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January 2006 - North Korea Special Weapons News

  • U.S. Moves for "Spread of Democracy" Flailed KCNA 31 Jan 2006 -- The United States is getting all the more pronounced in its moves to force other countries to accept American style democracy, while letting loose a string of balderdash that it is a universal and perfect one and a model all the countries of the world should absolutely accept.
  • Anniversary of Kim Jong Il's Famous Work Observed KCNA 30 Jan 2006 -- Leader Kim Jong Il made public the work "The Songun Revolutionary Line Is a Great Revolutionary Line of Our Times and an Ever-victorious Banner of Our Revolution" on Jan. 29, Juche 92 (2003).
  • Moves to Bring War Disasters Blasted KCNA 30 Jan 2006 -- When the United States raised again the issue of the "strategic flexibility" of the U.S. forces in south Korea at the recent "strategic dialogue for partnership" between south Korea and the U.S. held in Washington, the south Korean authorities toed the U.S. line, expressing "full understanding" of the issue.
  • Measures for Promoting Three-Point Patriotic Movement KCNA 30 Jan 2006 -- The joint meeting of the government, political parties and organizations of the DPRK held in Pyongyang on Jan. 26 reviewed with pride the fact that the Koreans have opened the June 15 era of reunification through their nation-wide patriotic movement for reunification since the publication of the north-south joint declaration.
  • Unity of Anti-imperialist, Anti-U.S. Forces Called for KCNA 30 Jan 2006 -- At present unity serves as a banner all the progressive people of the world should hold aloft in the struggle to defend independence and achieve peace and social progress.
  • KCNA Blasts Sheer Sophism of U.S. Hard-line Conservatives KCNA 30 Jan 2006 -- Remarks about an "illegal state" and demand that "north Korea abandon its nuclear program first" are heard again from the U.S. hard-line conservatives from the beginning of the year.
  • Kim Jong Il Enjoys Art Performanc KCNA 30 Jan 2006 -- Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, Saturday enjoyed together with senior officials of the Party, the army and the state art performance "Blue Sky over My Country" given at the Pyongyang Indoor Stadium on the occasion of the lunar New Year.
  • NDC of DPRK Hosts Banquet KCNA 30 Jan 2006 -- The National Defence Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea hosted a banquet Saturday evening on the occasion of the lunar New Year.
  • Weekly on North Korea ROK National Intelligence Service Jan. 23 - Jan. 29, 2006
  • U.S. Hard-Line Policy Not Workable on DPRK KCNA 28 Jan 2006 -- U.S. policy to isolate and stifle the DPRK proved bankrupt in the 20th century.
  • Kim Jong Il Inspects KPA Unit KCNA 28 Jan 2006 -- Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the DPRK National Defence Commission, inspected KPA Unit 932.
  • National Agricultural Meeting Held KCNA 27 Jan 2006 -- A national agricultural meeting was held at the April 25 House of Culture on Wednesday.
  • Intensified Struggle for Peace against War Called for KCNA 27 Jan 2006 -- It is an unavoidable urgent task of the era to protect peace from war as it is a crucial issue related to the world peace and security and the destiny of humankind.
  • Joint Meeting Calls for Intensified Patriotic Movement for National Reunification KCNA 27 Jan 2006 -- A joint meeting of the government, political parties and organizations of the DPRK was held at the People's Palace of Culture on Jan. 26.
  • Kim Jong Il's Visit to China a "Milepost," State's Zoellick Says Washington File 26 Jan 2006 -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's visit to China the week of January 16 may have given him "a good sense" of China's "shocking economic development," U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert B. Zoellick says.
  • E-Library and Gymnasium of Kim Chaek University of Technology Inaugurated KCNA 26 Jan 2006 -- -- An inaugural ceremony of e-library and gymnasium of Kim Chaek University of Technology took place on January 24.
  • KCNA Urges U.S. to Remove Obstacle to Six-Party Talks KCNA 26 Jan 2006 -- A string of outcries are now being heard from Washington making the public skeptical about the attitude of the U.S. administration towards the six-party talks.
  • U.S. and S. Korean Warhawks' Moves for War against DPRK Flayed KCNA 26 Jan 2006 -- Rodong Sinmun today in a signed commentary denounces the U.S. imperialists and the south Korean warhawks for becoming evermore undisguised in their moves for a war of aggression against the DPRK
  • U.S. Imperialists Threaten Peace in Korean Peninsula, Says Rodong Sinmun KCNA 26 Jan 2006 -- The United States is the main force threatening peace as it is creating the danger of a war by continuing aggression and war moves in the Korean Peninsula.
