Fri, 22 Mar 2019

North Korea Still Dispatching Workers to China Despite UN Sanctions

North Korea is continuing to send its citizens to work in China to earn cash for the state despite sanctions ...

Ex-CIA officials says Kim Jong-un may visit Russia

Seoul [South Korea], Mar 21 (ANI): A former US intelligence official said in the wake of the Hanoi summit breakdown, ...

Hundreds of hotel guests filmed secretly in South Korea

Seoul [South Korea], Mar 21 (ANI): The South Korean police have uncovered a major illegal spy-cam scandal, with around 1,600 ...

A Tale of Two Defendants: One Freed, One Still on Trial

When Indonesian Siti Aisyah was brought to the Sepang court to be charged for the murder of North Korean Kim ...

Laos Deputy Prime Minister Blames PNPC Dam Collapse on Poor Planning

Laos deputy prime minister has identified poor soil analysis for a fatal hydropower dam collapse, often described as the countrys ...

Geothermal Plant 'Triggered Earthquake' in S. Korea

SEOUL - A rare earthquake in South Korea was triggered by the country's first experimental geothermal power plant, a team ...

South Korea: 2 killed, 1 injured in oil tanker fire

Seoul [South Korea], Mar 20 (ANI): Two South Korean sailors were killed and one other suffered injuries after a fire ...

Els picks Immelman as assistant for Presidents Cup

Melbourne - International team captain Ernie Els has named compatriot Trevor Immelman , South Korean KJ Choi and Canada's Mike ...

Report: Cell Phone Use has Revolutionized North Korean Logistics

The advent of cellular phones is transforming logistics in North Korea, accelerating a shift towards a market economy, according to ...

Italy Tries to Have it Both Ways

When Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives Thursday in Rome he will not be short of compatriots to exchange pleasantries with ...

North Korea, US Spar Over Sanctions

North Korea believes there are no legitimate reasons to maintain sanctions against the country since it has not conducted nuclear ...

US Navy Ships Pass Through Strategic Taiwan Strait, Riling China

The United States sent two Navy ships through the Taiwan Strait on Monday as the U.S. military increased the frequency ...

Tighten N. Korea Sanctions by Targeting Banks, Experts Say

The United States needs to target banks that facilitate illicit transactions for Pyongyang to increase sanction pressure on North Korea ...

India, Pakistan Threatened to Use Missiles on Each Other

NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD - The sparring between India and Pakistan last month threatened to spiral out of control and only interventions ...

Tens of Thousands Converge on California 'Poppy Apocalypse'

LAKE ELSINORE, CALIFORNIA - Like Dorothy in the 'Wizard of Oz,' the Southern California city of Lake Elsinore is being ...

Defector: Kim Jong Un harsher than father, grandfather

North Korea's Kim Jong Un is less forgiving than previous leaders, according to a man who fled the country. ...

A Dead North Korean Spy Submarine (Armed with Commandos) Almost Started a War Interest

Sebastien Roblin Security, At 5 a.m. on September 14, 1996, a North Korean spy submarine commanded by Capt. Chong Yong-ku ...

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UK public getting tired of political games

Brexit increasingly looks like a train crash in slow motion. Watching the British parliament going through consecutive Brexit votes, however, ...

Demand for shares in Apple prompts buying of U.S. stocks

NEW YORK, New York - It was a good day on Wall Street on Thursday. No bad news, in fact ...

Hong Kong Hang Seng declines 249 points

SYDNEY, Australia - Stocks in China, Japan and Australia rose on Thursday, but in Hong Stock the main index fell. ...

Omani nationals to be trained by PDO to enter workforce

MUSCAT, Oman - The government-owned Petroleum Development Oman is planning on training Omani nationals to enter not just the oil ...

Greenback dives after Federal Reserve says no more rate hikes in 2019

NEW YORK, New York - The U.S. Federal Resreve surprised on Wednesday, following its regular two day monthly meeting on ...

Tokyo stocks rise, rest of Asia slips

SYDNEY, Australia - Asian bourses were mixed on Wednesday with Australian and Chinese indices trading in the red, while markets ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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