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North Korea accidentally reveals it has just 28 websites - The Straits Times

North Korea accidentally reveals it has just 28 websitesThe Straits TimesWASHINGTON (WASHINGTON POST) - North Korea, like many countries, has its own country code top-level domain name. This means any Web address that ends with ".kp" is linked to the notoriously isolated nation, much like addresses that end with ".de" ...and more »

US: Bomber flew close to North Korean border amid standoff - Belleville News-Democrat;

US: Bomber flew close to North Korean border amid standoff - Belleville News-Democrat

Belleville News-DemocratUS: Bomber flew close to North Korean border amid standoffBelleville News-DemocratA South Korean army special forces soldier breaks bottles with his hand during the Naktong River Battle re-enactment in Waegwan, South Korea, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016. South Korean Defense Ministry reenacted one of the important battles as part of ...and more »

North Korea accidentally revealed it has just 28 websites on the .kp domain - Stars and Stripes;

North Korea accidentally revealed it has just 28 websites on the .kp domain - Stars and Stripes

Stars and StripesNorth Korea accidentally revealed it has just 28 websites on the .kp domainStars and StripesThe homepage of the Korean Central News Agency website, one of only 28 on the .kp domain. Email; Print; Reddit; Tweet; Share; Google; More. By Adam Taylor | The Washington Post | Published: September 21, 2016. North Korea, like many countries, has ...and more »

China probes company accused of North Korea trade violations - The Olympian

China probes company accused of North Korea trade violationsThe OlympianIn this Thursday, March 17, 2016 photo, cargo trucks and other vehicles wait at a border checkpoint to cross into North Korea in Dandong in northeastern China's Liaoning Province. Chinese authorities are investigating a company that researchers say ...and more »

US: Bomber flew close to North Korean border amid standoff - Daily Mail;

US: Bomber flew close to North Korean border amid standoff - Daily Mail

Daily MailUS: Bomber flew close to North Korean border amid standoffDaily MailSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The U.S. military said at least one of its supersonic bombers that flew over South Korea earlier this week in a display of military power approached the border with North Korea. The flight will likely anger North Korea, which ...and more »

Strategic bombers made closest-ever flight to N. Korea: US military - Yonhap News;

Strategic bombers made closest-ever flight to N. Korea: US military - Yonhap News

Yonhap NewsStrategic bombers made closest-ever flight to N. Korea: US militaryYonhap NewsSEOUL, Sept. 22 (Yonhap) -- Two U.S. Air Force B-1B strategic bombers this week made the closest-ever flight to North Korea to warn the communist country against any further provocations, the U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM) said Thursday. North Korea ...and more »

White House: China has obligation to prevent exports of banned items to N. Korea 'even if it's pencil' - Yonhap News;

White House: China has obligation to prevent exports of banned items to N. Korea 'even if it's pencil' - Yonhap News

Yonhap NewsWhite House: China has obligation to prevent exports of banned items to N. Korea 'even if it's pencil'Yonhap NewsWASHINGTON, Sept. 21 (Yonhap) -- China has an obligation to prevent the export to North Korea of items banned under U.N. Security Council resolutions, a senior White House official said, following revelations that a Chinese conglomerate has shipped to ...and more »

China probes company accused of North Korea trade violations - Daily News & Analysis;

China probes company accused of North Korea trade violations - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisChina probes company accused of North Korea trade violationsDaily News & AnalysisChinese authorities are investigating a company that researchers say sold North Korea materials that can be used by its growing nuclear weapons program in a crackdown that reflects Beijing's growing frustration with its isolated neighbour.and more »

Hongxiang Industrial investigated for Pyongyang deals - Hong Kong Standard (press release)

Hongxiang Industrial investigated for Pyongyang dealsHong Kong Standard (press release)Authorities in China are investigating a company that researchers say sold North Korea materials that can be used for its nuclear weapons program. The announcement about Hongxiang Industrial Development Co. in Dandong, a northeastern border city in ...and more »

North Korea permits 28 websites on its internet — Reddit users crashed them all - Digital Trends;

North Korea permits 28 websites on its internet — Reddit users crashed them all - Digital Trends

Digital TrendsNorth Korea permits 28 websites on its internet — Reddit users crashed them allDigital TrendsHeavy interest by Reddit users overloaded North Korean websites, after the domain name server (DNS) list for the country's public internet websites was inadvertently revealed for the first time, according to the Mirror. Only 28 websites with the “.kp ...and more »

B-1B Lancer makes closest flight ever to North Korea - Stripes Korea;

