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December 2006 - North Korea Special Weapons News
- North Korea Weekly (Dec. 25 - Dec. 31, 2006) ROK National Intelligence Service
- Demolition of Concrete Wall Urged KCNA 30 Dec 2006 -- The military fascist clique in south Korea built a concrete wall 5-8 meters high, 10-19 meters wide at the bottom and 3-7 meters wide at the top, extending more than 240 km in the south side's area along the Military Demarcation Line, since 1977 to bisect the Korean nation at the instigation of the U.S. imperialists
- Exalting History of Great Revolutionary Upswing Urged KCNA 29 Dec 2006 -- Today marks the 50th anniversary of the historic speech made by President Kim Il Sung at the Kangson Steel Works in which he called for using locally available production potentials to the maximum to boost the production of steel
- South Korean Defense Report Cites 'Serious' North Korea Threat VOA 29 Dec 2006 -- South Korean defense officials say North Korea poses a "serious" threat to the South, following its test of a nuclear weapon in October
- Weekly Report on North Korea (December 22-December 28, 2006) ROK Ministry of Unification
- Anniversary of Promulgation of Socialist Constitution Marked KCNA 28 Dec 2006 -- Papers Wednesday carry editorials on the occasion of the 34th anniversary of the promulgation of the "Socialist Constitution of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea" by President Kim Il Sung
- U.S. Imperialists' Moves to Invade DPRK under Fire KCNA 28 Dec 2006 -- It is the will and stand of the Korean people to respond to dialogue with dialogue and to an unjust war with a just war, says Rodong Sinmun today in a commentary.
- Tailings Treatment Ground Built KCNA 28 Dec 2006 -- Soldiers of the Korean People's Army have succeeded in building a ground for treating tailings, which had been regarded useless
- Miru Plain Waterway Project Progresses Apace KCNA 28 Dec 2006 -- One more waterway project is being successfully carried on in Miru Plain of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
- Rodong Sinmun Reviews This Year's Achievements KCNA 28 Dec 2006 -- Rodong Sinmun terms this year a year of great leap in which the cause of building a prosperous powerful nation of Juche has been put on a higher stage of development and broad vistas opened up for the country and the nation
- Kim Jong Il Inspects Sub-Unit of KPA Unit 3993 KCNA 28 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il inspected a sub-unit of KPA Unit 3993.
- Brisk Activities for Popularizing Mass Physical Culture and Sports in DPRK KCNA 26 Dec 2006 -- Achievements made by athletes of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in the international games this year have had a great influence on the activities for popularizing physical culture and sports activities
- Anniversary of Kim Jong Il's Famous Work Marked KCNA 26 Dec 2006 -- Rodong Sinmun Monday dedicates an article to the 11th anniversary of famous work of Kim Jong Il "Respecting the Forerunners of the Revolution Is a Noble Moral Obligation of Revolutionaries."
- Kim Jong Il Inspects Command of KPA Unit 109 KCNA 26 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il inspected the command of KPA Unit 109 honored with the title of O Jung Hup-led 7th Regiment.
- National Meeting Held to Mark Anniversary of Kim Jong Il's Assumption of Supreme Commandership of KPA KCNA 25 Dec 2006 -- A national meeting was held at the April 25 House of Culture Saturday to mark the 15th anniversary of Kim Jong Il's assumption of the supreme commandership of the Korean People's Army
- DPRK to Closely Watch U.S. Attitude KCNA 25 Dec 2006 -- The Democratic People's Republic of Korea will closely watch the U.S. future attitude, declared Kim Kye Gwan, vice-minister of Foreign Affairs who headed the DPRK delegation to the six-party talks, when interviewed by mediapersons in Beijing on Friday
- DPRK Delegation Back Home KCNA 25 Dec 2006 -- The DPRK delegation headed by Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Kim Kye Gwan returned home on Saturday after participating in the six-party talks.
