China’s Protectiveness Towards North Korea Links To Historical Reasons

The American and Chinese government, who cautiously consult each other on North Korea are waiting to see Kim Jong-un, the young leader of North Korea will follow his father, Kim Jong-il and carry out North Korea’s impending third nuclear test.

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Hillary Clinton Urges North Korea Not To Go Ahead With Its Planned Rocket Launch

The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, has said North Korea should not go ahead with its planned rocket launch if it wants a ‘peaceful, better future’ for its people.

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North Korean Nuclear Facilities Are Now Open For Inspection As UN Nuclear Watchdog Has Been Invited To Come

The Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN’s nuclear watchdog announced it had received the invitation from North Korea on Monday.

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North Korea Amenable To Suspend Uranium Enrichment Including Tests In Exchange Of Food

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the US still had ‘profound concerns’ over North Korea, but welcomed the move as a ‘first step’ of their being amenable to suspend uranium enrichment, as well as nuclear and long-range missile tests.

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South Korean Intelligence Has No Information On North Korean Leader’s Death

Earlier in the day, North Korea said it was going to make an important announcement at noon, keeping South Korean officials wondering what it would be.

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North Korea Haunted By Insecurity From The South

Fresh from the political ripple effect dangling over Egypt, now Libya and Yemen, North Korea has every reason to accuse South Korean activists and lawmakers of flying balloons carrying hundreds of thousands of leaflets critical of North Korea’s government.

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Japan Acts More Sanctions On North Korea Over SK Warship Sinking

The global pressure is mounting on North Korea over the sinking of a South Korean warship where forty six of its sailors died in the March 26 disaster of this year.

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