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DPRK army is ready

The North Korean army claim they are ready for invaders.

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DPRK college students’ military drill

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China ‘regrets’ N.Korean launch

A worker from one of Japan’s major newspapers hands out extra editions reporting a rocket launch by North Korea in downtown Tokyo on Wednesday. North Korea successfully put a satellite into orbit Wednesday in defiance of UN sanction threats over what Pyongyang’s critics have condemned...

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North Korean performers in China

2012 November 2, Pyongyang acrobatic troupe returned. They start from the Han Kou railway station by Beijing to return to Pyongyang. Ten o ‘clock in the morning, Pyongyang acrobatic troupe players in the hotel lobby sets, head LiJing pulp with the entire team to Wu...

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North Korea seeks Chinese tourists

Chinese tourists, accompanied by local tour guides, look at the Arch of Triumph in Pyongyang, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, in September. Feng Yongbin / China Daily Neighbor hopes to promote economy by attracting more foreign visitors The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is improving...

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North Korea’s top leader, wife inspect Physical Exercise Center in Thongil Street

North Korea’s top leader Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju inspect the Physical Exercise Center in Thongil Street, according to the country’s official news agency KCNA’s report on Sept. 11. (Photo/KCN)   North Korea’s top leader Kim Jong Un and his wife...

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Detained Chinese fishermen return to homeland

Returned Chinese fishermen take the vehicle to go to hospital for medical check in Dalian, northeast China’s Liaoning Province, May 21, 2012. A total of 29 Chinese fishermen and their three fishing boats returned to Dalian on Monday morning, following 13 days of detention by...

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Detained Chinese fishermen released: DPRK

PYONGYANG – All detained Chinese fishermen and their vessels had been freed, the foreign ministry of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) said Sunday. Counsellor Jiang Yaxian with the Chinese embassy to Pyongyang told Xinhua that the DPRK foreign ministry had notified the embassy...

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