- Art Performance Given by KPA Song and Dance Ensemble KCNA 25 Dec 2006 -- A music and dance performance "Glory to the General" was given by the Korean People's Army Song and Dance Ensemble at the April 25 House of Culture on Dec. 23 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Kim Jong Il's assumption of the KPA supreme commandership
- Servicepersons' Evening Gala Held KCNA 25 Dec 2006 -- An evening gala of the Ministry of the People's Armed Forces took place at Jonsung Plaza on Dec. 23 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Kim Jong Il's assumption of the supreme commandership of the Korean People's Army
- Papers Observe Anniversary of Kim Jong Il's Assumption of KPA Supreme Commandership KCNA 25 Dec 2006 -- Today marks the 15th anniversary of Kim Jong Il's assumption of office as supreme commander of the Korean People's Army
- Kim Jong Il Inspects Command of KPA Unit 934 KCNA 25 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il inspected the command of KPA Unit 934. Kim Jong Il went round a room devoted to the history of the unit before dropping in at a military lecture room to acquaint himself with the performance of the unit's duty and training
- Russia sees no alternative to 6-party talks on N.Korea problem RIA Novosti 25 Dec 2006 -- Russia sees no alternative to a resumption of six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear problem, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Monday.
- North Korea Weekly (Dec. 18 - Dec. 24, 2006) ROK National Intelligence Service
- World: Iran, North Korea Present Proliferation Challenges RFE/RL 24 Dec 2006 -- The spread of nuclear weapons continues to be a major concern for the world community, and events in 2006 did little to dampen fears
- North Korea's Nuclear Programs Move Forward, Not Back, in 2006 VOA 23 Dec 2006 -- Despite a push for a diplomatic breakthrough at the end of 2006, the effort to keep North Korea out of the nuclear weapons club not only did not succeed - it lost ground
- Anniversary of Kim Jong Il's Assumption of Supreme Commandership Celebrated KCNA 23 Dec 2006 -- A meeting of workers and trade union members was held at the Central Workers' Hall Thursday to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Kim Jong Il's assumption of the supreme commandership of the Korean People's Army
- N.Korea nuclear talks may lose six-party format - Japan envoy RIA Novosti 23 Dec 2006 -- Participants in the six-nation talks on North Korea's nuclear program will discuss Friday the viability of the current format for negotiations on the last day of meetings, resumed after a 13-month suspension in Beijing four days ago, Japan's envoy said.
- UN Warns North Korea Faces Major Food Crisis VOA 22 Dec 2006 -- United Nations aid agencies warn North Korea will be facing a major food crisis next spring unless donors support critically needed humanitarian assistance programs
- Anachronistic Confrontation Doctrine Blasted KCNA 22 Dec 2006 -- The south Korean military authorities some time ago rattled on the reexamination of the "defense policy" involving the question of "principal enemy", singing duet with the United States taking issue with the self-defensive war deterrent of the DPRK
- Nations in N. Korea talks reiterate commitment to dialogue RIA Novosti 22 Dec 2006 -- The six nations involved in talks over North Korea's controversial nuclear program wound up their final meeting Friday by reiterating their commitment to resolving the conflict through dialogue, the host nation's envoy said.
- North Korea six-party nuclear talks end with no result RIA Novosti 22 Dec 2006 -- Five days of six-nation talks on North Korea's nuclear program in the Chinese capital have brought no result, a source close to the negotiations said Friday.
- Weekly Report on North Korea (December 15-December 21, 2006) ROK Ministry of Unification
- North Korean Nuclear Talks Resume VOA 21 Dec 2006 -- There are tentative signs of progress in the North Korean nuclear talks that have now entered their fourth day in Beijing, but financial sanctions imposed on North Korea by the United States have emerged as a major obstacle to success
- Rodong Sinmun on Faith in Independence KCNA 21 Dec 2006 -- Faith in independence has made DPRK display its imposing sight as an ever-victorious powerful state and its people grow as a heroic people carving out the new era of history in the van, declares Rodong Sinmun in an editorial article
- Military Attaches Corps Visits Panmunjom KCNA 21 Dec 2006 -- The military attaches corps in Pyongyang visited Panmunjom on Dec. 19 on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of Kim Jong Il's assumption of supreme commandership of the Korean People's Army.
