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North Koreans workers have failed to report for work at Kaesong Industrial Complex

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North Koreans workers have failed to report for work at Kaesong Industrial Complex, suspending one of the few points of co-operation between the two Koreas. Kaesong Industrial Complex is a joint industrial park and there are more than 120 South Korean companies that operate there, employing 53,000 North Korean workers. The complex is seen as a crucial source of hard currency for North Korea. Nor...

The South Korean navy has fired warning shots at North Korean fishing boats that crossed disputed borders in the Yellow Sea

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...nnamed official with South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff. The official also said that no North Korean navy ships were involved. The South Korean navy has fired warning shots at North Korean fishing boats that crossed disputed borders in the Yellow Sea Skirmishes are common in the area claimed by both sides on the Korean peninsula. A South Korean defence ministry spokesman told AFP news that...

A total of 125 South Koreans left the joint Kaesong complex in North Korea on Saturday, and the remaining 50 were expected to leave on Monday

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South Korea has decided to pull the last of its workers out of Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea, as Seoul announced moves to help affected firms. A total of 125 South Koreans left the joint Kaesong complex on Saturday, and the remaining 50 were expected to leave on Monday, officials said. They had been due out at 17:00 local time but were delayed by “details” that needed R...

North Korea and South Korea fired artillery shells into each other's waters

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Residents of five front-line South Korean islands have been forced to evacuate to shelters as the two Koreas fired artillery shells into each other’s waters Monday, South Korean officials said. The South Korean artillery fire came after shells from a North Korean live-fire drill fell south of the Koreas’ disputed western sea boundary, an official with South Korea’s Joint Chiefs...

North Korea has threatened to shut down Kaesong Industrial Complex reiterating the state of war with South Korea

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North Korea has threatened to shut down Kaesong Industrial Complex it jointly operates with South Korea that stands as the last significant symbol of cooperation, after reiterating that it considered the Korean Peninsula back in “a state of war”. The eight-year-old Kaesong complex in the North Korean border town of the same name, is a crucial source of badly needed cash for the heavily sanctioned...

North Korea has blocked the entry of South Korean workers into joint Kaesong industrial zone

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North Korea has blocked the entry of South Korean workers into joint Kaesong industrial zone, in a move seen as further escalating tensions. South Korean workers were being allowed to leave Kaesong Industrial Complex but not cross into it from the South, Seoul’s Unification Ministry confirmed. The Kaesong zone at North-South border, which is a money-maker for North Korea, is seen as a key b...

A North Korean patrol boat violated a sea border with the South several times late on Monday

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According to South Korean officials, a North Korean patrol boat violated a sea border with the South several times late on Monday. The ship spent a few hours south of the border, nearing a South Korean border island, before returning after repeated warnings from the South, they added. North Korea disputes the maritime border and has sent boats across it in the past. The incident comes amid joint...

North Korea publicly executed around 80 people earlier this month, many for watching smuggled South Korean TV shows

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A South Korean newspaper reported on Monday that North Korea publicly executed around 80 people earlier this month, many for watching smuggled South Korean TV shows. The conservative JoongAng Ilbo cited a single, unidentified source, but at least one North Korean defector group said it had heard rumors that lent credibility to the front-page report. The source, said to be “familiar” w...

Kaesong Industrial Complex at the North-South Korea border is still operating despite Pyongyang cutting a military hotline with South Korea

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Kaesong Industrial Complex at the North-South Korea border is still operating despite Pyongyang cutting a military hotline with South Korea on Wednesday. The hotline had been used mainly to facilitate cross-border travel at the Kaesong Industrial Complex for South Korean workers. It was the last direct official link between the two nations. Pyongyang has been angered by US-South Korea military dr...

Ri Sol-ju was announced as Kim Jong-un's wife in July

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Asian elephant Koshik has astounded scientists with his Korean language skills

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Asian elephant Koshik has astounded scientists with his Korean language skills. Researchers report that the mammal has learnt to imitate human speech and can say five words in Korean: “hello”, “no”, “sit down”, “lie down” and “good”. The zoo animal places the tip of his trunk into his mouth to transform his natural low rumble into a convincing impression of a human voice. The study is published i...

A lawmaker, quoting intelligence officials, said they believed Ri Sol-Ju had visited South Korea in 2005 and had studied singing in China

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...-Ju had visited South Korea in 2005 and had studied singing in China An eight-minute report on North Korean radio mentioning Ri Sol-Ju’s name was broadcast at 20:00 local time on Wednesday. South Korean lawmaker Jung Chung-Rai told reporters following a briefing by intelligence agents that Ri Sol-Ju was from an ordinary family in Pyongyang. Ri Sol-Ju may have visited South Korea in 2005 as p...

North Korea has announced today it is withdrawing all its workers from the joint-Korean Kaesong industrial zone and suspending operations there

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...orean authorities,” Kim Yang-gon said. The statement made no reference to the nearly 500 South Koreans who are in Kaesong as managers. One South Korean told the Associated Press he had heard nothing about the order from the North Korean government. “North Korean workers left work at six o’clock today as they usually do. We’ll know tomorrow whether they will come to work,...

