N.Koreans protest S.Korean authorities and ‘defectors from the North’ | AFP

People in North Korea take to the streets in an organised march against South Korean authorities and “defectors from the North” on Monday. Large groups of young men and women parade down the street with fists raised as a car with loudspeakers follows. On Tuesday, state media reported that North Korea will cut military and political communication links to South Korea, after threats over activists sending anti-Pyongyang leaflets over the border. +ATTN CLIENTS : ORDINARY NORTH KOREANS CONSISTENTLY VOICE UNEQUIVOCAL SUPPORT FOR THE LEADERSHIP AND ITS POLICIES WHEN SPEAKING TO FOREIGN MEDIA+

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N.Koreans watch news report of event where Kim appeared | AFP

North Koreans at a Pyongyang street watch a television news report on the opening of a fertiliser factory which Kim Jong Un had attended, according to state media. The public appearance was Kim’s first in nearly three weeks after intense speculation that he was seriously ill or possibly dead.

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Mass rally in Pyongyang after Kim threatens ‘new’ weapon | AFP

North Koreans gather for a mass rally in Pyongyang days after Kim Jong Un declared an end to moratoriums on nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile tests and threatened a demonstration of a “new strategic weapon” soon.

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North Koreans celebrate New Year | AFP

People in the North Korean capital Pyongyang, celebrate the New Year with a firework display, ice sculptures and musical performances. IMAGES

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North Korea mourns former leader Kim Jong Il | AFP

North Koreans bow their heads and lay bouquets of flowers at Mansu Hill in Pyongyang to mark the 8th anniversary of Kim Jong Il’s death. from 16 and 17 December 2019N°1N46M7

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North Koreans celebrate Kim Jong Il anniversary | AFP

Dancing parties are held across North Korea in celebration of the 22nd anniversary of Kim Jong Il’s election as general secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK).

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Among the believers in North Korea’s ‘holy land’ | AFP

Every year 100,000 or more North Koreans are taken on study tours to the sacred Mount Paektu – a dormant volcano straddling the border with China that has long been considered the spiritual birthplace of the country.

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Total recall: North Koreans perform feats of memory | AFP

How good is your memory? Pang Un Sim from North Korea can memorise more than 5000 numbers in order, or an entire deck of playing cards in less than 18 seconds.

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Lost lessons: N. Koreans get ‘re-education’ in the South | AFP

North Koreans who escape from their impoverished country often struggle in the South from a lack of basic knowledge. Wooridul School in Seoul is a special-purpose academy which offers defectors free education.

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North Koreans attend Kimjongilia flower festival

While many around the world may be offering red roses for Valentine’s Day, North Koreans attend an annual festival featuring more than 30 thousand Kimjongilia, a large red flower created to honour the country’s former leader Kim Jong Il. The festival is part of a series of events being held in the run-up to the so-called ‘Day of the Shining Star,’ which marks Kim Jong Il’s birthday on 16th February.

What Happens To North Korean Defectors After They Escape

More than 1,000 North Koreans try to escape the country every year. They risk being killed, imprisoned, or trafficked, as they escape through China, Mongolia, and different regions of southeast Asia. This is Yeon Mi Park. She escaped North Korea when she was just 13 years old.

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North Korea Shows Trump in New Light Post-Summit

North Koreans are getting a new look at President Donald Trump after his summit with Kim Jong Un and it’s a far cry from the ‘Dotard’ label their government slapped on him last year. But how long will it last? (June 14)

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What the U.S.-North Korea Negotiations Might Look Like, Simulated (HBO)

The historic summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un is over and one of the few substantive points to come out of their joint statement is for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and a “high-level” North Korean official to lead, “follow-on negotiations.”

They’re supposed to occur at the “earliest possible date,” and drive toward a blandly-stated goal: “implement the outcomes” of the Singapore meeting.

What do these early rounds of diplomacy look like for negotiators on both sides? To figure this out, VICE News asked four experienced American diplomats to simulate a real negotiation.

“The North Koreans don’t negotiate the way we do,” explained Gov. Bill Richardson, a former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. In our simulation, he’s representing North Korea. “They don’t believe in concessions or compromises.”

Joining Gov. Richardson to represent the North Korean side was Ambassador Joseph DeTrani — who, in real life, served as Special Envoy to North Korea for the six-party talks starting in 2003.

On the other side, Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins, a former coordinator for threat reduction programs at the State Department, negotiated for the U.S. So did Ambassador Robert Gallucci, who was the chief negotiator with North Korea during the 1994 nuclear crisis.
They showed us that when it comes to denuclearizing a peninsula, every word matters.

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North Koreans In Los Angeles Are Facing Discrimintation—In Koreatown (HBO)

North Koreans living in Los Angeles had a lot to worry about, even before the Trump-Kim summit was announced.

Los Angeles’ Koreatown hosts the largest population of North Koreans in the United States. But while iving in an area where so many residents also speak their language can make easing into American society less daunting, they can also face discrimination — from other Koreans.

“Some North Koreans, they hide the fact that they’re from North Korea,” says Sarah Cho, founder of an organization that helps defectors start their new lives in the US. She says that while many South Koreans are curious and helpful to newly arrived North Korean immigrants, others can be abusive.

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CrossTalk on North Korea: Summit or no summit?

Summit or no summit – that is the question. North Korea’s threat of a no-show in Singapore on June 12 is a reminder to Washington that North Korea will not merely cave to American demands – or should I say John Bolton’s demands. If there is going to be an agreement, it will take time and patience. Do the Americans and the North Koreans have enough of either?

CrossTalking with Myung-Koo Kang, Jenny Town, and Kevin Martin.

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