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North Korea Controls Its People by Keeping Them in The Dark About The Country's History - Radio Free Asia

A group of children pose for a group photo under the statues of late North Korean leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il on the 75th anniversary of the birth of Kim Jong Il, at Mansudae hill in Pyongyang, Feb. 16, 2017. AFP. It is widely known that the ...and more »

Malaysia expels North Korea ambassador over Kim Jong-nam killing - The Guardian

Kang Chol given 48 hours to leave country after a break in diplomatic relations over assassination of Kim Jong-un's half-brother. Agence France-Presse in Kuala Lumpur. Sun 5 Mar 2017 09.36 EST Last modified on Mon 27 Nov 2017 23.18 EST. Share on ...and more »

Kim Jong-nam death: North Korea and Malaysia in tit-for-tat travel bans - The Guardian

Two countries ban each other's citizens from leaving in row following killing of the North Korean leader's half-brother. Oliver Holmes, Southeast Asia correspondent. Tue 7 Mar 2017 05.37 EST First published on Mon 6 Mar 2017 22.18 EST. Share on ...and more »

Kim Jong-nam death: police seek North Korean airline employee - The Guardian

Malaysian police issue arrest warrant for Air Koryo employee who they say arrived in country two weeks before attack on Kim. Oliver Holmes, South-east Asia correspondent. Fri 3 Mar 2017 05.32 EST First published on Fri 3 Mar 2017 04.42 EST. Share on ...and more »

Could the murder of Kim Jong-nam land North Korea back on a US terror list? - Christian Science Monitor

March 5, 2017 —The United States is mulling whether to place North Korea back on a list of nations that support terrorism, following the suspected assassination of the half-brother of the North's leader, Kim Jong-un, in a Malaysian airport last month ...and more »

North Korea takes 11 Malaysians hostage - The Economist

GOVERNMENTS often expel foreigners who enrage them. North Korea offers a worse fate: not being allowed to leave. On March 7th authorities in Pyongyang, the capital, said that 11 Malaysian citizens living in North Korea would be prevented from flying ...and more »

Ask a North Korean: Why does North Korea use such a unique calendar? - NK News

Every week, we ask a North Korean your questions, giving you the chance to learn more about the country we know so little about. Today's question is: I heard that you don't use the western solar calendar but count the years from the day on which Kim Il ...and more »

The Mysterious Death and Life of Kim Jong Nam - TIME

The cavernous terminal 2 departure hall at Kuala Lumpur International Airport was filled with its usual morning clutter of giddy vacationers and harried businesspeople. Mothers helped children to overpriced bowls of noodle soup, while backpackers ...and more »

Malaysia blames North Korea for Kim Jong Nam's death - CNN

(CNN) For the first time, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has directly accused North Korea of murdering Kim Jong Nam. It comes amid a deepening diplomatic row over the February killing of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half-brother at Kuala ...and more »

Kim's Killer Chemicals, Spread Far and Wide, Could Target the US - Daily Beast

North Korea used a weapon of mass destruction, VX nerve agent, to murder one man in Malaysia last month, settling an old family feud. But that is not the only time the regime in Pyongyang has been linked to the use of deadly chemicals. In Syria in 2013 ...and more »