  • S. Korean President Warns of 'Friction' with US over North VOA 25 Jan 2006 -- South Korea's president has warned of "friction" with the United States if Washington continues to pursue forceful measures against North Korea.
  • U.S. Escalated War Moves against DPRK Assailed KCNA 25 Jan 2006 -- Minju Joson Tuesday in a signed commentary denounces the U.S. for escalating its moves to start a war against the DPRK.
  • Japan's Quest for Regional Military Supremacy Blasted KCNA 25 Jan 2006 -- Japan decided to launch two spy satellites this year in a bid to use them and those two already on orbit for putting the DPRK under its intensive watch and additionally deploy even an unmanned U.S.-made reconnaissance plane in Japan.
  • U.S. Moves to Provoke Second Korean War Assailed KCNA 25 Jan 2006 -- The intensified U.S.-Japan alliance, the moves to establish the Missile Defence System, the setting up of a department in charge of north Korea for collection of information within the U.S. State Intelligence Agency, video shows on warfare under the simulated conditions of the outbreak of a war between the DPRK and the U.S. and the spread of video games are a prelude to the second Korean war, says Rodong Sinmun Tuesday in a signed commentary
  • Full Play to Might of Politico-Ideological Position of Korean-style Socialism Called for KCNA 25 Jan 2006 -- Rodong Sinmun today editorially calls on all the people to deeply cherish the honor and pride of living and making revolution in the ideologically and politically powerful state
  • Further Momentum to Patriotic Movement Called for KCNA 25 Jan 2006 -- The patriotic movement for independent reunification, peace against war and overall national unity embodies the three principles of national reunification and represents a way of conducting a patriotic struggle for implementing them, says Rodong Sinmun Tuesday in a signed article
  • New Songs Created KCNA 25 Jan 2006 -- New songs of high ideological and artistic value have been created this year to inspire the servicepersons and working people of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea to the general onward march of the Songun revolution.
  • Unswerving Will of DPRK KCNA 24 Jan 2006 -- The Korean history has recorded many days when the people of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea have demonstrated their invincible will in the confrontation with the U.S. imperialists.
  • Koreans Called upon to Wage Three-point Patriotic Movement KCNA 23 Jan 2006 -- What is important for the Korean nation to step up their advance for national reunification this year is to conduct the vigorous patriotic movement for independent reunification, peace against war and great national unity, says Rodong Sinmun Sunday in a signed article.
  • Rodong Sinmun on Cause of National Reunification KCNA 23 Jan 2006 -- The cause of national reunification is vigorously advancing under the banner of national independence to suit the character of the independent cause of the Korean nation.
  • Kim Jong Il's China Visit Hailed KCNA 23 Jan 2006 -- Newspapers here today come out with editorials saying that spectacular successes and immortal feats registered by leader Kim Jong Il during his visit to China will shine long along with the history of the DPRK-China friendship.
  • Weekly on North Korea ROK National Intelligence Service Jan. 16 - Jan. 22, 2006
  • Young People Vow Loyalty to Kim Jong Il KCNA 21 Jan 2006 -- Young people from all walks of life in the DPRK held a meeting at the plaza of the Kumsusan Memorial Palace Thursday on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League to vow their loyalty to leader Kim Jong Il
  • Struggle against Imperialists' Psychological Warfare Called for KCNA 21 Jan 2006 -- The imperialists' bourgeois ideological and cultural poisoning and psychological warfare are aimed at benumbing the people's consciousness of independence and their revolutionary spirit and creating illusion about capitalism among them in a bid to provide conditions for stifling the socialist and progressive countries and realizing their world domination.
  • Patriotic Struggle for Peace and Security of Country Called for KCNA 21 Jan 2006 -- The struggle to drive the U.S. imperialist aggression troops out of south Korea is the most active struggle for peace against war to foil their policy of aggression on Korea and remove the root cause of war, says Rodong Sinmun Friday in a signed article
  • S. Korean Delegation Here KCNA 21 Jan 2006 -- A delegation of the Movement for Reunified Korean Nation of south Korea led by its Secretary General Choe Pyong Mo arrived here today.
  • Japan's Vicious Moves against Chongryon under Fire KCNA 20 Jan 2006 -- One of hideous crimes Japan has committed against the Korean people after the liberation of Korea is that it has pursued vicious hostile policy toward the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon), says Rodong Sinmun
  • Great Alliance against Conservatives Called for in S. Korea KCNA 20 Jan 2006 -- To achieve a great alliance against conservatives provides a basic way of meeting the blatant challenge of the pro-U.S. conservative forces, foiling their obstructive moves, steadily promoting progressive reforms and placing the movement for national reunification on a new higher stage in south Korea.
