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Topic - Kim Jong
Dennis Rodman wants to belly up to the bar with some friends and order a shot of peace talks.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was awarded an honorary doctorate in economics this month from a university in Malaysia, touching off a round of criticism from those who point with wonder at his nation's poverty and starvation rates.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman returned from a visit with his self-described lifelong buddy, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, this weekend and promptly let slip a closely guarded secret about the dictator's baby — her name.
North Korea's official news agency says former NBA star Dennis Rodman has met leader Kim Jong-un on his second visit to the country.
Former basketball star Dennis Rodman touched down in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Tuesday, prepared for a second meeting with the dictator he dubs his friend, Kim Jong-un.
Kim Jong-un's ex-girlfriend, a singer, was among a dozen well-known performers who were executed by firing squad nine days ago, South Korean media reported.
While some analysts say Beijing's ties to North Korea remain strong, Mr. Kim, the Seoul professor, said there are signs that China's new president is open to the alternative of creating "a much friendlier and closer relationship" with South Korea and the appearance that Seoul is ready to welcome such a development.
In the wake of United Nations sanctions due to Pyongyang's nuclear test in February, Mr. Kim has declared a "state of war" against America and South Korea.