25 March 2004 - North Korea Special Weapons News
- Weekly on North Korea ROK Ministry of Unification Serial No. 686 (March 18 to March 25, 2004)
- NOKOR/REFUGEES VOA 25 Mar 2004 -- South Korea is trying to confirm reports that about 100 North Korean refugees at a detention center in China are on hunger strike to protest plans to repatriate them. The South Korean authorities say they are willing to accept North Korean refugees who want to go to the South.
- People's Power Consolidated under Banner of Songun KCNA 25 Mar 2004 -- The DPRK's people's power is an invincible people's power as it is guided by the Songun idea and pursues Songun politics on the basis of the unity of the Songun revolution.
- Japan's Frantic Moves for Overseas Aggression Blasted KCNA 25 Mar 2004 -- The Japanese authorities are now getting evermore undisguised in their moves to adopt seven bills related to emergency and to promote the Japan Defence Agency to a "ministry".
- U.S. Neo-conservatism Assailed KCNA 25 Mar 2004 -- The Korean Central News Agency released a lengthy article titled "U.S. neo-conservatism is fascism."
- Tribute Paid to Kim Il Sung KCNA 25 Mar 2004 -- Li Zhaoxing, foreign minister of the People's Republic of China, and his party on March 24 visited the statue of President Kim Il Sung on Mansu Hill to pay tribute to him.
- Kim Yong Nam Meets PRC Foreign Minister and His Party KCNA 25 Mar 2004 -- Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the DPRK Supreme People's Assembly, met Li Zhaoxing, foreign minister of the People's Republic of China, and his party and talked with them in a friendly atmosphere at the Mansudae Assembly Hall today.
- Kang Sok Ju Meets PRC Foreign Minister KCNA 25 Mar 2004 -- Kang Sok Ju, first vice-minister of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, today met Li Zhaoxing, foreign minister of the People's Republic of China, and talked with him in a friendly atmosphere.
- DPRK Boasts of Excellent Education System KCNA 25 Mar 2004 -- Fifty-five years have passed since the campaign against illiteracy was wound up successfully in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Just after the liberation of the country in 1945, the situation of education was very poor in the country, affected by the Japanese imperialists' policy of obliterating culture of the colonial nation.
- PRC Foreign Minister and His Party Visit Market in Thongil Street KCNA 25 Mar 2004 -- Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of China Li Zhaoxing and his party visited a market in Thongil Street on March 24. Being briefed on the management of the market, they went round the market with keen interest.
- Kim Jong Il Meets Chinese Foreign Minister KCNA 25 Mar 2004 -- Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK, Wednesday received Li Zhaoxing, foreign minister of the People's Republic of China (PRC), and his party on a visit to the DPRK.
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