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MSM: KIM JONG UN CLIMBS HIGHEST MOUNTAIN WITHOUT CLIMBING GEAR

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has scaled the country's highest mountain, state-run media said Sunday (Apr 19), arriving at the summit to tell troops that the hike provides mental energy more powerful than nuclear weapons. A photo of the leader of the isolated state showed a smiling and wind-swept Kim standing on a snow-covered mountaintop, the sun rising behind him.

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KIM JONG UN DISRUPTS LEE KUAN YEW FUNERAL BROADCAST IN HONGKONG

The sombre mood at a Hong Kong viewing of the live broadcast of Lee Kuan Yew's state funeral yesterday was momentarily broken by a Kim Jong-un impersonator and activist. Shouts of "crazy" and "get out" broke out from the crowd as security guards ushered the man away after he took the stage at Central Plaza and called Singapore's founding prime minister "the world's greatest dictator" and cried out, satirically, "long live one-party rule in Singapore".

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NORTH KOREAN SUPREME LEADER SENDS CONDOLENCES TO S'PORE OVER LKY'S PASSING

North Korea has sent their condolences to Singapore on Tuesday over the death of former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, reported news agency Yonhap. Premier Pak Pong-ju called him a "close friend" of the communist country, said (North) Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in a brief English report.

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100,000 NORTH KOREANS PROTEST IN PYONGYANG TO SHOW SUPPORT FOR THEIR DEAR LEADER AGAINST UNITED NATIONS

Some 100,000 North Koreans have staged a demonstration in Pyongyang against the UN resolution seeking to bring human rights violations in North Korea under the international justice system, media reported Wednesday.

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TREE-PLANTING DAY OBSERVED IN NORTH KOREA

On the Tree-Planting Day two years ago, Marshal Kim Jong Un gave instructions to turn the mountains and fields of the country into a fairyland of socialism with thick woodlands and greenery while planting together with service personnel with great care the trees he personally brought. Workers and members of the General Federation of Trade Unions of Korea, agricultural workers and members of the Union of Agricultural Workers of Korea, officials and members of the Democratic Women's Union of Korea and school youth and children met on Maran Hill and at the Mangyongdae Revolutionary Site, the arboretum of the Central Botanical Garden and the April 15 Children's Flower Garden on Sunday.

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KIM JONG UN'S BROTHER IS STAYING IN SINGAPORE?

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's elder half-brother, who disappeared from the radar since the execution of former eminence grise Jang Song-taek, has been spotted in Malaysia. The Yomiuri Shimbun on Tuesday quoted sources as saying Kim Jong-nam left his home in Singapore earlier this month and was spotted in a Korean restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. Until December of 2011, when his father, former leader Kim Jong-il was alive, Kim Jong-nam shuttled back and forth between Beijing and Macau, where his first and second wives lived. He also travelled to Thailand, Austria and Russia and stopped in Pyongyang once in a while.

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North Korea Lands First Ever Man On The Sun, Confirms Central News Agency

THE STATE News Agency of North Korea has confirmed today that the country has become the first in the world to ever land a man on the sun It reported that astronaut Hung Il Gong left for the sun on a specially designed rocket ship at approximately 3am this morning. While on the sun, Mr. Hung collected sun spot samples to bring back to his supreme leader as a present. The 18 hour mission is already being called the ‘greatest human achievement of our time’ by the North Korean central news agency.

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