Did Iran Secretly Help North Korea?

North Korea’s sudden advancement in developing nuclear weapons may be due to secret support from Iran, the British Sunday Telegraph reports. Read more

Ex-Israeli Intelligence Chief: Trump Should Attack North Korea If He Can

United States President Donald Trump “should attack North Korea preemptively,” Former IDF intelligence chief Amos Yadlin said in an interview on Israeli radio on Sunday. Read more

North Korea Fires Missile In Direction of Japan

North Korea fired a missile that may have landed within 230 miles of Japan’s coast, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said. Read more

Family of David Sneddon, Missing US Student, Says North Korea Kidnapped Him

The parents of an American college student who disappeared in China in 2004 said they are convinced their son was kidnapped by the North Korean regime to teach English and is alive inside the Hermit Kingdom — citing a plethora of circumstantial evidence collected over the years indicating an abduction. Read more

Otto Warmbier, US Student Freed From North Korea, Has Died

The American student held captive in North Korea has died less than a week after his return to the U.S., according to his family. Read more

US Accuses Chinese Company of Money Laundering For North Korea

HONG KONG – The U.S. has moved to seize nearly $2 million from a Chinese company that it says laundered money for North Korea. Read more

American Student Released From North Korea Prison Is Reportedly In A Coma

US secretary of state Rex Tillerson said on Tuesday that North Korea had released Otto Warmbier, an American serving a 15-year prison term with hard labor for alleged anti-state acts, as reports emerged that the 22-year-old has been in a coma for as long as a year. Read more

Russia Probes Mysterious Death of Two North Korean Workers In Moscow Hotel

Five days after two North Koreans died at their lodgings in a hotel in the west of Moscow, speculation is growing in the Russian tabloids about the pair’s cause of death. Read more

U.S. Flies B-1 Bombers Over Korean Peninsula In Show Of Force To North Korea

Seoul – Two U.S. B-1B bombers were deployed over the Korean peninsula on Monday during a joint drill with South Korea’s air force, South Korea’s ministry said. Read more

N. Korea Threatens Israel After Liberman Calls Kim A Madman

North Korea threatened to punish Israel and accused Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman on Saturday of “rash and malicious” statements that insulted its leadership, after he criticized the Asian nation and called its leadership “extremist and insane.” Read more