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  1. North Korea sends close aide of Kim Jong Un to Rio

    The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsJul 30 08:04 AM

    North Korea on Saturday sent a high-level delegation led by a top aide to leader Kim Jong Un to Rio de Janeiro for the upcoming Olympics, state media said. North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency said the delegation, headed by Choe Ryong Hae, vice chairman of the country's State Affairs Commission, left Pyongyang, but did not provide details about what the senior officials plan to do ...

  2. North Korea: The United States has made a 'declaration of war'

    Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsJul 29 10:22 AM

    North Korea says the United States has effectively declared war after US officials placed its leader Kim Jong Un on a list of sanctioned individuals who have committed human rights abuses. Han Song Ryol, the North Korean Foreign Ministry’s director-general of the US affairs department, added in an interview with the Associated Press that if planned joint US-South Korea war games south of the ...

  3. N. Korea: US has crossed red line, relations on war footing

    Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 28 11:03 AM

    PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea's top diplomat for U.S. affairs told The Associated Press on Thursday that Washington "crossed the red line" and effectively declared war by putting leader Kim Jong Un on its list of sanctioned individuals, and said a vicious showdown could erupt if the U.S. and South Korea hold annual war games as planned next month.

  4. North Korea has sent a high-level delegation led by a top aide to leader Kim Jong Un to Rio de Janeiro for the upcoming Olympic Games.

  5. South Korea says North hacked online shopping site

    Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJul 28 02:48 AM

    South Korea said on Thursday it suspected North Korea of hacking a South Korean online shopping site and stealing personal records of more than 10 million shoppers in what appeared to be the latest case of a cyber attack by the isolated state. The South's national police agency said it had traced the data breach to North Korea's spy agency, and it had detected the same IP addresses and codes ...

  6. IOC suspends South Korea's Moon over plagiarism allegations

    The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsJul 29 12:21 AM

    South Korea's Moon Dae-sung has been suspended as a member of the International Olympic Committee over allegations that he plagiarized his doctoral thesis. The IOC said that Moon's membership will be suspended until South Korea's Supreme Court reaches a verdict over his dispute with a Seoul university, which stripped him of his degree in 2014 after concluding that he stole from the works of ...

  7. Japan, South Korea Build Ties After 'Comfort Women' Deal

    The Wall Street JournalJul 28 09:37 AM

    South Korea implemented a deal with Japan to compensate women used as military prostitutes, fresh evidence of a thaw between two feuding U.S. allies that Washington has pressed to work together to counter North Korea’s nuclear threat and an assertive China.

  8. North Korea: The United States has made a 'declaration of war'

    The Christian Science MonitorJul 29 01:07 PM

    As US-South Korea war games approach and after America placed Kim Jong Un on list of sanctioned individuals, North Korea ramps up its rhetoric.

  9. IOC suspends South Korea's Moon over plagiarism allegations

    Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 29 12:19 AM

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea's Moon Dae-sung has been suspended as a member of the International Olympic Committee over allegations that he plagiarized his doctoral thesis.

  10. South Korea’s constitutional court on Thursday ruled to uphold an anti-corruption law aimed at ending the practice of pampering public officials with meals and gifts.

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