Oh Kil-nam, now 70, still does not know the fate of his wife and daughters after more than 20 years

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...the fate of his wife and daughters – either dead or imprisoned in a labor camp. In 1985, North Korean agents approached Oh Kil-nam and suggested he defect. The agents offered him an important job working as an economist for the North Korean government and promised to provide free treatment for his wife’s hepatitis. Oh Kil-nam took the offer seriously. He had just completed his PhD in G...

South Korean soldiers have shot dead a man trying to swim across a border river into North Korea

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...fter the 1950-53 conflict ended in an armistice and not a peace treaty. There are thousands of North Korean defectors living in South Korea, but few attempt to make the journey the other way. Instances of trying to cross the heavily-militarized border in broad daylight are extremely rare. The incident comes as South Korean workers returned to the Kaesong industrial park in North Korea, five months...

Jang Sung-taek had held senior posts in the ruling communist Korean Workers' Party and the National Defense Commission

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...Saturday, images of his uncle Jang Sung-taek, had been edited out, Yonhap reports. On Tuesday South Korean intelligence said Jang Sung-taek, 67, had been removed. Jang Sung-taek had held senior posts in the ruling communist Korean Workers’ Party and the National Defense Commission, North Korea’s top military body. Intelligence officials also said two of his close aides appeared to hav...

M&M Hair Academy has been visited by North Korean officials to question why it had used their leader Kim Jong-un's picture in a poster offering haircuts

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...salon put up the poster on April 9 and the next day two men claiming to be officials from the North Korean embassy visited the salon and demanded to meet the manager, Mo Nabbach. M&M Hair Academy has been visited by North Korean officials to question why it had used their leader Kim Jong-un’s picture in a poster offering haircuts (photo M&M Hair Academy) Karim Nabbach said: “...

South Korean workers have crossed the North Korean border to return to the Kaesong industrial park after five months

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...ties to assess how quickly a full restart can be implemented after five months of inactivity. South Korean workers have crossed the North Korean border to return to the Kaesong industrial park after five months The restart is being described as a trial but more than half of the South Korean companies had asked North Korean employees to report for work, the ministry said. Negotiations on resuming...

Kim Jong-uk has appeared before North Korean media to read an apology

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...ill Newman, an 85-year-old US national, was briefly held last year. He was freed after confessing to committing crimes during the Korean War – a statement he said was given under duress. Kim Jong-uk has appeared before North Korean media to read an apology In his first public appearance since his arrest, Kim Jong-uk said he wanted to let his family know he was in good health. He said he act...

Merrill Newman, who is detained for more than a month in North Korea, has confessed to committing "indelible crimes" against the state

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US citizen Merrill Newman, who is detained for more than a month in North Korea, has confessed to committing “indelible crimes” against the state, say North Korean state media. The official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said Merrill Newman had ordered the deaths of North Korean soldiers and civilians in the 1950-53 Korean War. The agency published what it described as a “sta...

South Korea has proposed working-level talks with North Korea on reopening the jointly-run Kaesong Industrial Complex

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...ea has proposed working-level talks with North Korea on reopening the jointly-run Kaesong Industrial Complex. Seoul made the proposal a day after Pyongyang said South Korean officials could visit the closed complex to inspect and maintain equipment. Work at the factory park, which was a rare symbol of North-South co-operation, was halted in April amid high regional tensions. Attempts to hold high-...

Japan announces that will shoot down a North Korean rocket if necessary, as new satellite images appeared to show preparations for the April launch

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...were imposed after a similar launch in April 2009. Japan is particularly concerned as the last North Korean rocket was launched over the north of the country. Japan announces that will shoot down a North Korean rocket if necessary, as new satellite images appeared to show preparations for the April launch It is thought that the North Korean rocket will follow a new southern trajectory instead of...

North Korean media reports referred to Kim Jong-Un attending the opening of an amusement park with his wife, "Comrade Ri Sol-Ju”

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...ry after the death of his father Kim Jong-Il in December last year. The eight minute report on North Korean radio which mentioned Ri Sol-Ju was broadcast at 20:00 local time on Wednesday. North Korean media reports referred to Kim Jong-Un attending the opening of an amusement park with his wife, "Comrade Ri Sol-Ju” Analysts have been watching Kim Jong-Un and his inner circle for clues as to...

South Korea has issued a cyber alert after a hacking attack on government websites

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...Korea has raised its cyber-alert level, and asked citizens to review their internet security. South Korean investigators say North Korea has frequently carried out cyber attacks in the South. On March 20, cyber attacks on six South Korean banks and broadcasters affected 32,000 computers and disrupted banking services. South Korea has blamed that incident – which came at a time of heightened...

Kim Jong-il, the North Korean leader, has died at the age of 69

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Kim Jong-il, the North Korean leader, has died at the age of 69, state-run television has announced. Kim Jong-il, who has led the communist nation since the death of his father, Kim Il-sung in 1994, died on a train while visiting an area outside the capital, the announcement said. North Korean leader suffered a stroke in 2008 and was absent from public view for months. Kim Jong-il’s desig...