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Instant noodles are a prized food item in North Korea eaten on special occasions, a North Korean defector says.
Tokyo says North Korean claims are "unacceptable," following a statement from the North Korean foreign ministry claiming the issue of abducted Japanese citizens has been resolved.
North Korea held a discussion of COVID-19 related "emergency quarantine projects" during a Kim Jong Un-led meeting, but state media made no mention of the recent killing of a South Korean civilian.
North Korea has discovered “faults” in its anti-epidemic measures, its state news media reported on Wednesday, days after the country apologized for killing a South Korean official found adrift near the disputed western sea border with South Korea.
Beijing has long avoided paying any kind of price for its acquiescence to the Kim regime’s games.
North Korea held a Covid-19 meeting Tuesday led by Kim Jong Un to discuss pandemic measures. The country has yet to confirm a single coronavirus case (Source: QuickTake)
North Korea is calling on the world’s governments to “display effective leadership” in the fight against COVID-19
South Korea’s daily coronavirus increase was the lowest in about 50 days Tuesday as new infections trend lower. Many experts have warned, however, that the virus could spread again after this week’s traditional Chuseok autumn holidays,
The first pair of enforcers were waiting at the temperature check before baggage claim at the airport in China's western Xinjiang region. "Passports," they said as the three foreign journalists came off a domestic flight from Beijing this month.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has apologized to the family of a civilian government official shot and killed by North Korean troops last week along a maritime border. President Moon offered the official’s family “words of deep condolences” during a meeting with his senior aides in Seoul Monday.