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After seven police officers carted off his books and computer disks, Kim Seung-kyu endured eight marathon interrogation sessions with chain-smoking investigators. His crime: glorifying North Korea.
The Washington Times published a great article on the little-known topic of the Jeju Island naval base, but it contains one oft-repeated statement that should be corrected ("U.S. base tests dueling interests in S. Korea," Page I, Thursday).
"Try it. Go ahead, stick your finger in!"
North Korea's leader-in-waiting Kim Jong-un began a visit to China on Friday, according to media reports here, a trip seen as signifying Beijing's approval of the North's succession process.
North Korea is responsible for the disruption of GPS signals in some part of South Korea's capital region last week that caused malfunctions in mobile phones, media reports quoted officials as saying on Sunday.
Unidentified attackers targeted more than two dozen South Korean government and private websites Saturday, a day after two waves of similar attacks, but officials reported no serious damage.
North Korea's development of nuclear weapons and long-range missiles poses a direct threat to the United States, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said Tuesday.
North Korea, which has conducted two nuclear tests in the past, on Saturday welcomed the new year with calls for a Korean Peninsula free of nuclear weapons, better ties with rival South Korea and a promise to boost its military strength.
A South Korean destroyer prowled the sea and fighter jets screamed across the skies Tuesday in preparation for possible North Korean attacks a day after the South staged provocative artillery drills on an island the North shelled last month.