- War Moves of U.S. and S. Korean Authorities against DPRK Blasted KCNA 21 Dec 2006 -- The United States and south Korean bellicose forces are said to have recently agreed upon rounding off by the end of next year "CONPLAN 5029" targeted against the DPRK through the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the south Korean army and the "South Korea-U.S. Combined Forces Command" according to the strategic guideline adopted at the 38th South Korea-U.S. annual security consultative meeting which was held in October
- Talks on N.Korea issue switch to bilateral format RIA Novosti 21 Dec 2006 -- The delegations to the ongoing talks on North Korea's nuclear disarmament began bilateral meetings Thursday in the Chinese capital, in a bid to reach a consensus on a final document.
- Six-Party Talks in Beijing Push for Implementation Steps Washington File 21 Dec 2006 -- On the fourth day of the resumed Six-Party Talks, the head of the U.S. delegation expressed hope that some solid results designed to achieve a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula could be achieved soon.
- New Container Ship Leaves KCNA 20 Dec 2006 -- A ceremony of setting container ship "Poksong-7" belonging to the Korea-Green Leaves Shipping Ltd. sail was held at Nampho Port on Monday
- Rodong Sinmun Calls for Upholding Songun Politics KCNA 20 Dec 2006 -- Songun politics is a powerful weapon in dynamically pushing forward the development of the nation, frustrating outsiders' moves of domination, interference and aggression, declares Rodong Sinmun in a signed article Tuesday
- N. Korea nuclear talks to continue through Dec. 22 RIA Novosti 20 Dec 2006 -- Participants in the six-nation talks on North Korea's nuclear program will continue their negotiations in China's capital, Beijing, into Friday, a spokesman for the Chinese delegation said Wednesday.
- US Meets Again With N. Koreans on Nuclear Weapons VOA 20 Dec 2006 -- U.S. and North Korean envoys to the six-party talks in Beijing on dismantling the reclusive communist state's nuclear weapons held another one-on-one meeting Wednesday after failing to narrow their differences a day earlier
- N. Korea nuclear talks showing signs of progress - S. Korean official RIA Novosti 19 Dec 2006 -- Participants in six-nation talks on North Korea's nuclear program have been able to overcome some of their differences, raising hopes that the current round may produce an agreement, a high-ranking South Korean official said Tuesday.
- N. Korea agrees to IAEA checks, no ongoing monitoring - source RIA Novosti 19 Dec 2006 -- North Korea has said it will accept International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspections if its demands are met, but does not want permanent monitoring of its nuclear facilities, a source said Tuesday.
- US Envoy Says North Koreans Face 'Stark Choice' in Nuclear Discussions VOA 19 Dec 2006 -- United States Ambassador to South Korea Alexander Vershbow says it is possible to resolve financial issues holding up progress in dismantling North Korea's nuclear weapons.
- US, N. Korea Meet to Discuss Disarmament, Financial Sanctions VOA 19 Dec 2006 -- U.S. and North Korean envoys were meeting Tuesday to discuss U.S. financial sanctions against the reclusive communist state, on the sidelines of negotiations aimed at persuading Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear weapons program
- Korean Peninsula Six-Party Talks Resume in Beijing Washington File 18 Dec 2006 -- As the Six-Party Talks on a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula resumed in Beijing December 18, the head of the U.S. delegation said North Korea has to make the fundamental decision to get out of the nuclear business.
- North Korea Repeats Disarmament Conditions RFE/RL 18 Dec 2006 -- Six-country talks re-opened in Beijing today, aimed at persuading North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program. The discussions have resumed after more than a year's break.
