SEOUL: North Korean ruler Kim Jong-Un has reportedly given copies of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" to his top officials, urging them to study it as a leadership skills ...
(15 mins ago) North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un has reportedly given copies of Adolf Hitler's ';Mein Kampf'' to his top officials, urging them to study it as a leadership skills manual. Kim handed out translations of the manifesto to select officials at the time of his birthday in January, reported New Focus International, an online news portal run by North Korean defectors, ...
/enpproperty--> The Democratic People's Republic of Korea seems to have taken a U-turn from its belligerent rhetoric after the United Nations imposed sanctions on it for conducting its third nuclear test and launching a satellite. Although earlier it had lashed out at the joint military drills between the United States and the Republic of Korea, on Sunday the DPRK proposed talks ...
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CHICAGO -- Last December, rumors about a North Korean unicorn lair circulated on the internet. Word got out that an ancient Korean king once rode this mythical beast. But soon it was discovered that this "unicorn" was not an actual unicorn, but rather an English mistranslation of the word "unicorn." According to ...
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NORTH Korean leader Kim Jong-un is handing out copies of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf in an effort to sow fear among top officials. Kim reportedly handed out copies of Mein Kampf to mark his birthday, but North Korea-watchers believe the move is part of an effort to make him seem powerful, rather than drawing on Nazi beliefs."One source says there have been many overt attempts to imbue Kim ...
Kim Jong-il loved his yacht so much he was apparently buried with it. Now Kim Jong-un has shown he shares his father's penchant for a luxury cruiser, reportedly displaying a gleaming £4.5 million vessel in spite of international ...
The size of the appliances in a typical North Korean home says a lot about social standing. As such, the government uses refrigerators to reward loyal citizens, including its 2008 ...
VIENNA (Reuters) - The outside world may never find out what type of fissile material North Korea used in its nuclear test four months ago, leaving a key question about the explosion unanswered, officials and experts said on ...
Washington Post reports.The gift was part of a larger effort by Kim to encourage military leaders to study Germany's post-WWI reconstruction, and follow rumors that Kim carefully studied Hitler while attending school in Switzerland."Mentioning that Hitler managed to rebuild Germany in a short time following its defeat in World War I, Kim Jong Un issued an order for the Third Reich to ...
Our nuclear programmes are completely transparent. But we are ready to show greater transparency and make clear for the whole world that the steps of the Islamic Republic of Iran are completely within international frameworks. The sanctions are unfair, the Iranian people are suffering, and our (nuclear) activities are legal. These sanctions are illegal and only benefit Israel.
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WASHINGTON - The United States has said it wants "credible negotiations" with North Korea as Pyongyang in its latest offer has expressed desire to start "senior-level" talks with America on regional peace and easing tensions.
President Barack Obama and his South Korean counterpart, Park Geun-hye, are said to have discussed the issue by telephone Sunday evening.
They agreed to close "coordination" on North Korea, both governments said.
"Our desire is to have credible negotiations with the North Koreans, but those talks must involve North Korea living up to its obligations to the world, including compliance with UN Security Council resolutions, and ultimately result in denuclearisation," US National Security Council spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden said.
The latest offer from North Korea came Sunday, days after planned talks between Pyongyang and Seoul were cancelled after disagreement over delegates.
But the reclusive nation demanded talks "without preconditions" even as US officials have always suspected that North Korea has been using provocations
as a ploy to win concessions before offering dialogue and then resort again to raising tensions.
The US wants North Korea to take concrete steps to demonstrate a willingness to abandon its controversial nuclear weapons programmes before diplomatic discussions. ...
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