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North Korea may delay nuclear test until end of China's party congress: experts

Korea Times 29 Jul 2022
North Korea may postpone ... North Korea ... North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, right, shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping at Pyongyang Sunan International Airport in Pyongyang, North Korea, in this June 20, 2019, file photo provided by the official Korean Central News Agency.
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North Korea slams US-South Korea-Japan military cooperation

Ravalli Republic 03 Jul 2022
North Korea has long cited what it calls hostility by the United States and its allies as a reason to pursue a nuclear program. Sunday's statement comes as North Korea’s neighbors say the country is ready for its first nuclear test in five years as part of its provocative run of weapons tests this year ... North Korea has rejected the U.S.
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Yoon heads home after attending NATO summit in Spain

Korea Times 01 Jul 2022
South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol, alongside his wife Kim Keon-hee, waves as he leaves from Madrid-Barajas Airport for South Korea on the presidential plane, June 30, after attending a summit of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization on his first overs.
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Southeast Asia, Latin America Set to Gain in Post-Pandemic Supply Chains

Voa News 23 Jun 2022
“Countries like China that mismanage COVID will suffer greatly,” Menon told VOA via WhatsApp ... In addition to pandemic-related disruptions in China, delays caused by worker shortages at major global ports and airports, including South Korea and the United States, have stifled the flow of consumer goods into Europe, North America and parts of Asia ... .
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Seoul: North Korea fires suspected artillery shells into sea

The North Platte Telegraph 13 Jun 2022
It said in the statement that South Korea maintains a firm military readiness in close coordination with the United States amid boosted surveillance on North Korea ... officials recently said North Korea had almost completed preparations for its first nuclear test in about five years.
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South Korea says North completed prep for new nuclear test

The North Platte Telegraph 13 Jun 2022
WASHINGTON (AP) — South Korea’s top diplomat said Monday that North Korea has completed preparations for a new nuclear test and that only a political decision by the country’s top leadership can prevent it from going forward ... “North Korea should change its mind and make the right decision.”.
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Seoul: North Korea fires suspected artillery pieces into sea

The North Platte Telegraph 12 Jun 2022
It said South Korea maintains a firm military readiness in close coordination with the United States amid boosted surveillance on North Korea ... But its forward-deployed long-range artillery guns are a serious security threat to South Korea's populous metropolitan region, which is only 40-50 kilometers (25-30 miles) from the border with North Korea.
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Biden Fires U.S. Missile in Tit-for-Tat Clash with Kim Jong Un

The Daily Beast 06 Jun 2022
North Korea fired its missiles from four places, including at or near the airport serving Pyongyang, marking the 18th time this year that Kim has sent missiles on test flights in waters between the Korean peninsula and Japan ... Tom Coyner, who’s been tracking North Korea from here ...
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U.S. nuke envoy arrives in Seoul for talks with S. Korean, Japanese counterparts

Korea Times 02 Jun 2022
Special Envoy to North Korea Sung Kim arrives at Incheon International Airport, Thursday ... point man on North Korea arrived in Seoul on Thursday for talks with his South Korean ... special representative for North Korea, in 1 1/2 months.
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Clark International Airport in Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines.
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Clark airport ready for influx of passengers from South Korea

Sun Star 02 Jun 2022
CLARK International airport CRK is now ready for the influx of passengers from South Korea. LIPAD, which operates CRK, issued this statement after South Korea announced that it is now allowing visa-free entry through Yangyang International Airport from the new Clark airport.
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Koreans head to polls in local elections

Korea Times 01 Jun 2022
... merchants to a proposal of merging Seoul's Gimpo International Airport with Incheon International Airport ... President Joe Biden and recent North Korea provocations have helped make its case to voters, especially to those seeking the stabilized operation of the Yoon administration.
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North Korea fires suspected ICBM after Biden's Asia trip

The Keene Sentinel 25 May 2022
South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missiles lifted off from Pyongyang’s Sunan area, where North Korea’s main international airport is located ... North Korea may react angrily to Biden’s and Yoon’s recent promises to step up allied deterrence against North Korea’s nuclear ...
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China is helping North Korea prevent the spread of Kovid 19

Swords Today 19 May 2022
North Korea has officially confirmed The first explosion Kovid-19’s from the beginning of Pandemic ... No details have been released on the content of the aircraft, but China has vowed to help North Korea prevent the country’s Kovid-19 explosion ... The Kovid-19 situation in North Korea.
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North Korea sent planes to China for Covid supplies: Reports

The Times of India 19 May 2022
North Korea sent three of its largest cargo planes to China to pick up medical supplies to help with a spiralling Covid outbreak, local media reports say ... Representatives from Shenyang Airport and Air Koryo in Shanghai told AFP they had no information about flights from North Korea.
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North Korea Opts for Its Own COVID Response, Shunning Outside Help

Beijing News 18 May 2022
North Korea recognized its first COVID-19 death on May 13, posthumously assessed as the subvariant BA.2 ... Three airplanes marked Air Koryo, North Korea's flag carrier, reportedly brought in medical supplies, according to South Korean media, after departing from Shenyang Taoxian International Airport in China's Liaoning Province on Monday.

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