- N.Korea demands lifting of UN sanctions, unfreezing of accounts RIA Novosti 18 Dec 2006 -- North Korea demanded Monday that the UN and the U.S. lift their sanctions, and that the construction of a light-water nuclear reactor in the country be resumed, before it agrees to consider nuclear disarmament.
- Six-party talks on N.Korea resume, with financial focus RIA Novosti 18 Dec 2006 -- The six-nation talks aimed at persuading North Korea to abandon its nuclear program resumed in the Chinese capital Monday after a 13-month standoff.
- North Korea Nuclear Talks Starts With Demands, Objections VOA 18 Dec 2006 -- North Korea says it will not abandon nuclear weapons until all sanctions against it are lifted, while the United States says its patience with North Korean negotiating tactics is running out
- Unique Theory on People's Guerrilla War in World History of War KCNA 18 Dec 2006 -- The theory on people's guerrilla war, the unique theory of Juche on armed struggle adds a brilliant page to the world history of war.
- DPRK Delegation Leaves for Six-Party Talks KCNA 18 Dec 2006 -- The DPRK delegation headed by Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Kim Kye Gwan left here Saturday to participate in the six-party talks to open in Beijing on Dec. 18
- Russia to seek Korea peninsula nuclear-free status at talks RIA Novosti 17 Dec 2006 -- Russia will seek the Korean peninsula's nuclear-free status at six-nation talks on North Korea's nuclear program, a source close to a Russian delegation in Beijing said Sunday.
- Russia holds bilateral talks in China on N. Korea problem RIA Novosti 17 Dec 2006 -- A Russia delegation is holding bilateral consultations in Beijing with the other participants in the six-nation talks on the North Korea nuclear problem, a source close to the delegation said Sunday.
- US Envoy Says Nuclear Talks with Pyongyang at Crucial Stage VOA 17 Dec 2006 -- The U.S. negotiator at the six-party talks aimed at persuading North Korea to give up nuclear weapons says the reclusive communist country has the choice of engaging in diplomacy or suffering the consequences of sanctions
- North Korea Weekly (Dec. 11 - Dec. 17, 2006) ROK National Intelligence Service
- Meeting Marks Anniversary of Saenal Children's Union KCNA 16 Dec 2006 -- A national meeting took place at the Central Youth Hall on Dec. 14 to mark the 80th anniversary of the founding of the Saenal Children's Union by President Kim Il Sung.
- Maintenance of Revolutionary and Class Principles Urged KCNA 16 Dec 2006 -- It is the fundamental requisite to the accomplishment of the cause of socialism to firmly maintain the revolutionary and class principles, declares Rodong Sinmun in an article Friday.
- Moscow warns against 'inflaming passions' on N.Korea RIA Novosti 16 Dec 2006 -- Russia's foreign minister said Saturday abrupt moves and deviation from the main issue could stymie the six-nation talks on North Korea's nuclear problem.
- North Korea Cautions Against Optimism Ahead of Talks VOA 16 Dec 2006 -- The six-party talks aimed at persuading North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons are scheduled to convene in Beijing Monday, but North Korea has already indicated it will resist pressure to disarm until the United States lifts financial sanctions against it and changes its attitude toward the reclusive communist state.
- Analysis: Dim Hopes for Six-Party Progress cfr.org 15 Dec 2006 -- Ahead of the Six-Party Talks set to resume in Beijing on Dec. 18, Christopher Hill, the State Department's point man on North Korea, said he hopes for "significant progress" in the first round
- Expectations Low for Six-Party Talks on North Korea's Nuclear Program VOA 15 Dec 2006 -- Six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear program officially open Monday in Beijing but expectations are reported to be low that a breakthrough can be achieved
- South Korea Puts Forces On Alert Ahead of Nuclear Talks VOA 15 Dec 2006 -- South Korea's defense minister has instructed military chiefs to raise their ability to respond to possible provocative acts by North Korea, as critical talks on the North's nuclear weapons get set to resume
- Weekly Report on North Korea (December 8-December 14, 2006) ROK Ministry of Unification
- Analysis: Dim Hopes for Six-Party Progress cfr.org 14 Dec 2006 -- Ahead of the Six-Party Talks set to resume in Beijing next week, Christopher Hill, the State Department's point man on North Korea, said he hopes for "significant progress" in the first round
- Feats of Kim Il Sung in Establishing Tradition of Great Revolutionary Upswing Hailed KCNA 14 Dec 2006 -- Rodong Sinmun Wednesday dedicates an article to the anniversary of the publication of President Kim Il Sung's famous work "For a Great Revolutionary Upswing in Socialist Construction" on Dec. 13, Juche 45 (1956).
