Saturday, August 27, 2016

North Korea’s communist dictatorship had 2 reasons to celebrate: anniversary of imposition of its “military first” ideology and allegedly successful test of ballistic missile under watchful eye of Kim Jong-un


How Kim Jong-Un Celebrates a Ballistic Missile Launch, in …

Foreign Policy (blog) - ‎13 hours ago‎
Photos published by North Korean media outlets show Kim hugging military officials to celebrate the test, and huge crowds who took to the streets of the capital to dance and watch fireworks in Kim Il-sung Square. Officials in Washington and South Korea ...

North Korea: Kim Jong-Un Celebrates Ballistic Missile Test with 'Mass Dancing'

Breitbart News - ‎9 hours ago‎
North Korea's communist dictatorship had two reasons to celebrate this week: the anniversary of the imposition of its “military first” ideology and the allegedly successful test of a ballistic missile under the watchful eye of Kim Jong-un. In photos of ...

Kim Jong-un throws dance party to celebrate North Korea missile launch

The Independent - ‎Aug 26, 2016‎
After the successful Pyukguksong missile test, Kim Jong-un was shown hugging officials on an observation deck. State media quoted him as calling the event the “success of all successes”. Despite the parties taking place across the country, the ...

North Korea defection: Kim Jong-un's trade diplomat in Russia defects to South Korea

Daily Star - ‎11 hours ago‎
KIM Jong-un's regime has taken another blow as one of his top bosses in Russia has defected just weeks before Vladimir Putin meets with South Korea. By Henry Holloway / Published 26th August 2016. North Korea Vladimir Putin Kim Jong-un GETTY.

Kim Jong Un creates Manbang, North Korea's Netflix-like streaming service

The Australian Financial Review - ‎Aug 25, 2016‎
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un doesn't allow many of his 25 million citizens to have access to the Internet. Those who do, though, will be able to stream communist propaganda. Wong Maye-E. by Patrick Boehler and Choe San-Hun. Days before North ...

Photos Show North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Elated at 'Success' of Alleged Submarine Missile

WJBD Online - ‎Aug 25, 2016‎
North Korea is "bolstering" its "nuclear attack capability hour by hour" due to threats the U.S. mainland and military presence in the Pacific present, according to the state-run media. Kim "strongly" warned the U.S. and South Korea from "hurting the ...

North Korean diplomat 'defects' in another embarrassment for the Kim Jong-unregime

International Business Times UK - ‎Aug 25, 2016‎
This episode has come at a time when the reclusive North Korean regime is facing a series of defections. A case in point was the defection of a London-based diplomat Thae Yong-ho, who had flown to Seoul along with his family to seek a better life. The ...

North Korea: Kim Jong-un to punish athletes who didn't win medals at Rio Olympics 2016 by making them work in coal ...

India.com - ‎Aug 25, 2016‎
Pyongyang, August 25: After North Korean athletes returned home from Rio Olympics 2016 with a 'disappointing' medal tally, which fell short of the tally expected by their leader, the dictator Kim Jong-un, their future seems to be bleak. If reports in ...

PICS: Surprise trend with Kim Jong Un's latest gift to North Korea

News24 - ‎Aug 24, 2016‎
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's latest gift to the residents of Pyongyang, the renovated central zoo, is pulling in thousands of visitors a day with a slew of attractions ranging from such typical zoo fare as elephants, giraffes, penguins and monkeys ...

BIZARRE PUNISHMENT! Kim Jong-Un to make North Korean athletes, who could not win medals in Rio Olympics ...

Zee News - ‎Aug 26, 2016‎
Pyongyang: In a bizarre `punishment`, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un could send the athletes, who failed to perform well in just-concluded Rio Olympics, to work in coal mines. As per the Korea Times, the North Korean leader had ordered the head of the ...

Olympic underperformers of North Korea face Kim Jong-Un's wrath, may be sent to work in coal mines

International Business Times, India Edition - ‎Aug 26, 2016‎
The Rio Olympics is over, but for the North Korean athletes who participated in the Games, gruelling tasks have just begun. According to reports, those athletes who underperformed at the Olympics could be sent to work at local coal miles in North Korea.

Kim Jong-un Labels Dog Meat As 'Superfood' Encouraging Everyone To Eat It

First to Know - ‎Aug 25, 2016‎
What do you consider yourself when you label dog meat a superfood and encourage people to beat their pets to death? Kim-Jong un should be able to tell us. He suggests that dog meat is filled with vitamins and is good for stomach and intestinal health.

Kim Jong-un May Banish Poor Olympic Performers To The Coal Mines

Carbonated.tv (blog) - ‎22 hours ago‎
Apparently, the North Korean dictator is on a rampage over his country's failure to bag more medals than bitter rivals South Korea. Gymnast Ri Se-gwang and weightlifter Rim Jong-sim of North Korea's 2016 Olympic team are perhaps the luckiest people in ...

