North Korea’s state newspaper Rodong Sinmun and its Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) condemned the West’s “reptile media” on Monday for promoting capitalism, which the propaganda outlets described as “a corrupt society rushing headlong into its doom.”
State television broadcast an extensive 40-minute documentary-style feature on dictator Kim Jong-un’s meeting with “supreme leader” U.S. President Donald Trump two days after Kim returned to North Korea, announcing that Trump treated Kim with “respect and endless admiration.”
North Korea’s state newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, dedicated its front page and its first spread Wednesday to photos and analysis of Tuesday’s meeting between dictator Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump.
North Korea’s state newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, covered its Tuesday edition – published before the summit with U.S. President Donald Trump – with photos of dictator Kim Jong-un touring urban Singapore, showing North Korean citizens an inside look into the developed world they are banned from visiting.
North Korea’s state media outlets extensively covered dictator Kim Jong-un’s departure to Singapore on Sunday to meet President Donald Trump, calling the meeting “historic” and telling readers the two leaders will share “wide-ranging and profound views” on everything from denuclearization to ending the Korean War.
North Korea’s state media – the only means North Korean people have of learning about the outside world – mentioned the scheduled summit between President Donald Trump and dictator Kim Jong-un in a report Friday, one of the few confirmations North Koreans know the summit is happening.
North Korea’s state media has not ceased its barrage of antagonistic propaganda against the free world, publishing a column Tuesday declaring that all capitalist societies are “doomed to come to an end” a week before a scheduled summit between dictator Kim Jong-un and the leader of the capitalist world, President Donald Trump.
North Korea’s state newspaper Rodong Sinmun, on Wednesday, said joint military exercises between the United States and South Korea occurring while the U.S.and North Korea plan a summit are an “intolerable mockery” of the upcoming historic dialogue.
North Korea’s state newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, condemned the United States on Wednesday for its “sinister bad habit” of placing sanctions on rogue regimes to punish them for human rights violations, in this case against Venezuela for staging a fraudulent election and banning the opposition from running.
North Korea’s state newspaper Rodong Sinmun condemned the United States on Wednesday for using media to promote freedom of expression and thought, defending the communist regime of Cuba for using a United Nations platform to demand the end of radio and television broadcasts the regime cannot control.
North Korea’s state news service KCNA issued a vocal defense of its abysmal human rights record on Tuesday, alleging that “socialist Korea” presents “a good example in guaranteeing the genuine civilization and human rights” in contrast to the free societies of the West.
North Korea’s state news service, KCNA, issued a vocal defense of its abysmal human rights record on Tuesday, alleging that “socialist Korea” presents “a good example in guaranteeing the genuine civilization and human rights” in contrast to the free societies of the West.
Having significantly modified its tone on the nation’s illegal nuclear weapons program, North Korea’s state media outlets have turned their outrage towards American-style free societies, referring to democracy on Wednesday as the world’s “most reactionary and unpopular ruling system.”
According to South Korean news reports, North Korean propaganda has told its citizens that the summits are not grave discussions of denuclearization, but rather a triumphant Kim Jong-un’s formal welcome into the global nuclear power club.
Rodong Sinmun, the state newspaper of North Korea, condemned the United States as the “worst human rights abuser” in the world in an editorial Wednesday protesting the State Department’s recent report on the status of human rights around the world.
With a historic summit between North and South Korean leaders just days away, and a meeting between dictator Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump penciled in for next month, North Korea’s state-run Rodong Sinmun newspaper published a fiery editorial on Sunday declaring that Communist purity will be firmly maintained against America’s “cultural poisoning.”
North Korea’s state media outlets, which have remained largely silent on talks for an in-person meeting between communist dictator Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump, did not disclose on Wednesday the news that CIA Director Mike Pompeo met Kim personally in Pyongyang.
After a respite following the announcement that President Donald Trump had accepted an invitation to meet with dictator Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s state media have returned with gusto to their usual invective against the United States, railing in columns published Tuesday against the “world [sic] biggest arms seller.”
International observers have found no evidence at press time that North Korea has alerted its citizens to an agreed-upon summit between dictator Kim Jong-un and President Donald Trump. North Korean media published their typical screeds on Friday morning condemning the “wicked” United States.
North Korea’s state media outlets do not appear to have softened their tone towards the United States despite reports Tuesday that dictator Kim Jong-un would be open to discussing denuclearization with the Trump administration.
North Korea’s state media – run by head of Propaganda and Agitation at the Korean Workers’ Party, Kim Yo-jong – took a rare stab at the Chinese government for allegedly “seriously spoiling the atmosphere” of a meeting between North and South Korean officials.
North Korea’s state newpaper, Rodong Sinmun, published a piece accusing U.S. President Donald Trump of “noisily crying out for military counteraction” against Pyongyang a day after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson invited North Korean diplomats to a talk without preconditions.
North Korea’s state newspaper Rodong Sinmun has published the results of an alleged white paper by a government agency that found that President Donald Trump was “hell-bent on inflicting a nuclear holocaust” and claiming that he is referred to in America as “Hitler in the 21st century.”
Video of a celebration concert following North Korea’s latest missile launch, believed to have been a test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), reportedly shows never-before-seen archival footage of the history of communist nation’s missile program.
North Korean propaganda outlets took a victory lap on Wednesday following the allegedly successful launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), claiming that dictator Kim Jong-un personally “meticulously guided the scientists and technicians in their busy preparations for the test-launch.”
North Korea’s latest editorial broadside against the United States, delivered by state-run newspaper Rodong Sinmun, accuses President Donald Trump of seeking to start a war with the communist regime to distract from political problems at home.
North Korea is a bottomless fountain of apocalyptic threats against the U.S. and its allies, but on Wednesday, its state-run media lashed out against China with unprecedented fury, accusing the Chinese of “dancing to the tune of the U.S.” with “absurd and reckless remarks” about Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program.
North Korea has begun its media victory lap over its alleged hydrogen bomb detonation last week, publishing an avalanche of exultant editorials praising dictator Kim Jong-un and publishing a photo of Kim with the nation’s leading nuclear scientists.
A group of North Korean diplomats nearly prevented the conclusion of a United Nations panel on human rights in the rogue nation Thursday, as one man refused to stop talking over dissidents giving witness to the horrors of the Kim Jong-Un regime until security was called to remove him.