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North Korean Soldiers Ordered To Steal Corn For Imminent War

Soldiers starving under the totalitarian regime in North Korea have been ordered to steal corn so that they may prepare themselves for an “imminent war.” Army officers have given their malnourished soldiers permission to raid the crops of farmers so they can have enough food and energy for war. Starving soldiers have also recently admitted…

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North Korean Hackers Targeted US Military

North Korea continues to ramp up tensions between themselves and the United States. Now there are reports stating that the rogue regime is using hackers to target US military contractors in July – specifically those working in missile defense in South Korea. According to the report, the organization responsible for the hacking, has collaborated with…

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North Korean Submarines’ ‘Unusual Activity’ Alarms The US

The United States military has detected “highly unusual and unprecedented levels” of North Korean submarine activity. They also claim there is evidence of a submarine “ejection test.” An ejection test examines a missile’s “cold-launch system,” which uses high-pressure steam to propel a missile out of the launch canister into the air before its engines ignite.…

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North Korea Releases American Prisoner, Said to be in Coma

American university student Otto Warmbier has been released after 17 months of captivity in North Korea, but he is in a coma and in need of immediate medical treatment, a former U.S. official said Tuesday. “Otto has been in a coma for over a year now and urgently needs proper medical care in the United…

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Biting the Hand That Feeds: North Korea Threatens China (Video)

Pyongyang issued a warning to China through commentary written by a person named Jong Phil on its official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA). “An angry and provocative op-ed slamming what until recently was considered North Korea’s shadow advocate in the region, suggests a level of growing desperation at the top echelons of NK’s government, and…

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