  • Key Industries Updated KCNA 20 Jan 2006 -- Many efforts have been directed to reconstructing and modernizing key industries in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
  • New Year Performance, Masterpiece of Juche-oriented Art KCNA 20 Jan 2006 -- The New Year celebration performance "Blue Sky over My Country" is going on at Pyongyang Indoor Stadium before full house, giving confidence and courage to the army and people of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea who have turned out in the general advance of the Songun revolution this year.
  • Kim Jong Il Pays Unofficial Visit to Central and South China KCNA 20 Jan 2006 -- Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK, paid an unofficial visit to the People's Republic of China, from January 10 to 18 at the invitation of Hu Jintao, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and president of the People's Republic of China.
  • US, South Korea Urge Pyongyang to Resume Nuclear Talks VOA 19 Jan 2006 -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon Thursday urged an early North Korean return to six-party talks on Pyongyang's nuclear program.
  • China Confirms US, North Korean Envoys Met in Beijing VOA 19 Jan 2006 -- China has confirmed that senior envoys from the United States, North Korea, and China met in Beijing this week in an effort to restart six-nation talks on Pyongyang's nuclear program.
  • Kim Jong Il Pays Unofficial Visit to China KCNA 19 Jan 2006 -- Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the National Defence Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, paid an unofficial visit to the People's Republic of China from January 10 to 18 at the invitation of Hu Jintao, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and president of the People's Republic of China.
  • Speech of by Kim Jong Il at Banquet KCNA 19 Jan 2006 -- Hu Jintao, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and president of the People's Republic of China, hosted a grand banquet at the Great Hall of the People in honor of Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK, on visit to China.
  • Rodong Sinmun Calls for Pushing Forward Three-point Patriotic Movement KCNA 19 Jan 2006 -- Rodong Sinmun today in a by-lined article calls on all the Koreans in the north and the south and overseas to conduct a vigorous three-point patriotic movement for independent reunification, peace against war and great national unity in hearty response to the joint New Year editorial issued by the newspapers of the Party, the army and the youth league.
  • Speech of Hu Jintao at Banquet KCNA 19 Jan 2006 -- Hu Jintao, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and president of the People's Republic of China, gave a grand banquet at the Great Hall of the People in welcome of the China visit of Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the National Defence Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
  • Weekly on North Korea (Jan. 13-Jan.19,2006) ROK Ministry of Unification
  • KCNA Urges U.S. to Lift Sanctions against DPRK for Resumption of Six-Party Talks KCNA 18 Jan 2006 -- The United States is letting loose a string of base outcries to shift the responsibility for the delayed second phase of the fifth round of the six-party talks on to the DPRK from the outset of the year. Officials of the U.S.
  • U.S. Dangerous Move to Implement Its Nuclear War Scenario Blasted KCNA 18 Jan 2006 -- The United States is recently contemplating setting up a combined command at the U.S. Forces Strategic Command with an aim to provide a unified command over the attack by nuclear and conventional weapons on the DPRK and other anti-U.S. independent countries.
  • Nat'l Meeting Held to Celebrate 60th Anniv. of Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League KCNA 18 Jan 2006 -- A national meeting was held at the April 25 House of Culture here Tuesday to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League.
  • North Korea Confirms Kim Visit to China VOA 18 Jan 2006 -- North Korea's official news agency has announced that the country's leader, Kim Jong Il, has completed a trip to China - the first official confirmation of the visit.
  • N Korea stresses Iran's right to peaceful use of nuclear energy IRNA 17 Jan 2006 -- North Korea Tuesday defended Iran's right to use nuclear energy peacefully.
  • U.S. Chiefly Accountable for Having Totally Scrapped DPRK-U.S. Agreed Framework KCNA 17 Jan 2006 -- The United States can never evade its responsibility for having totally scrapped the DPRK-U.S. Agreed Framework (AF) and delayed the settlement of the nuclear issue in a deliberate manner. Rodong Sinmun Monday observes this in a signed commentary.
  • Rodong Sinmun on Revolutionary Line and Policies of WPK KCNA 17 Jan 2006 -- The line and policies of the Workers' Party of Korea for building a great prosperous powerful nation serve as a banner of sure victory based on the Songun idea of Juche.
