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North Korea Troubles

North Korea nuclear test on Monday will mean consequences for the communist nation. It's already under international sanctions because of a previous missile launch, a nuclear test and suspected human rights violations. U.N. Security Council resolution 1718 of October 2006 imposed arms and financial sanctions on North Korea after it conducted its first nuclear test three months after firing its longest-range Taepodong-2 ballistic missile. It also bans sale of luxury goods to the North.

Tags: technology , Pentagon , Nuclear Test , U.N. Security Council

Thursday - 05/28/2009, 05:33pm EDT

Message for North Korea

"I hope they don't make any stupid mistakes." Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said at Fort Drum in New York. He said the U.S. is watching Pyongyang very closely as the North Koreans develop longer-range missiles and nuclear weapons. He said tensions throughout the international community have been heightened in recent weeks as North Korea has test-fired several missiles and a nuclear weapon. The tests have come in defiance of global efforts to get Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear program.

Tags: technology , Pentagon , Secretary of Defense , Robert Gates , For Drum , Pyongyang , Nuclear weapon

Friday - 07/17/2009, 06:45pm EDT

New North Korean Regime Coming

Intelligence sources say Kim Cho'ng-un the third son of Kim Jong Il has been been picked as his successor. And as a result it's likely that Kim Cho'ng-nam, the eldest son will seek asylum in China. Intelligence sources in South Korea, say North Korea's secret police, took several aides to Kim Cho'ng-nam into custody in Pyongyang in early April and they haven't been seen since.

Tags: technology , Pentagon , Kim Cho"ng-nam , South Korea

Friday - 06/05/2009, 03:56pm EDT

North Korea becomes more aggressive

Tags: newsstand , State Department , Ian Kelly

Wednesday - 05/27/2009, 07:37pm EDT

American journalists freed from North Korea

Tags: newsstand , CNN , Brian Todd

Wednesday - 08/05/2009, 03:44pm EDT

Trouble Brewing

Tags: mngt , John Diamond , national security

Tuesday - 03/17/2009, 06:28pm EDT

N. Korea fires artillery at S. Korean island

The neighboring countries have land in dispute along their border. The White House has strongly condemned the attacks

Tags: Federal Drive , South Korea

Tuesday - 11/23/2010, 09:40am EST

N. Korea Ruled Out In 2009 Cyberattacks

U.S. officials have largely ruled out North Korea as the origin of a computer attack last July that took down U.S. and South Korean government websites.

But, authorities aren't much closer than they were a year ago to knowing exactly who did it, or why.

Early analysis of the fast-moving "denial of service" attacks pointed to North Korea since code used included Korean language.

Experts say agencies are better prepared today, but that many government and business sites remain vulnerable to similar attacks.

Tags: technology , Cybersecurity Report , cybersecurity , South Korea , Scott Carr

Friday - 07/09/2010, 10:47am EDT
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