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A source from the embassy of North Korea told Daily News Egypt that his country aims at boosting relations with Egypt in the political and economic fields, adding, “hopefully we will receive some visits during this year and the years ahead.” The source mentioned that the economic cooperation with Egypt is very modest, and thus …
Trump changes tune, says summit may take place on same date or after
North Korea sets off a series of explosions to demolish its nuclear test site in presence of world media
Last week Pyongyang threatened to pull out of meeting over US national adviser’s statements on Libya, US-South Korea joint drills
North Korea said that foreign journalists will be invited to attend
Trump expresses support for Korean peace
Historical summit may end tensions ongoing between two countries since 1950
Summit kicks off Friday
Move would boost climate of confidence, support peace in Korean Peninsula, Foreign Ministry says
US president welcomes Korean decision, tweeting it is very good news for the world
Football star Mohamed Salah subject of comments unrelated to sports
The shipment was stopped and confiscated last August
Decision came as a response to North Korea’s nuclear tests
In separate meeting, Al-Sisi hopes Japanese investments to Egypt increase
Company’s plan includes developing projects in 6th of October, Sheikh Zayed, Red Sea
Orascom Telecom Media and Technology Holding will shut down Orabank, its affiliate bank in North Korea, due to US sanctions on the nation, according to an announcement on Sunday. The company, owned by business tycoon Naguib Sawiris, added in a note to the Egyptian Exchange that shutting down the bank in Korea is a …
From the Syrian carnage to North Korea aggressively upping its nuclear arms program, a slew of global challenges await Barack Obama’s successor.
Tensions are running at an all-time high on the Korean Peninsula due to Pyongyang’s recent nuclear and missile blasts. Still, satellite imagery suggests the North might be planning more tests. Julian Ryall reports.
The new UN rapporteur on human rights in North Korea hopes the lessons he learned from other countries will improve the UN’s cooperation with the communist regime. But he told DW that he knows it won’t be easy.
South Korea is waging a diplomatic campaign to wean nations in far-flung parts of the world off their alliances with North Korea. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
Funding costs increased during 2015 to hit EGP 1.04bn, says the company
Pyongyang managed to develop its nuclear programme, while international attention was focusing on Iranian nuclear ambitions
Washington Post reported Thursday that Koryolink was acquired by North Korea
North Korea has conducted three nuclear tests – in 2006, 2009 and 2013 – all at the Punggye-ri site in the northeast of the country
Seoul and Washington insist they are both defensive in nature, playing out various scenarios to combat a North Korean invasion.
The mass rally in Pyongyang came ahead of Tuesday’s second anniversary of the death of longtime leader Kim Jong-Il, whose sudden demise thrust his young son to the helm of the secretive state.
G8 states failed to bridge divisions over Syria beyond calling for more humanitarian aid
The United States warned North Korea it was skating a “dangerous line”
North Korea, incensed by UN sanctions following its nuclear and missile tests and by South Korean-US military drills