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Hosting proms and selling cows: N Korean embassies scrounge fo...

North Korean embassies have spent decades running cash-raising schemes, nearly all of them illicit under current international law Last Updated at October 9, 2017 02:46 IST Business Standard, 1 week ago

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S.Korea, China together to resolve North's nuke crisis

[South Korea], Sep 26 (ANI): South Korea and China have increased their close communication to peacefully resolve the North Korea's nuclear and missile issue. "South Korea and China have beefed up cooperation in resolving the North's nuclear problem," the ...
 Sify3 weeks ago North Korea frees imprisoned Canadian pastor after years in detention  Sify2 months ago Diplomatic Enclave: Missile might  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Philippines seeks ASEAN consensus on North Korea response  Sify2 months ago

Spain expels N Korea ambassador over nuclear tests

Spain today ordered North Korea's ambassador to leave the country by September 30 in protest over Pyongyang's nuclear tests, which it has criticised as "a serious threat to peace". "Today, the ambassador of North Korea DPRK in Spain has been declared persona ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Japan government confirms N. Korea conducted nuclear test  Business Standard1 month ago
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A bomb worse than an atom bomb in Kim Jong-un's hands!

The nuclear test of September 3 proved that North Korea's hydrogen bomb is capable of being loaded onto an intercontinental ballistic missile, heightening the real danger to global security.North Korea is unlikely to strike first, but its response in retaliation, if attacked, could be massive even at the expense of its own destruction, says Rajaram Panda. FAQ: All you need to know about North Korea's H-bomb North Korean leader Kim Jong-un inspects a nuclear device in Pyongyang on September 3, ...
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Lawyer says client unaware she had poison that killed Korean

A lawyer for one of the two women accused of poisoning the half brother of North Korea's leader said today he has doubts about the chemists' report that showed the banned VX nerve agent was used, as he examined evidence in preparation for a trial set for ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Oct 2 trial date set in Kim Jong Nam's killing in Malaysia  Business Standard2 months ago

Festival celebrates spirit of Freedom

Celebrating the spirit of freedom, the 5th edition of 'Jash-e-azadi' brought together performances from India and South Korea, the two nations that share their Independence Day. The cultures of both the countries were showcased in a series of performances by ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

UPDATE 1-U.S., North Korea have few channels through which to resolve crises

(Adds India, Pakistan nuclear agreements, paragraph 11-14) By Jonathan Landay WASHINGTON, Aug 9 (Reuters) - Washington and Moscow haveover decades established mechanisms to prevent crises fromspinning out of control, from hotlines to satellites ...
 Sify2 months ago
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Pak-South Korea relations hit as Seoul refuses to invest in PoK projects

Pakistan has been trying to aggressively seek investments from international financial institutions and countries, including South Korea, in energy and other infrastructure projects, especially in Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, both parts of undivided Jammu ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

EU's diplomatic back channel in Pyongyang goes cold

While European powers France and Britain are lobbying Washington to cool tensions since North Korea’s most powerful nuclear test a month ago, EU nations with embassies in Pyongyang are directly pressing the North Koreans. A group of seven European Union ...
 Reuters2 weeks ago
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Pak-based terror groups named in BRICS declaration for first time

IMAGE: IMAGE: From left, Brazil President Michel Temer, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping, South African President Jacob Zuma and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi pose for a photograph at BRICS Summit in Xiamen, China on Monday. Photograph: @MEAIndia/Twitter For the first time, Pakistan-based terror groups like the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and the Jaish-e-Mohammed were named on Monday in the Summit declaration of the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, ...
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