- U.S. Application of Double Standards to Human Rights Issue Blasted KCNA 14 Dec 2006 -- The United States should drop its unjustifiable policy of politicization, selectivity and application of double standards over the human rights issue, urges Rodong Sinmun Wednesday in a signed commentary
- Six-Party Process Entering New Phase, U.S. Envoy Says Washington File 13 Dec 2006 -- The Six-Party Talks process on North Korea's nuclear weapons program is entering a new phase, says the lead U.S. envoy for the talks.
- US Seeks Swift Progress at Korea Nuclear Talks VOA 13 Dec 2006 -- The lead U.S. delegate to the six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear program says he wants to see concrete progress before the end of the year
- UN Human Rights Specialist Calls on N. Korea to Give Full Story of Japanese Abductees VOA 13 Dec 2006 -- The United Nations' specialist on North Korean human rights is calling for Pyongyang to provide full details about the fate of Japanese abducted by North Korean agents
- U.S. Hostile Policy toward DPRK Bound to Go Bankrupt KCNA 13 Dec 2006 -- The U.S. had better draw a serious lesson from its failure in its hostile policy toward the DPRK this year and make a switchover in its policy, urges Rodong Sinmun Tuesday in a signed article
- Syrian Delegation Here KCNA 13 Dec 2006 -- A delegation of the Syrian Ministry of Interior headed by its Vice-Minister Ibrahim Faiz Mousli arrived here today.
- Aphorism on Great National Unity KCNA 13 Dec 2006 -- "Unity leads a nation to prosperity and split leads a nation to ruin".
- Rice Says World Expects Results From Korea Nuclear Talks VOA 13 Dec 2006 -- U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Tuesday she would not put a time limit on talks to end North Korea's nuclear program, but that the onus is on Pyongyang now to produce some results
- China Asks for Flexibility in Talks on N. Korean Nuclear Program VOA 12 Dec 2006 -- China says progress can be made at next week's six-party North Korean nuclear disarmament talks if the participants adopt a flexible and pragmatic attitude
- Japan's Attempt to Scuttle Six-Party Talks Blasted KCNA 12 Dec 2006 -- High-ranking officials of Japan including the chief executive vociferated that it "does not recognize north Korea's access to nukes" and "it can never allow north Korea to participate in the six-party talks with the status of a nuclear weapons state." This behavior is, in essence, little short of opposing the DPRK's participation in the above-said talks and nothing but an act of an imbecile unable to understand the trend of times as it lacks any elementary political view and judgment.
- Banner of "By Our Nation Itself" Should Be Held Higher: Rodong Sinmun KCNA 12 Dec 2006 -- The Koreans in the north and the south of Korea and abroad should turn out as one man in a struggle to resolutely foil the outsiders' attempt to launch a new war and their moves against Korea's reunification with concerted efforts of the nation, keeping a tight hold on the banner of "By our nation itself" as the lifeline in achieving the country's reunification and carving out the destiny of the nation, says Rodong Sinmun
- Korean Youth, Vibrant Militant Unit for Building Powerful Country KCNA 12 Dec 2006 -- The young people of the new generation in the DPRK will follow the path of Songun indicated by the headquarters of the revolution and manifest their dignity and honor as reliable successors to the revolution and young vanguard of Songun despite any adversity and no matter how much water may flow under the bridge, says Rodong Sinmun Monday in a signed article.
