» 08/03/2012, 00.00
NORTH KOREA - CHINA
Floods push Pyongyang to ask for international aid
North Korea has been denied international aid because of its military provocations and nuclear programme, but heavy rains in July killed 119 people, leaving tens of thousands of people homeless. Rather than worry about his people, Kim Jong-un entertains top Chinese official at a state dinner in his first diplomatic foray.
04/07/2007 NORTH KOREA
Kim Jong-il tells parties to follow through on nuclear pledges
‘Dear leader’ uses conciliatory comments in his meeting with Chinese foreign minister. He mentions easing of tensions on the peninsula and calls for following through on pledges with regard to February agreement on supplying fuel to North Korea. IAIE plans a visit to Yongbyon.
21/11/2006 NORTH KOREA
Kim Jong-il: world's most professional blackmailer
The North Korean bomb is causing concern, not only because its possible use, but also because it has inflicted a serious blow to the non-proliferation treaty, the only legal instrument available at international level to prevent the spread of the deadly weapons.
24/09/2004 NORTH KOREA
Atomic Agency calls on Pyongyang to again allow inspections
South Korean company sold materials that can be used in chemical weapons to North Korea.
North Korean television broadcasts images of Kim Jong-il's remains
Today, successor to Kim Jong-un pays tribute to his father's remains, along with military leaders and party members. But international fear is mounting of a power struggle that would open a period of instability in the region. Crowds of thousands weep and cry as a sign of mourning. Seoul has decided to send official condolences to Pyongyang. At the same time, it enhances the security on the border with the North and China. The United States augurs a "path of peace" for the country.
13/10/2010 NORTH KOREA – CHINA
Beijing to protect Kim Jong-il’s first-born
Kim Jong-nam, the deal leader’s first son, fell from grade in 2001 and now lives in Macau. In recent days, he criticised the regime’s dynastic succession, causing the ire of his brother Kim Jong-un, official heir to North Korea’s dictator.
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