korean minister tells China to 'strengthen' bilateral cooperation

BEIJING, Nov. 11 (Yonhap) -- A North Korean minister told a visiting Chinese minister that Pyongyang wants to "further strengthen" bilateral cooperation with Beijing, reinforcing views that their political ties are growing warmer. Kang Ha-guk, ...
 Yonhap News Agency2 weeks ago Chinese minister pays tribute to Korean War dead in N. Korea  Yonhap News Agency1 month ago

N Korean State Funeral Sparks New Purge Rumors

In North Korea, the notable absence of one of Kim Jong Un's most powerful aides at a state funeral is sparking speculation of another high-level purge inside the secretive authoritarian regime. Choe Ryong Hae, secretary of the ruling Workers' ...
 GlobalSecurity.org2 weeks ago Fears of fresh round of purges in North Korea as Kim Jong Un dictator omits powerful aides  NewsGrio2 weeks ago State funeral list in N. Korea triggers purge speculation  Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha2 weeks ago State funeral list in North Korea triggers purge speculation  Asiaone2 weeks ago
Washington Post

N. Korea stress 'blood bond' with China as it marks Beijing's Korean War entry

SEOUL, Oct. 25 (Yonhap) -- North Korea on Sunday stressed the special "blood bond" that exists with China as it marks the 65th anniversary of Beijing's entry into the Korean War (1950-53). In an article carried by the Korean Central News Agency ...
 Yonhap News Agency1 month ago A remote corner of China wants access to the sea. The obstacle is North Korea.  Washington Post1 month ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Beijing looks to Pyongyang again amid diplomatic impasse

TOKYO -- Relations between Beijing and Pyongyanghave changed dramatically in the last five years. On Oct. 10, 2010, North Korea's then top leader Kim Jong Il and his son, Kim Jong Un, watched a military parade in Pyongyang together with Zhou ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago

China-North Korea ties warm with envoys Pyongyang visit, but will nuclear tensions ease?

The two men raised their clasped hands above their heads like a pair of victorious athletes, as international media and tens of thousands of North Koreans looked on. The gesture by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and a top Chinese official during a ...
 DailyNews724.com1 month ago
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