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Melbourne, Feb 23 (ANI): North Korea has reportedly published a list of 310 bizarre patriotic slogans to kickstart celebrations ahead of the 70th anniversary of the founding and the liberation of the Korean peninsula from Japanese rule.
100,000 North Koreans reportedly working abroad as slaves to fund Kim Jong-un's luxurious lifestyle Feb 21, 3:04 pm
London, Feb 21 (ANI): Human rights activists say that nearly 100,000 North Koreans are being forced to work abroad as slaves abroad to fund Kim-Jong-un and his administration's luxurious lifestyle.
Washington, Feb 20 (ANI): North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been seen sporting a different hairdo that has triggered a range of comments and remarks on social network over his new look.
Kim Jong-un always fires a 'hole-in-one'! Feb 14, 3:04 pm
Washington, Feb 14 (ANI): North Korea leader Kim Jong-un is a golfer that has unparalleled skills when it comes to the sport, because he fires a hole-in-one every time he swings the club, no matter how impossible the shot might seem.
Kim Jong-un executes army general over difference of opinion Feb 7, 12:49 pm
Johannesburg, Feb 07 (ANI): North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has reportedly executed an army general for disagreeing with him.
London, Feb. 4 (ANI): Tyrant Kim Jong-un is furious with his cronies because they cannot find enough "virgin dancers" for his entertainment.
New book reveals how Kim Jong II abducted South Korean film-star couple to make North Korean films Feb 2, 12:18 pm
New York, Jan 02 (ANI): Former North Korean dictator Kim Jong II reportedly abducted a famous South Korean movie-star couple and forced them to make movies for North Korea.
London, Jan 29 (ANI): North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is set to make his first foreign trip post assuming office in 2011 as he accepted an invitation from Russia to attend ceremonies in May marking the 70th anniversary of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany, a report said.
US knew all about Sony Pictures hack attack as it infiltrated North Korea's computers in 2010 Jan 20, 12:16 pm
London, Jan 20 (ANI): A report has said that the United States knew all along that North Korea was behind the hack attack on Sony Pictures as it had secretly breached the country's computer networks in 2010.
Washington, Jan 17 (ANI): China has established citizen militias in order to better guard the border with North Korea.
Margaret Cho slams 'haters' criticism' over Golden Globe jokes Jan 13, 2:48 pm
Washington, Jan 13 (ANI): Margaret Cho has responded to all the criticism she received for her jokes in the 2015 Golden Globes Award by saying that she is of mixed North/South Korean descent and if some imprisons, starves and brainwashes her people, they would get made fun of by her.
London, Jan 13 (ANI): Signaling her intention to end the stand-off between North and South Korea, South Korean President Park Geun-hye has expressed her willingness to hold talks with North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un without setting pre-conditions but added that the nation should take "sincere" steps towards "denuclearisation."
Kim Jong-un to open restaurant in Scotland Jan 12, 11:43 am
London, Jan 12 (ANI): North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is reportedly planning to open a new restaurant in UK.
North Korea to halt nuclear testing only if U.S. scraps military drills planned with South Korea Jan 12, 9:53 am
London, Jan 12 (ANI): North Korea has said to the United States that it would halt nuclear testing if Washington cancels its military drill plans with South Korea in 2015.
Kim Jong-un demands more 'poo' on birthday Jan 9, 5:57 pm
London, Jan 09 (ANI): North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un reportedly demanded a pile of manure on his birthday.
FBI blames North Korea for 'sloppy' hack attack on Sony Pictures Jan 8, 10:37 am
London, Jan 08 (ANI): The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has said that it is confident that North Korea was behind the hack attack on Sony Pictures last year because the hackers "got sloppy."
London, Jan -7 (ANI): South Korea's defence ministry has claimed that North Korea has finished "miniaturizing" nuclear devices that would allow them to be fitted on the tip of a long-range missile which could then be launched to reach South Korea or even the United States.
Sony hack: North Korea condemns U.S. sanctions as hostile Jan 5, 10:55 am
London, Jan 05 (ANI): North Korea has condemned the new U.S. sanctions against the country following a cyber attack on Sony, as hostile and inflammatory.
N. Korea blackmailed high-ranking foreigners into acting in country's favour using honeytrap girls Jan 4, 5:22 pm
London, Jan 04 (ANI): Former North Korean leader Kim Jong-il reportedly initiated a honeytrap programme, where female agents were sent to seduce high-ranking foreign visitors and become pregnant by their lovers in order to blackmail them into acting in favour of the nation.
New York, Jan 03 (ANI): North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister has married the son of one of the nation's most influential officials, said reports.
Sony hack: U.S. authorizes new sanctions on North Korea Jan 3, 12:55 pm
London, Jan 03 (ANI): The United States has imposed new sanctions on North Korea as a response to the country's "provocative, destabilizing and repressive actions" in Sony Pictures' cyberattack incident, said the White House.
Washington, Jan 02 (ANI): A South Korean activist is planning to balloon drop DVD's of Sony's "The Interview" movie in North Korea.
Security firm claims Sony hack masterminded by former employee Dec 31, 11:16 am
Washington, Dec 31 (ANI): According to a security firm, that rejects the FBI's claim on Sony hack incident that North Korea was responsible, the cyberattack was masterminded by a former Sony employee.
North Korea criticizes Obama as 'a monkey' for internet disruption before The Interview release Dec 28, 11:15 am
London, Dec 28 (ANI): North Korea has condemned the U.S. President Barack Obama describing him as "reckless" in his actions like "a monkey in a tropical forest" over the net outage in the country two days before the release of the controversial comedy The Interview.
U.S., South Korea, Japan to sign trilateral pact to tackle North Korea's nuclear threats Dec 27, 12:14 pm
Washington, Dec 27 (ANI): The United States, South Korea and Japan will sign a trilateral pact next week to deal with North Korea's nuclear and missile threats, said Seoul officials.
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