- AFP via Yahoo! NewsMay 29 09:41 AM
Uganda hit back Sunday at South Korea's claim that Kampala had ordered a halt to military ties with North Korea in line with UN sanctions, denying it had made such an announcement. South Korean President Park Geun-Hye's spokesman had earlier Sunday told reporters that Ugandan leader Yoweri Museveni had ordered officials to honour the latest sanctions during a summit in Kampala.
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- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 27 09:30 PM
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Saturday threatened to fire at South Korean warships if they cross into its waters, a day after the South's navy fired warning shots to chase away two North Korean ships that briefly crossed a disputed western sea boundary.
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- Los Angeles TimesMay 28 01:53 AM
North Korea has expelled a BBC journalist after deeming his reporting disrespectful to the government of Kim Jong Un. Rupert Wingfield-Hayes, who traveled to Pyongyang to cover the visit of three Nobel laureates to the country last week, was detained Friday at the Pyongyang airport, colleagues...
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- Fox NewsMay 29 07:19 AM
Uganda and South Korea signed cooperation agreements Sunday that officials here hope will lead to transfer of technology as Uganda tries to implement an ambitious industrialization program.
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- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsMay 27 07:06 AM
North Korea threatened retaliation on Friday after South Korea fired what it said were warning shots when a patrol boat and fishing boat from the North crossed the disputed sea border off the west coast of the Korean peninsula. The two vessels from the North retreated about eight minutes after the South Korean navy fired five 40 mm artillery shots at around 7:30 a.m. local time, South Korean ...
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- ABC NewsMay 27 06:22 PM
North Korea threatened to fire at South Korean warships crossing a disputed western sea border
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 27 04:30 AM
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — South Korea's president on Friday urged African leaders to support international efforts to denuclearize North Korea.
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- AFP via Yahoo! FinanceMay 27 08:25 AM
The European Union on Friday further tightened sanctions against North Korea over nuclear and ballistic missile tests carried out in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions. The 28-nation bloc said it adopted new restrictions in the trade, financial, investment and transport sectors in order to complement UN resolutions against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the north's official...
- Los Angeles TimesMay 28 05:28 AM
To cheers of “long life!” North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un received the new title of chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea on Monday, formally bolstering his status 4½½ years after he came to power following the death of his father, Kim Jong Il. Kim Jong Un previously held several top titles, including...
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- BloombergMay 26 08:20 AM
Just months before South Korea implements its strictest-ever law against corruption and bribery, a backlash is brewing among critics who argue that tough limits on accepting meals and gifts may weigh on the economy.
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