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In a strange turn of events, a South Korean student in a New York university has claimed that he wanted to get arrested while illegally crossing into North Korea to create a
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North Korea Wednesday ruled out any possibility of talks with the United States, while reverting to its aggressive anti-American rhetoric with warning of nuclear strikes and cyber warfare.
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A dictator always fear from others
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I read that one of Jang's aides has made it to China and wants to go to South Korea.  This story is not over by any means.
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North Korea has said it is willing to allow South Korean businessmen to visit the jointly-run Kaesong industrial park in the North where work has been suspended since April due to heightened tensions between the two countries. In a statement carried by state media, North Korea said it was prepared to discuss with the businessmen how normal operations could be resumed. But South Korea has expressed worry about its citizens' safety and asked that government-level talks be held.
Operations at the joint industrial complex have been suspended since the North withdrew its workers in April. North Korea's Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK), responsible for ties with South Korea, said it would guarantee the businessmen's safety. "We have given permission for the visit and can even discuss the shipment of products at the industrial complex," Yonhap news agency quoted the committee as saying.
South Korea "may send with them members" of the governing body that oversees the complex, the committee added. A spokesman for South Korea's Unification Ministry, which handles relations with the North, said talks need to be held between both governments, which Seoul has been requesting.
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North Korea economy looks set to improve this year, supported by deliveries of Russian oil and grain under the terms of favorable loans, according to North Korean sources. Light industry especially will benefit, as Russian shipments of crude oil totaling 500,000 tons are expected to enter the country this year by sea and through pipelines in China, a source in North Hamgyong province, which borders China, told RFA Korean Service.
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Its a Russian Golden Era!  Thank the North America Tax Payers who gave all their money away through Charities and (criminal) Favors!!!
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Ordinary North Koreans are illegally buying highly sought-after lapel pins of the reclusive country founder Kim Il Sung and his son Kim Jong Il and using them in lieu of cash to pay for accommodations, meals and drinks, sources inside the country said.
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