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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - State-Run Korean Central News Agency
With no one else on the ballot, state media reported Monday that supreme leader Kim Jong Un was not only elected to the highest legislative body in North Korea, he won with the unanimous approval of his district, which had 100 percent turnout.
North Korea announced Saturday that an American detained for nearly six months is being tried in the Supreme Court on charges of plotting to overthrow the government, a crime that could draw the death penalty if he is convicted.
A North Korean agency has announced it is considering delaying the launch of a long-range rocket this month that would commemorate the first anniversary of the death of longtime leader Kim Jung-il and violate international law.
A North Korean agency has announced it is considering delaying a long-range rocket launch this month that would commemorate the first anniversary of the death of longtime leader Kim Jong-il and violate international law.
Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh took the stage in North Korea during a concert for new leader Kim Jong-un, in an unusual — and unauthorized — performance featuring Disney characters.
Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh took the stage in North Korea during a concert for new leader Kim Jong Un, in an unusual _ and unauthorized _ performance featuring Disney characters.
Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh took the stage in North Korea during a concert for new leader Kim Jong Un in an unusual performance featuring Disney characters.
Millions of North Korean children are not getting the food, medicine or health care they need to develop physically or mentally, leaving many stunted and malnourished, a report from the United Nations says.
Defiant North Korea fueled up a rocket Wednesday in preparation for what now appears to be an imminent liftoff while the country's young leader strengthened his grip on power with a new title making him the nation's top political official.
It's a simple scene that repeats itself around the world.
An exhibit that opened Thursday offered New Yorkers a rare glimpse of life inside North Korea, including children singing in a theater, stark views of Pyongyang at dusk and North Koreans bowing before a monument of the nation's founder, Kim Il Sung.