North Korean Olympic athletes who failed to meet Kim Jong-un's expectations may be sent to coal mines

India Live Today - ‎Aug 25, 2016‎
London, August 25: While every country is busy extending a warm welcome to its Olympic athletes, North Korean athletes are worried about their life post Rio Olympics. Apparently, North Korea's dictator Kim Jong-un is unhappy with the medal tally of his ...

Kim going too far? North Korean athletes may be banished to coal mines for not achieving medal target in Rio 2016

Daily News & Analysis - ‎Aug 25, 2016‎
North Korean athletes who failed to win medals at Rio may be banished to the coal mines as dictator Kim Jong-un is not happy with the performance of the Olympic contingent, reported The Financial Express. At the 2012 London Olympics, the North Korean ...

Missile test adds to North Korea holiday celebration

Press Herald - ‎Aug 25, 2016‎
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was shown smiling and hugging officials after watching the test from an observation deck. He was quoted by state media as calling it the “success of all successes.” Launching long-range ballistic missiles from submarines ...

North Korea puts 'another piece in puzzle' towards nuclear capability

CNBC - ‎Aug 26, 2016‎
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un gives a New Year's address for 2016 in Pyongyang, in this undated photo released by Kyodo January 1, 2016. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un blamed South Korea on Friday for increased mistrust in a New Year speech ...

North Korea says United Nations condemnation of missile tests 'provocation'

Chicago Tribune - ‎5 hours ago‎
25, 2016, by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center, visits the site of a submarine-launched missile test at an undisclosed location in North Korea. Independent journalists were not given access to cover the event depicted ...

North Korea planning submarines that can carry multiple SLBMs

UPI.com - ‎7 hours ago‎
North Korea's Kim Jong Un celebrating Pyongyang's Wednesday SLBM launch, according to state media. Kim is planning to bring more powerful submarines into production so multiple rounds of missiles can be launched, Japan press reported Friday.

North Korea claims it's now able to nuke US mainland

USA TODAY - ‎19 hours ago‎
The nation is celebrating its first successful test of a submarine-launched missile. The country's leader —Kim Jong Un — says the U.S. mainland is now within striking range of his nuclear weapons. That sounds like a threat. Joel Wit, a former U.S ...

N. Korea missile test adds to 'Military First' celebration

Concord Monitor - ‎20 hours ago‎
Thursday marks the anniversary of the “Military First” policy initiated by Kim Jong Un's father, the late Kim Jong Il, and the priority position the military continues to enjoy in North Korea was on full display. Mass dancing demonstrations – a holiday ...

Kim orders sub with multiple SLBM launchers

Korea JoongAng Daily - ‎22 hours ago‎
The North's official Korean Central News Agency and Rodong Sinmun reported that Kim “visited the dangerous launching test sites some 10 times, holding discussions and resolving issues, to achieve that short moment that the ballistic missile flies.

North Korea threw a massive dance party to celebrate a successful missile launch

Quartz - ‎15 hours ago‎
But the exercises appeared to have heightened tensions between North and South Korea: Soon after, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un orchestrated a test of its submarine-launched ballistic missiles in what appeared to be a warning to Washington and ...

North Korean athletes face being sent to coal mines after falling short of Kim Jong-un's Rio Olympics medal target

India TV - ‎Aug 25, 2016‎
Having failed to fulfil their supreme leader's expectations of at least five gold medals in Rio Olympics, North Korean athletes are faced with the possibility of being sent down to the coal mines. Kim Jong-unhad ordered the head of the nation's sports ...

North Korea calls on troops for combat readiness

UPI.com - ‎17 hours ago‎
U.S. soldiers and vehicles prepare to participate in the Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercises near the inter-Korean border in Paju, north of Seoul on Monday. North Korea's Kim Jong Un reportedly called for combat readiness near the demilitarized zone in an ...

China joins UN in condemning North Korea ballistic missile tests

BBC News - ‎5 hours ago‎
China has joined the 14 other members of the UN Security Council in strongly condemning North Korea for test-firing ballistic missiles. The Security Council issued a unanimous statement, agreeing to take "significant measures" in response to the latest ...

The UN slams North Korea over latest ballistic missile launches

Business Insider - ‎6 hours ago‎
North Korea North Korean leader Kim Jong Un guides Korean People's Army (KPA) military drills, in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang on February 21, 2016. REUTERS/KCNA. UNITED ...

The death of a North Korean king?

NK News - ‎Aug 25, 2016‎
Being the unoriginal thug that he is, Kim Jong Un only knows two ways to respond to dissent – killing people and taking hostages. The boy king is afraid. And he is right to be. As much as people romanticize the individual, and even more so the ...

North Korea submarine missiles not ready until 2018—experts

Inquirer.net - ‎3 hours ago‎
... a South Korean army soldier watches a TV news program showing images published in North Korea's Rodong Sinmun newspaper of North Korea's ballistic missile believed to have been launched from underwater and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, ...

UN condemns four North Korean ballistic missile launches

New York Daily News - ‎4 hours ago‎
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (center) laughing as he inspects a test-fire of strategic submarine-launched ballistic missile at an undisclosed location. (KNS/AFP/Getty Images). In Pyongyang, North Korean Foreign Ministry official Jon Min Dok told ...

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