Category: Korea

South Korea: No Unusual Activity From North Amid Kim Health Claims
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South Korea: No Unusual Activity From North Amid Kim Health Claims

Representatives from the government of South Korea have responded to claims that North Korean Chairman Kim Jong-un is in “grave condition”, with government sources stating they have not observed heightened levels of unusual activity occurring in the hermit kingdom. A spokesman for the South Korean president, Kang Min-seok said that “no unusual signs have been…

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North Korea Claims Test of ‘Super-Large Multiple Rocket Launchers’
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North Korea Claims Test of ‘Super-Large Multiple Rocket Launchers’

North Korea claimed to conduct a test of “super-large multiple rocket launchers” on Thursday afternoon, state news propaganda outlet KCNA announced on Friday. KNCA reported that North Korea’s Academy of Defence Science “succeeded in another test-fire of super-large multiple rocket launchers” as part of an effort to “verify the security of launchers’ continuous fire system.”…

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At 13,000 Locations, Korea’s Largest Convenience Store Chain Will Accept Crypto
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At 13,000 Locations, Korea’s Largest Convenience Store Chain Will Accept Crypto

CU, the largest convenience store chain in South Korea with over 13,000 locations, will soon accept crypto. According to local reports and the statement of Terra’s co-founder Do Kwon, CU will integrate a payment system called Chai, which enables consumers to utilize a Korean won-backed stablecoin called Terra to transact. The stablecoin CU plans to…

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North Korea Slams US, UN for ‘Nasty’ $2 Billion Bitcoin Theft Rumor
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North Korea Slams US, UN for ‘Nasty’ $2 Billion Bitcoin Theft Rumor

North Korea’s state press has hit back at a UN report accusing Kim Jong Un’s regime of stealing billions from banks and crypto exchanges to fund its nuclear program. | Source: ShutterstockBy CCN Markets: North Korea (DPRK) is sniffing out angry flames after getting accused of siphoning $2 billion from banks and bitcoin exchanges.The communist…

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