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North Korean official criticises US for expanding support for Ukraine

The Irish Times 24 Jun 2024
Washington and Seoul increasingly alarmed by deepening military co-operation between Russia and Pyongyang. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ad Russia’s president Vladimir Putin in Pyongyang ... Moscow and Pyongyang have denied any arms transfer.
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North Korean official criticizes US for expanding support for Ukraine

Hong Kong Standard 24 Jun 2024
Washington and Seoul have been increasingly alarmed by deepening military cooperation between Russia and the North and have accused them of violating international laws by trading in arms for Russia to use against Ukraine.
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Shaman Kim Jong Un and his rise

Asiatimes 22 Jun 2024
Dispatched by President Barack Obama on a secret 2011 visit to Pyongyang to propose resumption of disarmament negotiations, DeTrani met Jang Song Thaek, second in command in Pyongyang and the brother in law of then-leader Kim Jong Il.
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Vladimir Putin welcomed to North Korea for defence talks

RTE 19 Jun 2024
"Moscow and Pyongyang will likely continue to deny violations of international law but have notably shifted from hiding their illicit activities to flaunting their cooperation," said Leif-Eric Easley, a professor at Ewha University in Seoul.
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Putin in North Korea, with new treaty in focus

Beijing News 18 Jun 2024
'Moscow and Pyongyang will likely continue to deny violations of international law but have notably shifted from hiding their illicit activities to flaunting their cooperation,' said Leif-Eric Easley, a professor at Ewha University in Seoul.
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Putin to arrive in North Korea, with new treaty in focus

Beijing News 18 Jun 2024
'Moscow and Pyongyang will likely continue to deny violations of international law but have notably shifted from hiding their illicit activities to flaunting their cooperation,' said Leif-Eric Easley, a professor at Ewha University in Seoul.
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N. Korea's vice public security minister leaves for Russia

Korea Times 11 Jun 2024
A North Korean delegation, headed by Vice Public Security Minister Ri Song-chol, left Pyongyang the previous day to visit Russia, the Korean Central News Agency said in a one-sentence dispatch, without disclosing details about the itinerary.
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S. Korea fires warning shots after N. Korea soldiers briefly cross border

Guam Pacific Daily News 11 Jun 2024
According to a United Nations report, Pyongyang enacted a law in 2020 to punish anyone possessing or distributing a large amount of South Korean media content with life imprisonment or even the death penalty.
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Gunfire on Korean border as Kim Jong Un

The Daily Mail 11 Jun 2024
According to a United Nations report, Pyongyang enacted a law in 2020 to punish anyone possessing or distributing a large amount of South Korean media content with life imprisonment or even the death penalty.
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Seoul says will resume loudspeaker propaganda against North

Guam Pacific Daily News 09 Jun 2024
South Korea announced Sunday that it would resume loudspeaker propaganda campaigns against the North, after Pyongyang sent a fresh barrage of trash-filled balloons across the border ... Pyongyang sent ...
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North Korea sends trash-carrying balloons again: Seoul military

The Peninsula 08 Jun 2024
Pyongyang announced a ... Last year, South Korea's Constitutional Court struck down a 2020 law that criminalised the sending of anti-Pyongyang propaganda, calling it an undue limitation on free speech.
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South Korea on alert for more trash balloons from the North

Hong Kong Standard 08 Jun 2024
Pyongyang announced a ... Last year, South Korea's Constitutional Court struck down a 2020 law that criminalised the sending of anti-Pyongyang propaganda, calling it an undue limitation on free speech.
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N.Korea again sends trash balloons to South: Seoul military

Guam Pacific Daily News 08 Jun 2024
Pyongyang said it would ... Last year, South Korea's Constitutional Court struck down a 2020 law that criminalised the sending of anti-Pyongyang propaganda, calling it an undue limitation on free speech.
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North Korea’s trash balloons deepen tensions with the South. Here’s what’s happening between rivals

Asahi News 05 Jun 2024
In 2023, the South Korean Constitutional Court struck down a contentious law that criminalized anti-Pyongyang balloon flying. The court called the law an excessive restriction on free speech.
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Seoul fully suspends inter-Korean military pact over trash balloons

The Peninsula 04 Jun 2024
According to a United Nations report, Pyongyang enacted a law in 2020 to punish anyone possessing or distributing a large amount of media content from the South with life imprisonment or even the death penalty.
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