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U.S. ‘actively’ investigating additional Chinese firms for dealings with N. Korea

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North Korean agents storm flooded border area in crackdown on defections, cellphones

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U.S. ‘actively’ investigating additional Chinese firms for dealings with N. Korea

U.S. ‘actively’ investigating additional Chinese firms for dealings with N. Korea

The U.S. Treasury Department has confirmed it is “actively investigating” Chinese firms over dealings with North Korea that would violate U.S. sanctions on Pyongyang. (FULL STORY) Follow…

New ‘House of Class Education’ indoctrinates North Koreans on ‘history of aggression’ by U.S., Japan

New ‘House of Class Education’ indoctrinates North Koreans on ‘history of aggression’ by U.S., Japan

Pyongyang is intent on teaching a new generation of North Koreans about the “history of aggression” displayed by the U.S. and Japan against the country. (FULL STORY) Follow…

Pyongyang: By sanctioning Kim Jong-Un, U.S. ‘crossed the red line’

Pyongyang: By sanctioning Kim Jong-Un, U.S. ‘crossed the red line’

The United State “crossed the red line” and effectively declared war by including North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un on a list of sanctioned individuals, Pyongyang’s top diplomat said. (FULL STORY)…

Seoul agrees to deploy THAAD against growing threat from North

Seoul agrees to deploy THAAD against growing threat from North

The U.S. is moving forward in deploying the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system in South Korea, Seoul’s defense minister said. (FULL STORY) Follow…

GPS jamming signals from the North disrupted air traffic in S. Korea

GPS jamming signals from the North disrupted air traffic in S. Korea

South Korean aircraft were disrupted and at times forced to delay landing due to thousands of GPS jamming signals sent from North Korea, a South Korean member of parliament said.…

Intel on latest missile test: N. Korea closer to posing direct threat

Intel on latest missile test: N. Korea closer to posing direct threat

Analysts say North Korea’s latest missile tests demonstrated that the country was making progress toward posing a direct threat to Japan, South Korea and U.S. troops in the Pacific. (FULL…

Nuclear Kim: Leader launches ‘Byongjin’ doctrine to mark his era

Nuclear Kim: Leader launches ‘Byongjin’ doctrine to mark his era

By Dr. Jong-Heon Lee On the heels of the Party Congress in which North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un presented a five-year economic plan, North Korea has kicked off tougher “work-harder…

N. Korea plans extended SLBM range, large subs for nuclear attacks

N. Korea plans extended SLBM range, large subs for nuclear attacks

By Dr. Jong-Heon Lee SEOUL — North Korea has prioritized increasing the rage of its submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs) to 2,000 kilometers, a military source here said. (FULL STORY) Follow…