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Migratory birds fly over wetlands of Yalu River in China's Dandong
Global Times

China-Wetlands/Migratory Birds

The Yalu River Delta Seashore Wetland Estuary Nature Reserves located in Dandong, northeast China's Liaoning Province. It is one of the world's largest migrating areas for Oceania migratory birds. At this time of the year, tens of thousands migrant ... News Content, 2 days ago
SINA

China issues denial of border buildup

PLA soilders patrol along the Yalu River. China's Ministry of National Defense on Friday denied reports that it is sending a large number of troops to the North Korean border. "These reports do not match the facts," the ministry said in a ...
 SINA1 week ago China-N. Korea border more tense as U.N. sanctions bite  Asahi.com1 month ago
MSN News US

North Korea Stands Guard

i A North Korean soldier stands guard along the banks of Yalu River near the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, in this May 1, 2014 file photo. From inspecting visiting North Korean ships to paring back coal ...
 Jakarta Globe1 month ago 'China will implement UN resolution'  China Daily Asia1 month ago N Korea lacks technology for anti-US nuclear strike: Pentagon  Asian Age2 months ago South Korea and Japan Threaten North Korea With New Sanc  Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago
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CNN

The Coal Loophole: Doubts On China's Will To Enforce North Korea Sanctions

:33 View Comments A North Korean man sits beside a pile of coal on the bank of the Yalu River in the North Korean town of Sinuiju in this December 16, 2006 file picture. REUTERS/ADAM DEAN/FILES Over two weeks after the United Nations ...
 Malaysian Digest1 month ago China doing its bit on North Korea?  CNN1 month ago North Korea sanctions: China doing its part?  Channel40001 month ago N. Korea sanctions: China doing its bit?  CNN1 month ago
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Irish Mirror

North Korean defector claims he returned to US "over a year ago" after 'entering rouge state illegally from China'

A North Korean defector who illegally entered the country by swimming across a river from China returned to American "over a year" ago, according to reports. Arturo Martinez from Texas went missing in November 2014 after he reportedly crossed the ...
 Irish Mirror2 weeks ago North Korean defector criticises China in rare Beijing talk  Digital Journal1 month ago Report: China to block North Korea ships from returning home  UPI1 month ago China to block North Korea ships from returning home: Sankei Shimbun  Asia Times Online1 month ago
Breitbart.com

North Korea to demolish 300 homes in border region

SEOUL, April 29 (UPI) -- North Korea is forcing 300 households to relocate from a border area as part of preparations for the May 6 Seventh Party Congress. A source in the North's Yanggang Province told South Korean news service Daily NK ...
 UPI1 day ago

World in focus — best photos for April 28, 2016

A look at the best photos from around the world today. Volkswagen cars are loaded in a delivery tower at the plant of German carmaker in Wolfsburg, Germany. Fabrizio Bensch / Reuters People walk amid the rubble of destroyed buildings ...
 Abu Dhabi National2 days ago
VOA News

Check-in for China

Thinking about taking a trip to China this year? We might have something of interest return flights from Dublin to Shenyang or Harbin for €371, flying with KLM and Air France. Once youre over there, there's plenty to do and see: 1 Catch a ...
 You and Your Money2 days ago China Sends Unclear Signals on North Korean Sanctions  VOA News1 month ago China Sends Unclear Signals on N Korean Sanctions  GlobalSecurity.org1 month ago
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What happens to foreigners arrested in North Korea?

North Korea sees foreign prisoners as a valuable tool to exert pressure on its enemies - and none are more valuable than Americans. Most foreigners detained in North Korea since the 1990s have been US citizens, while a handful have been dual ...
 MSN UK4 days ago North Korean 'Foreign Currency' Stores Face State Takeover  Radio Free Asia1 week ago
TheJournal.ie

Working in a North Korean-run restaurant: 'Customers touched our bodies and pressured us to drink'

ONE NORTH KOREAN who worked abroad says that as a waitress in China, she was forced to put up with male customers who groped her and tried to get her drunk. Two others recall the frozen bodies of their countrymen stored in Russian logging camps.
 TheJournal.ie1 week ago North Korean Restaurants in China Find Ways Around Business Downturn  Radio Free Asia2 weeks ago
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