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Latest North Korea Items
The FBI and Homeland Security have issued a nationwide warning about al Qaeda threats to small airplanes, just days before the anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks.
A rusty cargo ship festooned with welcome banners arrived Wednesday at North Korea's Diamond Mountain resort to mark the launch of tours from China that snub Seoul and aim to replace suspended South Korean trips.
If the bipartisan supercommittee assembled by Congress fails to agree on more than a trillion dollars in deficit reduction before Thanksgiving, federal spending will be slashed by that same amount in indiscriminate, across-the-board cuts. Fully half of those cuts would come out of defense.
FIFA has suspended five members of North Korea's Women's World Cup team who tested positive for prohibited substances and banned them from the 2015 tournament.
FIFA banned North Korea from the 2015 Women's World Cup after five players tested positive for steroids from traditional musk deer gland therapy at the tournament last month.
A bomb planted in a child's tricycle exploded outside a shop in northwestern Pakistan on Thursday, killing at least eight people and damaging several stores and hotels, police said.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-il left Russia aboard his armored train late Thursday, crossing into Manchuria in China's northeast a day after pushing for a return to discussions on his country's nuclear program.
North Korea is ready to impose a moratorium on nuclear missile tests if international talks on its nuclear program resume, a spokesman for Russia's president said Wednesday after talks between the two countries' leaders at a Siberian military base.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-il says his country is ready to impose a nuclear test and production moratorium if international talks on its atomic program resume, in Pyongyang's latest ploy to restart aid-for-disarmament talks.