B-1B Lancer makes closest flight ever to North Korea - Stripes Korea

Stripes KoreaB-1B Lancer makes closest flight ever to North KoreaStripes KoreaROK F-15K Slam Eagle pilots are greeted by U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Thomas W. Bergeson, 7th Air Force Commander, following a landing of the B1-B Lancer at Osan Air Base, ROK, Sept. 21, 2016. ROKAF F-15s and U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons ...and more »

S. Korean FM calls for U.N. Security Council to take 'meaningful action' about N.K. human rights abuses - Yonhap News;

S. Korean FM calls for U.N. Security Council to take 'meaningful action' about N.K. human rights abuses - Yonhap News

Yonhap NewsS. Korean FM calls for U.N. Security Council to take 'meaningful action' about N.K. human rights abusesYonhap NewsNEW YORK, Sept. 22 (Yonhap) -- The U.N. Security Council should go beyond simply discussing North Korea's human rights violations and take "meaningful action," South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se said Thursday, as the council is considering ...and more »

S.Africa urges DPRK to adhere to UN Security Council-mandated obligations - Cosumnes Connection (subscription);

S.Africa urges DPRK to adhere to UN Security Council-mandated obligations - Cosumnes Connection (subscription)

Cosumnes Connection (subscription)S.Africa urges DPRK to adhere to UN Security Council-mandated obligationsCosumnes Connection (subscription)According to the Huffington Post, South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Beyung-se warned that North Korea had made significant progress in their developments of the nuclear bomb, despite United Nations sanctions. SEOUL, South Korea - North Korea claims ...and more »

(LEAD) Park vows to focus on new, strong sanctions to end Pyongyang's obsession with nukes - Yonhap News;

(LEAD) Park vows to focus on new, strong sanctions to end Pyongyang's obsession with nukes - Yonhap News

Yonhap News(LEAD) Park vows to focus on new, strong sanctions to end Pyongyang's obsession with nukesYonhap NewsSEOUL, Sept. 22 (Yonhap) -- South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Thursday vowed to focus on crafting "new and strong" international sanctions against Pyongyang, saying Seoul will do all it takes to end North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's "maniacal" ...and more »

North Korea foreign minister defends nuclear test at summit - Cosumnes Connection (subscription)

North Korea foreign minister defends nuclear test at summitCosumnes Connection (subscription)DPRK is the acronym of the North's official name: the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Its recommendations include further restrictions on imports and exports of coal, iron and precious metals and the prohibition of oil exports to North Korea ...and more »

White House: China has obligation to prevent exports of banned items to N. Korea 'even if it's pencil' - Yonhap News;

White House: China has obligation to prevent exports of banned items to N. Korea 'even if it's pencil' - Yonhap News

Yonhap NewsWhite House: China has obligation to prevent exports of banned items to N. Korea 'even if it's pencil'Yonhap NewsWASHINGTON, Sept. 21 (Yonhap) -- China has an obligation to prevent the export to North Korea of items banned under U.N. Security Council resolutions, a senior White House official said, following revelations that a Chinese conglomerate has shipped to ...and more »

North Korea 'tests new high-powered rocket engine' - Cosumnes Connection (subscription);

North Korea 'tests new high-powered rocket engine' - Cosumnes Connection (subscription)

Cosumnes Connection (subscription)North Korea 'tests new high-powered rocket engine'Cosumnes Connection (subscription)The Asian country could soon be launching a satellite, the country's official Central News Agency (KCNA) reported. United States prosecutors have also pointed that there is enough evidence that would pin Ma for her involvement in North Korea's nuclear ...and more »

South Korea says new UN resolution on North should close loopholes - Cosumnes Connection (subscription);

South Korea says new UN resolution on North should close loopholes - Cosumnes Connection (subscription)

Cosumnes Connection (subscription)South Korea says new UN resolution on North should close loopholesCosumnes Connection (subscription)North Korea said on Sunday a push for further sanctions following its latest nuclear test was "laughable", and vowed to continue to strengthen its nuclear power. Sung Kim, the US State Department's special representative for North Korea policy, said ...and more »

US jets fly over South Korea in show of force - Cosumnes Connection (subscription)

US jets fly over South Korea in show of forceCosumnes Connection (subscription)Beijing's official People's Daily newspaper on Wednesday called the United States a troublemaker and said it has no right to lecture China about taking responsibility for reining in North Korea as tensions on the peninsula are a direct result of us ...and more »

North Korea's internet only has 28 websites - The Week Magazine

North Korea's internet only has 28 websitesThe Week MagazineA misconfiguration in one of North Korea's nameservers Monday night briefly gave the world a glimpse into what the internet looks like in the Hermit Kingdom. Turns out, there wasn't much to see: Across the entire country, there are apparently only 28 ...and more »