  • Struggle for Settlement of Past Called for KCNA 17 Jan 2006 -- The drive for the settlement of the past in south Korea represents acute confrontation between progressive and conservative forces and between pro-reunification patriotic forces and anti-reunification traitorous forces, says Rodong Sinmun Monday in a signed article.
  • National Seminar Held on Exploits Performed by Three Generals in Leadership over Youth Movement KCNA 17 Jan 2006 -- A national seminar on the exploits performed by the three generals of Mt. Paektu in the leadership over the youth movement took place at the April 25 House of Culture Monday on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the foundation of the Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League.
  • Kim Jong Il's Leadership, Key to Victory KCNA 17 Jan 2006 -- The servicepersons and the people of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea are steadfastly advancing along one road of revolution, overcoming every manner of trials and hardships.
  • 10th Kimjongilia Festival to Be Held KCNA 16 Jan 2006 -- The 10th Kimjongilia Festival will be held here on the occasion of the auspicious February holiday.
  • Anniversary of Kim Jong Il's Work Observed KCNA 16 Jan 2006 -- The servicepersons and people in the DPRK have turned out in the drive to build a great prosperous powerful nation full of great ambition and confidence of sure victory.
  • Nationwide Patriotic Movement Called for KCNA 16 Jan 2006 -- For the divided Korean nation the love of the country is manifested in contributing to the cause of national reunification and patriotism is unthinkable apart from the issue of reunification.
  • Increased Role of Youth Called for KCNA 16 Jan 2006 -- The Koreans are foreseeing the bright future of Songun Korea with confidence in the proud appearance of the members of the young vanguard who are dedicating their youth to the party, the leader and the socialist homeland, says Rodong Sinmun
  • DPRK Government Delegation Leaves for China KCNA 16 Jan 2006 -- A delegation of the DPRK government headed by Minister of Agriculture Ri Kyong Sik left here today to participate in the International Pledging Conference on Avian and Human Pandemic Influenza to be held in China.
  • Weekly on North Korea ROK National Intelligence Service Jan. 9 - Jan. 15, 2006
  • U.S. Persistent Sanctions and Blockade against DPRK Accused KCNA 14 Jan 2006 -- It is foolish of the U.S. imperialists to calculate that they can frighten and suffocate the DPRK and bring it to its knees through sanctions and blockade and their illegal sanctions and blockade would get them nowhere.
  • Giving Top Priority to National Defence Called for KCNA 13 Jan 2006 -- National defence is the most important of the state policy guaranteeing the country's grandeur and prosperity, the people's happiness and the victorious advance of the revolution and the lifeline on which the victory of the revolution and the fate of the nation hinge, says Rodong Sinmun Thursday in a signed article
  • Rodong Sinmun Calls for Removing Main Obstacle to Reunification KCNA 13 Jan 2006 -- It is attributable to the U.S. that occasions to open a turning phase of national reunification between the north and the south of Korea were provided in the days of the over 60-year-long hard-fought struggle but they were not contributable to developing the reunification movement and the tragedy of national division has continued.
  • Weekly on North Korea (Jan.7-Jan.12, 2006) ROK Ministry of Unification
  • Everybody Has to be Somewhere - But Where is Kim Jong Il? VOA 12 Jan 2006 -- Kim Jong Il, North Korea's reclusive leader, is apparently on the road this week, but whether in China or en route to Russia, and how he is getting there, is a mystery.
  • Stronger Single-Minded Unity Called for KCNA 12 Jan 2006 -- All the officials, party members and other working people should strengthen the single-minded unity, lifeline and mainstay of Korean-style socialism, in every way so as to bring earlier rosy future of Kim Il Sung Korea which will eternally prosper, urges Rodong Sinmun today in a signed article
  • All Koreans Called upon to Remain True to Idea of National Independence KCNA 12 Jan 2006 -- National independence is a treasured sword for waging the movement for national reunification and carving out the destiny of the nation, says Rodong Sinmun today in a by-lined article.
  • Rodong Sinmun on Victory of Socialism KCNA 12 Jan 2006 -- Socialism is the ideal of humankind and a society representing its future. It is the law governing the development of history that socialism is sure to triumph
  • US Nuclear Talks Envoy Begins Shuttle Diplomacy Visit to Asia VOA 11 Jan 2006 -- The top U.S. envoy to multi-national talks aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear weapons programs has arrived in Asia in an effort to revive the talks.