- Distinguished Services of Power Constructors KCNA 12 Dec 2006 -- The constructors of the Kumjingang Hungbong Youth Power Station are highly appreciated as models in the Songun era.
- Bush Administration Welcomes Resumption of Korean Nuclear Talks Washington File 11 Dec 2006 -- The Bush administration says it is "pleased" that the Six-Party Talks among North Korea, South Korea, China, Japan, Russia and the United States over North Korea's nuclear program are scheduled to resume December 18.
- US Seeks Concrete Progress in Korea Nuclear Talks VOA 11 Dec 2006 -- The United States said Monday it wants to see concrete progress in the next round of Chinese-sponsored six-party negotiations on North Korea's nuclear program opening December 18 in Beijing
- Rodong Sinmun Calls for Observing Revolutionary Principle KCNA 11 Dec 2006 -- It is the unbreakable revolutionary principle to strengthen a party of the working class organizationally and ideologically and reliably ensure its leadership over the revolution and construction, steadily enhance the function and role of the socialist power, preserve and develop the socialist ownership and staunchly struggle against imperialism.
- U.S. and S. Korean Warlike Forces' Anti-DPRK War Moves Blasted KCNA 11 Dec 2006 -- U.S. imperialists and the south Korean warlike forces were reported to have agreed to round off "CONPLAN 5029" the keynote of which is how to cope with "an emergency situation" by someone.
- Kim Jong Il inspects Command of KPA Unit 946 KCNA 11 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il inspected the Command of KPA Unit 946 honored with the title of O Jung Hup-led 7th regiment.
- Moscow expects concrete results at six-party talks on N. Korea RIA Novosti 11 Dec 2006 -- Russia welcomes the resumption of six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear program, scheduled to resume December 18, and hopes for concrete results, a diplomatic official said Monday.
- North Korea Nuclear Weapons Talks to Resume December 18 VOA 11 Dec 2006 -- Stalled talks on North Korea's nuclear weapons programs will resume this month
- North Korea Weekly (Dec. 4 - Dec. 10, 2006) ROK National Intelligence Service
- Reports: N. Korea Nuclear Talks to Resume Next Week VOA 09 Dec 2006 -- News reports indicate that planning is under way to re-start the long-stalled North Korean nuclear talks on December 16
- Bush's Malarkey Ridiculed KCNA 09 Dec 2006 -- U.S. President Bush at a recent radio address blustered that he would win in the fight with the enemies though he had been defeated in the mid-term election.
- Songun Brilliant Commander's Faith and Grit KCNA 09 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il is a peerlessly brilliant commander of Songun with faith and grit unswerving in any grim trials and adversities
- Kim Jong Il Inspects Sub-Unit of KPA Tank Division KCNA 09 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il inspected a sub-unit of the Guard Seoul Ryu Kyong Su 105 Tank Division of the KPA.
- China, South Korea Urged To Press North Korea on Human Rights Washington File 08 Dec 2006 -- China and South Korea should play a more active role in pressing North Korea to end human rights abuses, says the United States' special envoy on human rights in North Korea, Jay Lefkowitz.
- Holding High Banner of Songun Called for KCNA 08 Dec 2006 -- The banner of Songun held higher by Kim Jong Il, inheriting President Kim Il Sung's idea and tradition of Songun, has served as a great banner of independence and a treasured sword reflecting patriotism as it has put the dignity and pride of the Korean nation on the highest level.
- Kim Jong Il Inspects Battalion of KPA Unit KCNA 08 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il inspected a women's battalion of KPA Unit 3993. He learned about the battalion's performance of its duty before watching the training of servicepersons.
- Weekly Report on North Korea (December 1-December 7, 2006) ROK Ministry of Unification
- KCNA Slashes at Japan's Intention to Play Bad Role at Six-Party Talks KCNA 07 Dec 2006 -- The international community is sincerely expecting a successful resumption of the six-party talks after an agreement was made on the resumption of the talks.
