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NK sentences US student to 15 years' hard labor
North Korea on Wednesday sentenced an American student who admitted stealing a propaganda banner from a hotel to 15 years' hard labor for subversive activities, state media said.
 
South Korean firms which operated factories in a now-shuttered joint economic zone in North Korea held a rally Wednesday near the border, demanding proper compensation from Seoul.
 
North Korea sentences US tourist to 15 years in prison
North Korea's highest court sentenced an American tourist to 15 years in prison with hard labor on Wednesday for subversion. He allegedly attempted to steal a propaganda banner from a restricted area of his hotel at the request of an acquaintance who wanted to hang it in her church.
 
N. Korea's Kim orders nuclear warhead test, missile launches
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered an upcoming nuclear warhead test and multiple ballistic missile launches, escalating Pyongyang's face-off with the international community just days after being slapped with tough U.N. sanctions.
 
Game not over? Human Go champion Lee Sedol says Google's Go-playing program AlphaGo is not yet superior to humans, despite its 4:1 victory in a match that ended Tuesday.
 
N. Korea leader orders nuclear warhead test, missile launches
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has ordered an upcoming nuclear warhead test and multiple ballistic missile launches, escalating Pyongyang's face-off with the international community just days after being slapped with tough UN sanctions.
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North Korea on Sunday blasted Seoul's accusation that Pyongyang had launched a series of cyber attacks targeting South Korean government officials, calling the allegation a "bullshit" fabrication.
 
N. Korea warns pre-emptive strikes on South
North Korea said Saturday its military is ready to pre-emptively attack and "liberate" the South if it sees signs that American and South Korean troops involved in annual joint military drills are attempting to invade the North.
 
The U.N. commissioner who investigated human rights in North Korea on Friday recommended establishing a panel of experts to study how crimes against humanity in the reclusive state can be punished.
 
The World Trade Organization on Friday ruled partially in favor of South Korea in its dispute with the United States over duties Washington imposes on imported washing machines.
 
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