  • Rodong Sinmun Calls for Patriotic Movement for National Unity KCNA 11 Jan 2006 -- It is an urgent national task reflecting national desire and the realistic requirements of the development of the reunification movement to make a vigorous patriotic movement for great national unity at present, Rodong Sinmun today in a signed article says
  • DPRK Foreign Ministry's Spokesman Urges U.S. to Lift Financial Sanctions against DPRK KCNA 10 Jan 2006 -- A spokesman for the DPRK Foreign Ministry today gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA as regards the U.S. claim that its financial sanctions against the DPRK have nothing to do with the six-party talks
  • Stepped-up Technological Updating of National Economy Called for KCNA 10 Jan 2006 -- -- Rodong Sinmun Monday in a signed article deals with the validity and vitality of the Workers' Party of Korea's policy of carrying out the technological updating of the national economy.
  • Vigorous General March for Songun Revolution Called for KCNA 10 Jan 2006 -- Rodong Sinmun Monday editorially calls on all officials, party members and other working people to make a vigorous general march of the new year full of conviction of sure victory and optimism and fully display the invincible stamina of Songun Korea advancing toward a fresh victory and making a leap forward.
  • Agricultural Front Advances for Fresh Victory KCNA 10 Jan 2006 -- The people of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea have turned out with a great ambition and confidence in the efforts to make a higher leap, in response to the joint editorial issued by Rodong Sinmun, Josoninmingun and Chongnyonjonwi on the occasion of the New Year Juche 95 (2006).
  • Slogans Calling for Higher Leap KCNA 10 Jan 2006 -- The people in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea are all out on the onward march in the new year, upholding the slogans issued by the joint editorial.
  • Patriotic Movement for Peace against War Guarantees Cause of Reunification KCNA 10 Jan 2006 -- All the Koreans should more vigorously advance the cause of national reunification of a new stage under the uplifted banner of "By our nation itself" by carrying through the militant tasks set out in the joint editorial in high spirit from the beginning of the new year.
  • U.S. Scenario for Preemptive Nuclear Attack on DPRK under Fire KCNA 10 Jan 2006 -- U.S. is the biggest nuclear criminal and the world people's common enemy threatening the existence of humankind.
  • Dynamic Patriotic Movement for Reunification Called for KCNA 09 Jan 2006 -- The joint New Year editorial of the newspapers of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, the Korean People's Army and the Central Committee of the Kim Il Sung Socialist Youth League called upon all Koreans to wage the movement for independent reunification as part of the three-point patriotic movement.
  • Weekly on North Korea ROK National Intelligence Service Jan. 2 - Jan. 8, 2006
  • Kim Jong Il Enjoys Performance Given to Celebrate New Year KCNA 07 Jan 2006 -- Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, chairman of the National Defence Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, appreciated the performance "Blue Sky over My Country" given to celebrate the New Year.
  • Anti-Imperialist Independence Called for KCNA 07 Jan 2006 -- The Workers' Party of Korea and the Korean people, in a joint editorial issued by Rodong Sinmun, Josoninmingun and Chongnyonjonwi, declared at home and abroad their steadfast stand to make a positive contribution to building an independent, peaceful and friendly new world, holding aloft the banner of anti-imperialist independence and socialism.
  • Intensified Movement for Korea's Reunification Called for KCNA 07 Jan 2006 -- Rodong Sinmun Friday says in a signed article that the joint editorial issued by newspapers Rodong Sinmun, Josoninmingun and Chongnyonjonwi on the occasion of the New Year put forward a militant slogan to be held high in the movement for national reunification this year reflecting the unanimous desire and will of all Koreans.
  • Servicepersons and Working People Vow to Implement New Year Tasks KCNA 07 Jan 2006 -- Meetings of servicepersons of the Ministry of People's Security and employees of the Ministry of Railways were held on Jan. 5 to vow to step up the general march for Songun revolution and carry through the militant tasks set forth in the joint New Year editorial.
  • U.S. New Military Strategy for Expansion of "Anti-terrorist War" under Fire KCNA 06 Jan 2006 -- The "report on four-year defense strategy" called "1421" which was approved by U.S. Defense Secretary Rumsfeld is an extremely dangerous war scenario aimed at making effective use of the experience gained by the United States in its aggressive military actions after the end of the Cold War to launch a more active and offensive "anti-terrorist war" in different areas of the world.
  • Anniversary of Kim Jong Il's Work Marked KCNA 06 Jan 2006 -- Leader Kim Jong Il's famous work "Let Us Intensify Party Work and Dynamically Push Ahead with Socialist Construction" published on January 5, Juche 80 (1991) is an important work indicating the way of bringing about an uninterrupted surge in socialist construction even under the difficult situation of the revolution.