- Kim Jong Il Inspects KPA Sub-Unit KCNA 07 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il inspected a sub-unit of KPA Unit 109 honored with the title of O Jung Hup-led 7th regiment.
- Deal needed for 6-nation talks resumption - source RIA Novosti 06 Dec 2006 -- Parties to the six-nation negotiations on North Korea's nuclear program cannot fix a date to resume talks for lack of an agreement on their possible outcome, a source in Moscow said Wednesday.
- Rodong Sinmun on Songun Politics KCNA 06 Dec 2006 -- The Songun politics of the Workers' Party of Korea is the most valuable lifeline that helps defend the independent dignity and interests of the nation and guarantee the road of pioneering its destiny.
- Kim Jong Il Inspects KPA Sub-Unit KCNA 06 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il inspected the Twice Three-Revolution Red Flag Hero Jo Yong Ho Sub-Unit of KPA Unit 1313 honored with the title of O Jung Hup-led 7th regiment.
- Land Management Projects Brisk in DPRK KCNA 05 Dec 2006 -- A signal success has been made in land management projects in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
- Kim Jong Il Provides Field Guidance to Co-op Farm KCNA 05 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il provided field guidance to a newly built village of the Migok Cooperative Farm in Sariwon City.
- Kim Jong Il Inspects Drill Ground of KPA Unit 132 KCNA 04 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il inspected the drill ground of KPA Unit 132.
- Rodong Sinmun Calls for Staunch Struggle against Imperialism KCNA 04 Dec 2006 -- To give up an anti-imperialist struggle means overlooking and tolerating the imperialists' moves for aggression and war, domination and subjugation and, furthermore, betraying the popular masses' cause of independence, It is necessary to steadily wage the anti-imperialist struggle as long as there remain the imperialists and their moves for domination persist.
- Rodong Sinmun on Anti-U.S., Anti-War Struggle KCNA 04 Dec 2006 -- The present worse situation urgently requires the Korean nation to wage a more dynamic struggle against the U.S. and war, Rodong Sinmun Sunday in a signed article says
- Rodong Sinmun on Single-minded Unity KCNA 04 Dec 2006 -- Single-minded unity is, indeed, the source of the indestructible spirit and strength of the country not yielding to any difficulties and an invincible weapon we should hold fast to forever in accomplishing the cause of socialism.
- Housing Construction in Ryanggang Province KCNA 04 Dec 2006 -- More than three thousand dwelling houses have been built in Ryanggang Province, the northern part of Korea. The houses are for those who were removed in connection with the construction of the Samsu Power Station and the Paektusan Songun Youth Power Station.
- North Korea Weekly (Nov. 27 - Dec. 3, 2006) ROK National Intelligence Service
- All Koreans Called upon to Achieve Great National Unity KCNA 02 Dec 2006 -- Only when the seventy million Koreans go united can they decisively foil the moves of the U.S. imperialists for aggression war against reunification and witness the beginning of a new history of peace and reunification on this land
- Spirit of Independence Asserted KCNA 02 Dec 2006 -- If any country gives up the anti-imperialist struggle, failing to see through the vulnerability of the imperialists and harboring an illusion about them, they can never be free from their domination, subjugation, exploitation and plunder.
- Kim Jong Il Gives Field Guidance to Construction Site of Ryesonggang Power Station KCNA 02 Dec 2006 -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il gave field guidance to the construction site of the Ryesonggang Power Station
- United States To Ban Exports of Luxury Goods to North Korea Washington File 01 Dec 2006 -- The United States soon will implement the portion of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1718 that bans the export of luxury goods to North Korea, according to Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez.
- More than 170 Cases of U.S. Aerial Espionage against DPRK in November KCNA 01 Dec 2006 -- The U.S. imperialist aggressor forces committed more than 170 cases of aerial espionage against the DPRK by mobilizing strategic and tactical reconnaissance planes with diverse missions in November, according to military sources.
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