  • Korean People Turn out for Hopeful Future KCNA 06 Jan 2006 -- The joint editorial issued by Rodong Sinmun, Josoninmingun and Chongnyonjonwi on the occasion of the New Year Juche 95 (2006) set forth the slogan "Make another leap forward in building a great prosperous powerful socialist nation on the strength of Songun!" as a militant slogan which should be held high by the servicepersons and people of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
  • Weekly on North Korea (Dec.30, 2005-Jan.6, 2006) ROK Ministry of Unification
  • Experts: North Korean Reactor Dreams More Political Than Practical VOA 05 Jan 2006 -- North Korea recently announced it no longer needs the United States to provide it with a light-water nuclear reactor for energy production. The communist state says it will build one by itself. But North Korea experts have a long list of reasons why that plan is not feasible - and agree there are much better ways to ease the communist state's desperate power shortages.
  • Information, Entertainment Flow into North Korea VOA 05 Jan 2006 -- Many assume the people of North Korea are completely cut off from the outside world. But in this report, a VOA reporter who recently visited the Chinese side of the North Korean border takes us behind the scenes to reveal how information from the outside world is pouring into North Korea.
  • Rodong Sinmun on WPK's Idea of Its Foreign Policy KCNA 05 Jan 2006 -- Independence, peace and friendship are the avowed idea of the foreign policy of the Workers' Party of Korea.
  • New Turning Point in Cause of Reunification Called for KCNA 05 Jan 2006 -- "Let us vigorously forward the patriotic movement for independent reunification, peace against war and great national unity under the banner of 'by our nation itself'"--this is the slogan to be held up by the Korean nation in this year's movement for national reunification, says Rodong Sinmun Wednesday in a signed article
  • Bush's Rhetoric under Fire KCNA 05 Jan 2006 -- U.S. President Bush in a recent TV appearance admitted his Iraqi policy was wrong. But at a press conference held next day, he again justified the Iraqi war, asserting the ouster of Hussein was a just decision.
  • Pyongyangites Vow to Make New Leap Forward KCNA 05 Jan 2006 -- A mass rally of Pyongyangites was held at the Kim Il Sung Square Wednesday to vow to make a new leap forward in the building of a great prosperous powerful socialist nation with the might of Songun.
  • Kim Jong Il Gives Field Guidance to New E-Library and Gymnasium at Kim Chaek University of Technology KCNA 05 Jan 2006 -- Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the National Defence Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, gave field guidance to the new e-library and gymnasium at Kim Chaek University of Technology.
  • U.S. Urged to Fulfill Its Commitments before Calling for Resumption of Six-Party Talks KCNA 04 Jan 2006 -- The United States is chiefly to blame for having blocked the resumption of the six-party talks.
  • All Koreans Called upon to Turn out in Movement for Reunification KCNA 04 Jan 2006 -- The joint editorial for this year calls on all Koreans to step up the grand march for national reunification this year in hearty response to the slogan "Let us vigorously forward the patriotic movement for independent reunification, peace against war and great national unity under the banner of 'By our nation itself!'"
  • Anniversary of Kim Jong Il's Work Marked KCNA 03 Jan 2006 -- Rodong Sinmun today dedicates an article to the 14th anniversary of the publication of leader Kim Jong Il's famous work "The Historical Lesson in Building Socialism and the General Line of Our Party."
  • Joint New Year Editorial Issued KCNA 02 Jan 2006 -- Papers here today carry "Make a higher leap full of great ambition and confidence", a joint editorial issued by Rodong Sinmun, the official organ of the Workers' Party of Korea Central Committee, Josoninmingun and Chongnyonjonwi on the occasion of the New Year Juche 95 (2006).
  • Floral Baskets before Statues of Kim Il Sung KCNA 02 Jan 2006 -- Floral baskets were laid before statues of President Kim Il Sung on the occasion of the New Year Juche 95 (2006).
  • Homage to Kim Il Sung on New Year KCNA 02 Jan 2006 -- Senior cadres of the Party, the army and the state today visited the Kumsusan Memorial Palace to pay homage to President Kim Il Sung on the New Year Juche 95 (2006).
  • Homage to Kim Il Sung on New Year KCNA 02 Jan 2006 -- The United States is chiefly to blame for inciting confrontation with the DPRK and blocking the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
  • Weekly on North Korea ROK National Intelligence Service Dec. 26, 2005 - Jan. 1, 2006



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